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When you are installing or replacing a water heater, one of your first decisions involves how you will heat the water—with gas or electricity. Electric water heaters offer some specific advantages—they are relatively easy to install, and they don’t pose some of the safety risks associated with gas. An electric water heater can be placed almost anywhere in your home or building, instead of near a central gas line. You don’t have to worry about pilot lights, igniters, or gas leaks, either. But the job must be done right. You want a licensed and insured plumbing contractor to complete the job. Public Service Plumbers can help.

At Public Service Plumbers, we have extensive experience handling the installation, servicing and repair of electric water heaters. We’ve provided high-level plumbing services to homeowners and businesses in the DFW- Metroplex for more than 55 years. Our plumbing techs are highly skilled and experienced—all have at least 10 years of experience. We’ll look at more than just your water heater—we’ll evaluate all your plumbing needs. No task is too big or too small.

Electric water heaters use a system of electrical resistance coils, a thermostat, dip tubes and an inner tank with insulation surrounding it. When a tap is turned on, cold water enters the tank through a dip tube. The change in temperature causes a system of thermostats and coils to replace cold water with hot water from the top of the tank to its bottom. After a tap is turned off, an electric water heater will continue to heat water until internal thermostats switch the current off.

Rheem Electric Water Heaters

Rheem has been manufacturing high quality water heaters since the 1930s. While each Rheem electric water heater is different, every Rheem electric water heater offer the following design features:

  • Polyurethane Enviro-Foam insulation (Rheem MR50245 Marathon)
  • High energy efficiency factors
  • A polybutylene tank with a layered fiberglass exterior
  • Design features to prevent dry-firing
  • Smaller water heater designs (Rheem 81VP2S)
  • Point-of-use models that can easily fit almost anywhere
  • Use of patented R-Foam insulation for increased heat conservation
  • Automatic thermostat that allows you to set water temperature at desired level

Rheem offers more than nine series of electric water heaters to choose from — everything from large, industrial electrical heaters to tankless, point-of-use and table-top water heaters. Regardless of whether you’re a homeowner interested in purchasing a new water heater or a contractor installing water heaters on a project, Public Service Plumbers has the knowledge and resources needed to help you make the right decision.

To learn more about the benefits of an electric water heater, or to discuss pricing or get an estimate, call Public Service Plumbers at 214-363-4477. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to your call. We respond to all warranty and service issues within 48 hours. You’ll receive a one year warranty on all parts and labor.

We sell, service, install, repair and replace electric water heaters throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen, Coppell, Garland, Mesquite, Addison, Kessler Park, Farmers Branch, Grapevine, Southlake, Flower Mound and Lewisville.

Public Service Plumbers is licensed to install and repair a wide variety of products from different manufacturers, including:

Rheem TankED Water Heaters at Public Service Plumbers

Conventional Water Heaters

Rheem | Ruud | A/O Smith | Bradford White | State | Lochinvar | G.E. | Whirlpool | P.V.I.

Tankless Water Heaters

Rheem | Rinnai | Takagi | Navien

Boilers

Rheem | Laars | Hamilton | Lochinvar | Raypac | P.V.I.

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