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Water Heater Repair & Replacement in Macon and Warner Robins, GA

At We Care, we frequently handle water heater repair and replacement in the Macon and Warner Robins areas. It’s hard when your water heater stops working. You may be trying to adjust yourself to cold showers for the time during which your water heater is on the fritz. Don’t worry! You won’t be without hot water for long with the team at We Care on your side. We’ve received an A+ rating from the BBB, which shows how much dedication, pride, and work we put into our services. Our primary goals are customer satisfaction and quality, lasting work available at reasonable prices. So, give us a call at (478) 200-9166 next time you need water heater repair or replacement in Central Georgia, and we will do our best to deliver the best possible service.

FAQs About Water Heaters

Our customers regularly ask us the following questions about water heater repair and replacement in Macon, Warner Robins, and the surrounding areas, so we’ve aggregated our answers here.

How do I know if my water heater needs repairs?

A water heater has certain telltale signs when it needs repairs. Look for the following to determine whether or not it’s time to call a plumber:

How often should I replace my water heater?

A water heater usually lasts 10 to 12 years. Some newer, more expensive types of heaters, like gas-powered tankless water heaters, may have lifespans around 15 to 20 years. However, some water heaters may begin to deteriorate within eight years of purchase, and if you find yourself constantly needing water heater repairs in Macon or Warner Robins, GA, it’s likely time to replace that heater.

What should I think about when getting a water heater replacement?

There are a few primary considerations when determining what type of new water heater to get. While water heaters aren’t the longest lasting appliance, they do have a major impact on your quality of life, so it is important to choose well when making this purchase. Think about the following when getting a water heater replacement in Macon or Warner Robins, GA:


Water heaters come in several different varieties. The most popular for homes are traditional tank water heaters, which hold a set amount of heated water in a tank at all times. However, there is an up-and-coming type of water heater called a tankless water heater, which heats water on the spot.


Water heaters may be powered by natural gas, oil, electricity, or even solar. You can choose your water heater based on which type of fuel source makes sense for your home and lifestyle.


A water heater with a tank can take up space in your home. If you have a designated space for it – in your basement, garage, a closet, etc. – then this may not be a problem. But if you don’t, you may want to consider space efficient options, including smaller tanks or tankless water heaters.


When you are going through a water heater replacement in Macon or Warner Robins, GA, it is a good time to reevaluate your current water heater capacity. Do you have enough hot water for your household? Or do you need an upgrade and a tank with more capacity? A small tank is usually 50 to 60 gallons and can support up to three people, but if you find you’re running out of hot water by the time that third person showers, an 80 gallon tank may better support your home.


Budget will of course play a factor in your choice. Consider the following: would you rather pay a lower price upfront? Or potentially pay more in the long run? Cheaper water heaters will likely have a shorter lifespan and may require more repairs over time.

Next time you need water heater repair or replacement in Macon, Warner Robins, or elsewhere in Central Georgia, give We Care a call at (478) 200-9166! We promise reliable service at an affordable price for all of our customers.

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