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Plumber John's Services And Repairs,             Re-modelling And Re-pipes

Plumber John's Services And Repairs, Re-modelling And Re-pipes

4.7 (28)
We Improve peoples lives! Services and repairs since 1981 Licensed * Bonded * Insured Installations and Repairs: Water Heaters, sinks and disposals, faucets, bathroom, kitchen & laundry tub sinks.  Specially priced Repipes, Remodels and Water Heaters We also clear drain line stoppages, & give tips on preventive measures. **On call 24/7. No extra charges for weekends and most holidays Absolute quality & craftmanship = satisfaction garanteed, Plumber John trusted throughout the communities. We care about our customers, enquire about our senior citizens and veteran discounts Your in great hands with, Plumber John license #10114 ... View Profile
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Oregon Plumbing LLC

Oregon Plumbing LLC

5.0 (8)
We have many years of Plumbing experience in the Residential and commercial space. We provide quality craftsmanship and make sure everything is safe and secure with your plumbing system. From leaky faucets to remodels we do it all . 
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Nash Plumbing

Nash Plumbing

5.0 (5)
I am the owner of this plumbing business and also the plumber doing the work since I am a sole propietorship.  I have very good reviews from customers saying I am efficient, honest and do good work.  
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Loyalty Drains And Sewers L.L.C.

Loyalty Drains And Sewers L.L.C.

4.8 (4)
Hi, My name is James; I have 15 years experience in plumbing.  My work stands out from other people work because i do 100% on every job.  I also keep the customer in the loop every step of the way.   So there will be no surprise at the end.   You also know the price up front there are no hidden cost ever.  We also give free estimates on every job that we go out to.  So you will always know the price up front.  ... View Profile
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Simpson Plumbing, LLC

Simpson Plumbing, LLC

Simpson Plumbing brings the experience and know-how you deserve. Our plumbing experts have served the greater Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA areas since 1981, We are here to help you with all your plumbing needs.  Experience superior customer service combined with professional installation and low pricing that will leave you stress-free and smiling. Contact us to set up an appointment today and see why thousands of happy customers continually refer and return to us. ... View Profile
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Meticulous Plumbing

Meticulous Plumbing

At Meticulous Plumbing, we provide the highest quality service and up-front pricing, so you know exactly what you’re getting: excellence. We offer the following General Plumbing services, to keep your home or office up-to-date and running smoothly: We have over 30 years of experience working with plumbing crises, large and small, on both residential and commercial properties. 
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All Pro Plumbing Services LLC

All Pro Plumbing Services LLC

All Pro Plumbing Services LLC has over 20 years of plumbing industry experience. As a local plumber in the Portland OR area, our main focus is customer service. We offer expert advice and have the knowledge to fix any and all plumbing issues that may arise in your home. Such as drain cleaning, leak repair, water heater installation and repairs, sewer inspections, and more. We diagnose every job quickly, accurately, and always provide the best service possible.  ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does water heater replacement cost?

Water heater replacement costs $600 to $1,800. Tankless water heater installation costs $800 to $3,500. A new water heater costs $300 to $2,000 for the unit, plus $200 to $1,000 for the installation labor.


How long do hot water heaters last?

Tank hot water heaters last 8 to 15 years on average. Tankless water heaters last 10 to 20 years on average.


How do I know if I need a new water heater?

Signs a water heater is going out:

  • Rusty, discolored, or metallic-tasting water
  • Loud clanging, knocking, gurgling, or whining noises
  • Hot water that runs out quickly
  • Low water pressure
  • Foul odor coming from hot water
  • Low or irregular water temperature, or no hot water at all
  • Leaks at the base of the tank or around the pipes at the top of the tank

Do you need a permit to install or replace a water heater?

Most cities require a permit to install a water heater. A water heater permit costs $25 to $250 on average. Most plumbers pull the permit and include permit fees in their estimate.


Can I install a water heater myself?

Manufacturer warranties and local building codes may require a water heater permit and installation by a licensed plumber. Installing a water heater yourself is possible but requires plumbing and electrical experience.


How long does it take to install a water heater?

Installing a tank water heater takes 2 to 6 hours, depending on accessibility. Tankless water heater installation takes 3 to 10 hours for a new install or 2 to 4 hours to replace an existing tankless unit. Replacing a water heater in an attic, closet, or other tight space increases the labor time.


Who installs water heaters?

Licensed plumbers install tank and tankless water heaters, including gas, electric, and hybrid heat pump systems. Home Depot and Lowe's also offer water heater installation through their network of licensed plumbers.


Is a gas water heater better than an electric?

Gas water heaters cost $100 to $700 more than electric up front, but cost $220 less per year to operate. Electric water heaters are cheaper to replace than gas and last 2 to 3 years longer, but cost more to operate.


How to find water heater replacement companies near me?

Finding reputable contractors requires planning, researching, and asking questions. To hire the best:

  • Get at least three estimates from plumbers to compare.
  • Look for plumbers with experience installing tank or tankless water heaters.
  • Select companies that are licensed, insured, and bonded.
  • Check out their reviews and previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Make sure the quote includes removal of the old water heater.
  • Ask about their guarantees.
  • Get an itemized estimate, contract, and warranty in writing before the work begins.
  • Avoid making payments upfront. Pay after installation is completed.

What questions should I ask local hot water heater installers?

When looking to hire a gas water heater installer near you, ask them the following questions:

  • Do you recommend a tank or tankless water heater for my needs, and why?
  • What size water heater do I need for my home?
  • Which type of water heater do you have the most experience installing?
  • Would a gas, propane, or electric water heater be best for my home, and why?
  • Would my home benefit from a hybrid heat pump water heater, and why?
  • Which water heater brands do you offer, and why do you recommend those brands?
  • Are there any manufacturer rebates available?
  • Does your estimate include removing and disposing of the old water heater?
  • What additional costs should I expect?
  • What permits do I need, and will you obtain them?
  • How long will the installation take?
  • How long is the warranty, and what does it cover?
  • How long will the water heater last, and what can I do to make it last longer?
  • What kind of maintenance will my new water heater require?
  • What payment methods do you accept?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?