Electric Water Heaters

Franklin Electric Water Heaters

Picture this: you’re in the middle of a relaxing shower when suddenly, the water turns ice-cold. Or maybe you’re washing dishes and notice that the hot water isn’t cutting through the grease like it used to. When you’re faced with water heater woes, it’s essential to have a reliable team of professionals on your side to get your hot water flowing again.

At The Hot Water Heater Pros, we offer comprehensive electric water heater installation and repair services to keep your hot water running smoothly. Our skilled technicians have the expertise to diagnose and fix any issue, from a faulty heating element to a leaking tank.

We use only top-quality parts and equipment, and our team stays up to date with the latest industry techniques and best practices. Plus, we offer up-front pricing and honest advice, so you can make informed decisions about your water heater.

Call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online to get a free estimate on our electric water heater installation and repair services in Franklin, Nashville, and throughout Williamson County.

Your One-Stop Shop for Electric Water Heater Installation & Repair

We offer a full range of electric water heater services to keep your home’s hot water supply reliable and efficient. 

Our licensed technicians can handle any task, including:

  • Installation: If you need a new electric water heater, we’ll help you choose the perfect model for your home’s needs and budget. We’ll handle the entire installation process, ensuring that your new unit is properly sized, connected, and functioning optimally.
  • Repair: We’ll diagnose the issue and provide effective solutions to get your hot water back up and running quickly.
  • Maintenance: Our team can flush your tank, check for leaks, inspect electrical connections, and more to keep your unit in top shape.

Signs Your Electric Water Heater Needs Our Professional Attention

Ignoring these warning signs can lead to more serious problems down the road, potentially leaving you without hot water or causing damage to your home. 

Watch out for these common signs that your unit needs repair:

  • Insufficient hot water: If you’re running out of hot water more quickly than usual, it could be a sign that your heating elements are failing.
  • Strange noises: Popping, hissing, or rumbling sounds coming from your water heater could indicate sediment buildup or other issues.
  • Leaks: Water pooling around your unit is a serious concern requiring a professional’s immediate attention.
  • Discolored or smelly water: If your hot water has an unusual odor or tint, it could be a sign of corrosion or bacterial growth in your tank.
  • Age: The average lifespan of an electric water heater is around 10-15 years. If your unit is approaching or has surpassed this age, it may be time to consider a replacement to avoid potential failures and improve energy efficiency.
  • Inconsistent water temperature: If you’re experiencing fluctuations in water temperature, it could be a sign of a malfunctioning thermostat or a failing heating element.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you notice any of these signs.

Benefits of Electric Water Heaters

When it comes to choosing a water heater for your home, electric models offer a range of benefits that make them an attractive option for many homeowners. 

Electric water heaters offer several advantages for homeowners, including:

  • Energy efficiency: Modern electric water heaters are designed to be highly efficient, helping you save on energy costs.
  • Safety: Electric water heaters are generally considered safer than their gas-powered counterparts because they don’t use gas or combustion.
  • Versatility: Electric water heaters come in a wide range of sizes and styles, making it easy to find the perfect fit for your home.
  • Easy installation: In most cases, electric water heaters are simpler to install than gas models, which can save you time and money on installation costs.
  • Low maintenance: Electric water heaters generally require less maintenance than gas models, as they don’t have pilot lights or burners that need to be cleaned and adjusted regularly. This can save you time and money on upkeep over the life of your unit.
  • Quiet operation: Because they don’t rely on combustion, electric water heaters tend to operate more quietly than gas models.
  • Longer lifespan: With proper maintenance and care, electric water heaters can last for many years, providing a reliable source of hot water for your home. Many models come with extended warranties, giving you added peace of mind and protection for your investment.

Your electric water heater is a crucial component of your home’s comfort and convenience. When issues arise, you need a team of trusted professionals on your side to get things back to normal quickly. Our team provides complete electric water heater services in Franklin, from installations and repairs to routine maintenance.

For reliable and efficient electric water heater solutions Call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online today.

Why Choose Us?

We Eliminate the Stress of Replacing Your Water Heater by Making Your Experience Fast, Friendly, and Comfortable.
  • Upfront Pricing
    We pride ourselves with our transparency and upfront pricing! Take the guesswork out of your decision-making and experience clarity like never before.
  • Offering 100% Free Quotes
    Get started on your path to reliable hot water today! Call now to discover the best solution for your needs with our free initial quote.
  • We Guarantee 100% Satisfaction
    Experience unparalleled customer service and peace of mind knowing that we're here to ensure your complete satisfaction every step of the way.
  • Local Expertise
    Located in Middle Tennessee, our team brings a wealth of local area expertise, providing you with the best water heater solutions for your situation.

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Common Answers To Your Questions
  • How Do I Set an Appointment?
    We let you select your water heater with upfront pricing and then pick the time you want us to install it. Just click HERE and you’ll be directed to our online scheduling page. Schedule your appointment in less than 5 minutes. Or, you can call OR text us at (615) 767-0541.
  • What Does an Installation Include?
    • Delivery of the new hot water heater.
    • Installation of new unit
    • Fill & test
    • Removal & Disposal of old unit
    • A spotless clean-up
    • Instructions on using your new unit
  • What Kind of Water Heater Do I Have? Gas or Electric?

    There are a couple things to look for to know what kind of hot water heater you currently have.

    Gas – Is there a black or a flexible yellow or silver pipe going into the bottom of your hot water heater? If so you have a gas water heater. If there is a large PVC or Metal vent pipe coming from the top of your water heater you likely have a gas water heater. This vent pipe is used to force the exhaust created by the gas out of your home.

    Electric – Electric heaters do not need the vent pipe from the top because there is no exhaust. If there is a large electrical wire (could look similar to an extension cord or small grey garden hose) going into the top of your heater this indicates you have an electric water heater.

  • Do I Have an Atmospheric Vent, Direct Vent or Power Vent Gas Water Heater?

    For gas tank style heaters there are three common ways to vent the exhaust from your water heater.

    Atmospheric Venting is the the most common venting system. You'll know it is atmospheric if the vent pipe goes through the ceiling and the vent pipe has a little space between the top of the water heater and the venting.

    Direct Venting is commonly used to vent directly outside the space the the water heater is in and connects directly to your water heater with no space in between the top of the heater and the vent pipe. So the vent does a 90 degree turn directly outside the wall. If you have a direct vent water heater currently typically you have to replace with the same water heater. Below is an image of a direct vent model:

    Power venting is common when you have to vent the exhaust a long horizontal distance. Power vents have a motor attached to assist the exhaust.

  • How Do I Know How Many Gallons My Hot Water Heater Holds?
    Located on the side of your water heater is a label that will list capacity. Don’t confuse this with the energy rating label. Most common sizes are 40-50. Text us a picture of the label and we’ll help you identify your heater.
  • Do I Need an Expansion Tank?

    We recommend you have one installed if you do not currently have one. Expansion tanks protect much of your plumbing system, like dishwasher valves and toilet valves. That’s why we charge so little for the installation.

    Current building codes for new construction for the Nashville area requires an expansion tank be installed. Additionally, the manufacturers for the water heaters we install highly recommend expansion tanks if your home does not have one. Water expands when heated, and the water must have a place to go, or thermal expansion will cause an increase in pressure in your water lines. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 requires a back-flow preventer and check valves to restrict water flow back into public water systems. Now, virtually all plumbing systems are 'closed,' and the thermal expansion tank allows excess pressure to be safely absorbed.

    A two-gallon expansion tank is suitable for a water heater up to 50 gallons and a five-gallon expansion tank is best for anything larger.