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Nebraska Water Heater Services

Let Us Restore Hot Water to Your Home or Business

As a property owner, having reliable hot water in your residential or commercial property is a must for safe drinking, cleaning, bathing, cooking, and other essential activities. Of course, it’s easy to take hot water for granted until it’s gone! If your hot water taps are providing cold or lukewarm water, reaching out to a licensed professional is important to restore your indoor comfort and prevent serious damage. 

That’s where Snell Services comes in! Our veteran-owned team is committed to keeping the hot water flowing in your home or business with top-notch water heater installation, repair, and maintenance. Whether you want to upgrade to a more energy-efficient model or require urgent repair, our skilled technicians are here to help with same-day services and expert solutions when you need them most. We’ve served hundreds of thousands of customers in your shoes, making us your one-stop shop for all your water heater needs in Nebraska. 

Our fully insured team is available 24/7 to restore hot water when you need it most. Call (308) 337-6337 to schedule a free consultation! 

Types of Water Heaters We Install

At Snell Services, we specialize in a wide range of water heater services for both residential and commercial properties. Our technicians are highly trained to handle all types of water heaters, including:

Tank Water Heaters

These traditional heaters are powered by gas or electricity, storing water in a large tank that can hold anywhere from 20-80 gallons. While tank water heaters are popular for their affordability and straightforward installation, they aren't ideal for properties without sufficient storage space. 

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters are a great choice for properties with limited space or high hot water demand. Thanks to their tankless design, these systems don’t require a storage tank, but heat water directly as it flows through the unit. While they generally require a larger upfront investment, tankless systems can be more cost-effective in the long run due to their high energy efficiency, making them a worthwhile investment for many property owners. 

Heat Pump Water Heaters

Heat pump water heaters use electricity to pull heat from the surrounding air and transfer it to the water. Like tankless water heaters, they don’t store hot water in a tank, but use a heat pump to heat water on demand, making them a highly efficient and eco-friendly option for your home or business! 

Solar Water Heaters

Solar water heaters use solar energy to heat water, making them a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option for homes or businesses with lots of sunshine! Keep in mind that solar water heaters may require a backup heating system for cloudy days or high hot water demand.

How Long Do Water Heaters Last? 

The lifespan of your water heater depends on several factors, such as the type of water heater, the quality of your water supply, and maintenance frequency. On average, a traditional tank water heater can last up to 10 years, while a tankless water heater can last up to 20 years with proper maintenance. 

It’s important to keep an eye out for signs that your water heater may be reaching the end of its lifespan, such as unusual noises, fluctuations in temperature, and leaks or corrosion around your tank. If you notice any of these signs, it might be time to replace your water heater with a more energy-efficient model. 

With nearly a century of experience, Snell Services is proud to be the trusted name for top-tier water heater replacement. We can help you select and install a properly sized system that suits your unique needs and budget, ensuring reliable hot water for years to come!

Common Water Heater Repairs We Handle

In Nebraska, property owners face many common water heater repairs that require professional repair. With our same-day water heater repair services, you can rest assured that your property is in excellent hands! Here are some common types of water heater repairs we handle: 

  • Pilot light issues: Unpredictable weather can impact your unit's pilot light, causing it to go out frequently. 
  • Sediment buildup: If you live in an area with hard water, this can lead to sediment accumulating in your tank, reducing efficiency and heating capability.
  • Thermostat malfunctions: Fluctuating hot water temperatures can be a sign of a faulty thermostat. 
  • Leak repairs: Age and wear can cause leaks in tanks and connections, leading to potential property damage.
  • Pressure relief valve replacement: This valve is essential for safety, but can become defective over time, requiring prompt replacement.

Our Team Is Available 24/7 to Serve You

When your plumbing system breaks down, you need an expert team you can depend on. When you call Snell Services, you can trust our technicians to put your comfort first. We’re proud to deliver exceptional workmanship and prompt, professional service to every customer we serve, giving you peace of mind that your safety and investment are protected in Nebraska. Whether you’re frustrated with inefficient AC or have a plumbing emergency, our team is available 24/7 to get the job done quickly and correctly.

Don’t waste your time and money on cheap labor! Turn to our licensed professionals at Snell Services for reliable service today. Contact us online to get started with a free estimate!

Should I Replace My Water Heater? 

If you suspect an issue with your water heater, acting fast is crucial to prevent damage. Even minor problems can lead to expensive repairs if ignored. Luckily, our team provides swift, professional service to keep your hot water flowing!  Here are some telltale signs it’s time to call our certified experts to replace your water heater: 

  • Rising energy bills
  • Leaks or puddles around your unit
  • Cold or lukewarm water from your taps
  • Strange noises from your water heater
  • Foul odors or unusual colors in your hot water

If you notice any of these warning signs, reach out to our friendly professionals! We can thoroughly inspect your system to identify and resolve any issues before they can cause further damage, ensuring the longevity of your investment for years to come.