How long will a water heater last?
The lifespan of a water heater depends on several factors, including the type and quality of the unit, the level of usage, and the level of maintenance provided. Generally, traditional tank-style water heaters can last between 8-12 years, while tankless water heaters can last up to 20 years. Regular maintenance can help extend the lifespan of a water heater.
Can I speak to Jessica? I just spoke to her about an electrical problem that we have. I just spoke to our tenant to turn on and off the breaker, but it is still flickering. Is there a service charge for someone to check the house?
For our technician to come out, we have an estimation fee that gets waived if you proceed with the job. So you'll only be paying for the total cost of the service. The soonest schedule we have is tomorrow, anytime.
I have a call from your company. Kevin was supposed to call me so I could register and get a schedule.
Okay, we'll transfer the call to Kevin. Give him a few minutes, and he will call you.
What If My Appliance Is No Longer Under Warranty?
We provide the same level of quality service for all makes and models of appliances, whether they are under warranty or have outlasted their warranty.
What is the standard shower pipe size?
The average showerhead in the United States is 1/2 inch thread size, so you won't have to fret about whether it will fit.
What is the cost of an air purification system?
Residential and Commercial products are installed by licensed contractors. Pricing is set by the contractor and is determined by the type of product and the difficulty of the installation.
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