For fast, reliable service of your hot water heater in Spokane, Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls, call the home energy specialists at Glenrose Plumbing Service. Our in-house technicians can repair all major water heater brands or install a new, energy-efficient water heating system.
Our commitment to providing homeowners with the best quality, price and service for Spokane water heater repair or replacement includes:
- 24-hour emergency water heater service: (509) 487-3010
- Spokane water heater repair and replacement
- Price-match guarantee
- Quotes over the phone before we come out, with a full explanation of costs (no surprises!)
- 100%-satisfaction guarantee—We stand behind our work!
Spokane Water Heater Repair
If your water heater breaks down or is leaking, you need service fast. Our service technicians travel throughout Spokane and northern Idaho to provide expert service on your tank or tankless water heater. Repairs and maintenance can be done on-the-spot and we are often able to get a new tank installed the same day, if needed. We service all makes and models of gas- and electric-tank water heaters, as well as most boilers, including these popular brands:
Rheem, Bradford White, GE, A.O. Smith, Whirlpool, Rinnai, Navien, Eternal, Noritz, Ruud, State Industries, Kenmore, Richmond, Polaris, Apollo, Bosch, Paloma, Takagi
Spokane Water Heater Replacement
Our plumbing and water heater team has been helping Spokane homeowners select new, energy-efficient water heating systems since 1957. We work with you to evaluate your hot water needs and help you determine the best solution for your comfort and budget. We carry the highest quality water heaters, including Rheem standard tank water heaters, tankless water heaters, heat-pump water heaters and commercial tanks, plus tankless water heaters by Rinnai, Rheem and Navien.
We have gas, electric and propane tanks in all sizes with high-efficiency and fast-recovery rates. While the majority of Seattle homes have 40- to 50-gallon tanks, those with large soaking tubs, whirlpool baths or large families will want the capacity of a 66- or 80-gallon tank. Tankless water heaters are becoming more popular in many of Spokane’s older homes, where space is at a premium. The new tankless water heaters are about the size of a carry-on suitcase and will provide an endless supply of hot water.