Hot Water is an essential part of your daily routine, from showering to cooking, we rely on our water heaters to function correctly day and night. When your hot water starts to run cold or your water heater tank is leaking or just needs to be replaced, call Legacy Plumbing. Our expert water heater technicians and friendly staff are here to help you.
Legacy Plumbing will send a friendly, clean and knowledgeable plumber to your home to repair or replace your residential gas and electric water heater. We always offer prompt, affordable, dependable, expert service you and your family can count on.
There are several indicators when your water heater needs to be replaced. Taking a few minutes to analyze your water heater performance can help you determine if it is time for a replacement. Being proactive now can help eliminate inconvenience or unforeseen damage if your tank should suddenly go out.
Legacy Plumbing is a Rheem Authorized Professional Contractor, which means we only install Rheem electric and gas water heaters because they meet our high standards for safety, reliability, and efficiency.
The Rheem water heaters we offer are made with high-end materials and are more reliable than retail store offerings. Additionally, they are constructed for longer tank life, high performance and lower operating cost.
Rheem’s water heater line is compliant with many electric utility incentive programs. And if you choose a hybrid series electric water heater, you can expect even more savings — including a federal tax credit, nationwide rebates, and up to $480 per year in energy cost savings.
The Legacy team can analyze how much you can save by upgrading to a more efficient electric or gas water heater. We are always primarily concerned with what works best for you and your situation during the hot water heater installation process.
Legacy offers an extended warranty on this product, making it a 12-year tank-and-part warranty with an upgraded 6-year Legacy-provided labor warranty. With the extended warranty we install an added high-quality magnesium anode rod that will lengthen the life expectancy of your water heater.
- 8-year Rheem tank and parts warranty
- 4-year labor warranty through Legacy Plumbing
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Our specialty trained knowledgeable Advocates can give you accurate replacement pricing fast and easy over the phone!
Legacy Automatic Advantage
When we install your new Rheem water heater, we will upgrade your water heater installation with:
New Stainless Steel Water Supply Lines
New Quarter Turn Water Shut Off Ball Valve
PLUS: We pull a permit and check the specific code requirements of the city you are located in to make sure everything is done up to code and passes inspection the first time. We dispose of the old, damaged heater at no extra cost.
What if I don’t need a new tank?
Age and lack of hot water are not always indicators of needing replacement. You may just need
a repair. We want to provide you with an honest diagnosis and course of action for your water
heater that fits your budget and needs. We will NEVER sell you anything you do not need.
- Age. A gas water heater is expected to last 10-12 years, while an electric model tends to last 10-15 years. If your heater is getting close to its life expectancy, especially if located indoors, or an attic, it may be prudent to change it before it goes out or starts leaking.
- Water. Do you get tinted water when you open up the hot water tap? Rust colored hot water is an indication of a bad tank.
- Temperature. If your hot water is not as hot or if you run out of hot water under normal conditions, it may be time for a new water heater.
- Moisture. Moisture around the base may signal a slow leak.
- Cold Water. An ice cold shower first thing in the morning is a pretty good sign that something is wrong!
- Puddles. A flood in the area around the water heater is a sure sign that you need a new one.
The last two are obvious, but the truth is that most people wait until they DO jump into that icy shower at 6 am to decide that it’s time to consult with a plumber. If you are unsure of the condition of your water heater, contact Legacy Water Heaters for more information.
We are professional licensed plumbers who can work with you to create a safe and affordable solution for your family.
Is your family running out of hot water? It is typical for the average four-person household in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to use around 2,000 gallons of hot water every month. If you are running out of hot water, we can help! Legacy Plumbing may be able to make repairs to your existing water heater or replace it with a new one.
We are located in Frisco and proudly serve the cities of North Dallas, Collin and Denton Counties and provide same-day service in most cases. When you contact Legacy Plumbing, you can know that you will receive quality, clean, professional care and installation.