Tag: water heater install

Hellgate Plumbing is a Water Heater Expert!

Hellgate Plumbing is ready for the fall season, which means we are ready for you to call us for all of your hot water heater needs!

The average tank hot water heater life span is around 12 years old. If you believe your water heater has reached the end of its life, call us today to replace your old water heater with a new Bradford White, Rheem, or A.O Smith water heater. As a Bradford White dealer and Rheem dealer, our technicians will know the answers to all of your questions about these units, and they will know what unit will work best for your home!

Hellgate Plumbing can also repair water heaters, from pilot lights to water heater elements and gas valves.

Call us today if you have a water heater that needs to be fixed or replaced!

Hellgate Plumbing can repair and install A.O. Smith water heaters! Hellgate Plumbing can repair and install Rheem water heaters!

Fall Season is Upon Us!

Yes, unfortunately the summer season will slowly start to go away and fall season will be approaching.

This can be the busiest time of the year for all plumbers in the area. Before our schedules get too full, call Hellgate Plumbing and Heating today if you have any of the following things you would like replaced:

  • Water heaters
  • Furnaces
  • Boilers
  • Tankless Water Heaters

Our company only installs the best quality product for our customers. We have several options for customers wanting something with high efficiency ratings!

Call us today to get your quote now!!

Hellgate Plumbing can repair and install Rheem water heaters! Hellgate Plumbing installs Navien combination boilers!

Hellgate Plumbing installs Navien tankless water heaters!

Hellgate Plumbing installs York Affinity furnaces!

UPDATE: Commercial Project: 8 Navien Tankless Water Heaters

UPDATE!

Good morning everyone! Over the last week, we have managed to mount all of the Navien tankless water heaters to the mounting brackets, set-up the gas, hot and cold water piping, and completed the majority of the venting. The venting was easily the hardest part on this project as we not only had to follow plumbing code, but we wanted it to look clean and organized. We are very proud of all the work we have accomplished so far! This week will be the finished product and we can’t wait to share that with everyone!

In the meantime, here are the photos from last week!