Gas Water Heaters

Gas Water Heaters in Franklin

From unexpected cold showers to strange noises coming from your unit, gas water heater issues can disrupt your daily routine and leave you feeling stressed. That’s where The Hot Water Heater Pros come in.

Our skilled technicians have the knowledge and tools necessary to diagnose and fix any issue with your gas water heater, whether it’s a simple repair or a full replacement. We offer prompt, friendly, and affordable service, and we’re always here to answer any questions you may have about your unit. 

If you are experiencing issues with your gas water heater in Franklin, call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online today. We also serve customers in Nashville and throughout Williamson County.

Same-Day Gas Water Heater Repair & Installation Service

When your gas water heater isn’t working, you need help fast. That’s why we offer same-day repair and installation services to get your hot water back up and running as quickly as possible. Our technicians arrive on time, fully equipped to handle any issue with your gas water heater, and we’ll work efficiently to minimize disruption to your daily routine.

When Should You Repair or Replace Your Gas Water Heaters

Knowing when to repair or replace your gas water heater can be tricky. 

Here are some signs that it may be time to call in the professionals:

  • Age: If your water heater is more than 10-12 years old, it may be nearing the end of its life and could start having problems.
  • Frequent repairs: If you find yourself calling for repairs often, it might be more cost-effective to replace the unit than to continue to fix it.
  • Leaks: Any leaks from the tank or gas line are serious and require immediate attention from a licensed technician.
  • Inconsistent hot water: If you’re not getting enough hot water or the temperature fluctuates, there could be an issue with the heating elements or thermostat.
  • Higher energy bills: A sudden increase in your gas bills could mean your water heater is losing efficiency and working harder than it should.
  • Unusual noises: Popping, banging, or rumbling sounds coming from your water heater are signs of sediment buildup or other problems.
  • Rusty or discolored water: If your hot water looks rusty or has a strange color, it could indicate corrosion inside the tank, which may lead to leaks.
  • Inadequate hot water: If your water heater isn’t producing enough hot water for your household’s needs, it might be time for a larger or more efficient model.
  • Pilot light issues: If the pilot light keeps going out or won’t stay lit, there could be a problem with the thermocouple or gas valve.

If you’re unsure whether your gas water heater needs repair or replacement, our pros can assess your unit and provide honest, straightforward advice to help you make an informed decision.

Benefits of Gas Water Heaters

As a homeowner, you want a water heater that meets your household’s hot water needs and provides reliable, efficient, and cost-effective performance. Gas water heaters have become increasingly popular due to their numerous advantages over electric models. At The Hot Water Heater Pros, we understand the importance of having a dependable gas water heater in your home, and we’re here to help you make an informed decision when it comes to selecting, installing, and maintaining your unit.

Gas water heaters provide many advantages for homeowners, such as:

  • Quick heating: Gas heaters heat water faster than electric ones, so you’ll have a steady hot water supply.
  • Energy savings: Newer gas water heaters are very efficient, which can help lower your energy bills.
  • Lower costs: Natural gas is often cheaper than electricity, so running a gas water heater may cost less.
  • Long lifespan: With regular maintenance, gas water heaters can work well for many years and give you plenty of hot water.
  • Reliable performance: Gas water heaters are known for being dependable and consistent in providing hot water.
  • Faster recovery times: Gas heaters can reheat water more quickly after the tank is emptied, so you’ll have hot water again sooner.
  • Works during power outages: Even if the electricity goes out, your gas water heater will still work and provide hot water.
  • Easier temperature adjustment: Gas water heaters allow you to fine-tune the water temperature more easily than electric models.

When you need a reliable supply of hot water for your home, a gas water heater is an excellent choice. We have the expertise and experience to help you select, install, and maintain the perfect gas water heater for your needs. 

To know more about our Franklin gas water heater services or for repair, call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online. We look forward to serving you.

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.
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    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.