Water Heater Installation and Replacement

In Search of Warmer Waters?

It happens to the best of us. You step into the shower all set to wash away the day’s troubles with the comfort of a hot shower. And then you feel it—freezing cold water hits your skin and shocks your system! Yikes! An unplanned icy shower is never fun. Yet, if this is happening to you, it could be the first sign that your water heater is on the fritz.

If you need water heater replacement in and around Gwinnett County, J.R. Bolton can help. We recommend replacing your water heater if it:

  • Is over 10 years old
  • Causes cool showers
  • Makes odd noises
  • Is causing high(er) energy bills

Believe it or not, a combination of all these issues can result in your water heater using up 15 percent of your home’s total energy use—something you want to avoid. Let the experts at J.R. Bolton help you save on your energy bills. Call us for an upgrade to a new, highly efficient water heater.

I Need a New Water Heater, Now What?

So, you’re done with cold showers and have finally decided it’s time to replace that water heater. How can you be certain of the best one for your home? Easy. Call J.R. Bolton Services. We offer free estimates to help you identify if you need a new water heater, and we’ll even help you choose one that makes the most sense for your home and budget. From capacity, size and recovery rate to standby loss and yearly operating cost, the veterans at J.R. Bolton will guide you toward the perfect water heater match for your home!

In the meantime, here is a brief description of each type:

Heat pump water heater: Instead of generating heat directly, heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from one place to another. For this reason, they are highly energy efficient.
Gas tankless water heater: As their name states, these units heat water directly without the use of a storage tank. When the hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through the pipes and is heated by a gas burner. Tankless water heaters are very efficient and can cut your water heating costs by up to 45 percent.
Solar water heating system: These are a cost-effective way to generate hot water. With this type of water heater you still use a tank, but solar panels are what heat the water that is delivered into the storage tank. Electric heating elements do the job when the sun’s not shining.

With over three decades of experience, the technicians at J.R. Bolton Services can help answer all of your questions. From water heating installation in and around Gwinnett County to air duct cleaning and even home insulation services, we do it all!

J.R. Bolton Helps Turn Up the Heat

At J.R. Bolton Services, we want to make your life easier. And we know replacing and installing a new water heater isn’t always easy (or cheap). This is why you won’t face any sales pressure from us. Instead, we simply want our customers to receive the best care possible while we help reduce your water heating costs. We offer free estimates to help you identify your water heater needs and choose one that makes the most sense for your home and budget.

J.R. Bolton Services provides:

  • Free estimates when you’re considering replacement or installation
  • Installation from experienced experts who receive weekly training
  • Water damage prevention
  • Help in boosting your home’s resale value
  • Money savings

Call J.R. Bolton Services at 770-268-2010 or contact us online today to schedule your free estimate on any water heater replacement in Gwinnett County and the surrounding area. You’ll learn how you could reduce your water heating bills without giving away any of your comfort.

Top 6 benefits of our water heater services

Free estimates when you’re considering replacement or installation

Installation from experienced experts who get weekly training from industry experts

Water damage prevention

Boost your home’s resale value

Save money when you use less energy to heat your water

Prevent standby heat loss so you boost your savings further
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An electric water heater doesn’t have an exhaust flue at the top, and cost the most to run.

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