Perth Hot Water System Installation & Repair Service Done Right

As a homeowner, plumbing problems can be a nightmare to deal with. The primary challenge can be finding a trustworthy professional to take care of them for you. Thankfully, homeowners that need a new hot water system installation in Perth can turn to Drips B Gone, a local, family-owned plumbing business. With twenty-five years in business, we have the experience and knowledge needed to get the job done right, the first time. We don’t just own the business, we operate it – and we know that our success depends on satisfied customers. We’re proud of our reputation as an honest, reliable, and friendly local plumbing service. Nothing means more to us than our customers, and we thrive when we know they’re happy. We care about our community and treasure our relationship with our clients, so we guarantee all our work and offer a special discount for pensioners. We’re also fully insured and pledge to leave your home neat and tidy. No messy clean-up after we’re done!

Hot Water System Service In Perth – Is It Really Necessary?
Some people think annual service for their water heater is optional. While it may not lead to immediate problems, ignoring your system over time can lead to problems due to sediment build-up in the tank. Annual flushing of the tank and cleaning out of the pipes is important to keep your system functional and efficient. Most people aren’t aware that as sediment builds up on the bottom of the tank, it creates a barrier between the heat source and the water. This restriction interferes with the transfer of heat and will cause your system to cost more to operate. Flushing the tank also helps clean off the internal components of the system.

A simple call to Drips B Gone is all it takes to schedule hot water system service in Perth. We’ll inspect your system for leaks or other issues and ensure it’s in top shape. Give us a call if you suspect your water heater has any problems, such as hissing, banging, or running out of hot water quickly. We’ll be happy to come in, assess the system, and tell you honestly if it’s worth repairing, or if replacement is more cost-effective.

Full-Service Plumbing

Drips B Gone does more than just service calls. We are licensed to install and repair all types of plumbing and are also Alinta Gas-approved installers. This means we can do a full range of services, including complete kitchen and bath remodelling from the design stage through completion. We love helping people transform old spaces, so they’re more modern and functional. From installing a new gas range to a solar water heater system or replacing a sink and vanity in an old bathroom, Drips B Gone has the experience you need to do the job right. We make sure to carry enough parts on our truck so that we can even handle emergency calls quickly. Even if it’s just a dripping faucet, call us for a free quote on 08 9452 0061, complete the online form to book an appointment.

Is Your System Beyond Repair? Signs Your Hot Water Heater Needs a Replacement in Perth

Many people assume that when their water heater starts leaking or heating up that they will automatically be facing a potentially costly replacement. While it is true that all water heaters will eventually need replacement after some time (typically between eight to 12 years), you can extend the life of your heater through regular maintenance and making smaller repairs as soon as you notice faults. To schedule your water heater repair in Perth, you can call Drips B Gone, a family owned and operated business with over 25 years’ worth of local experience.

When to Repair, or Replace Your Hot Water Heater

It’s easy to take your hot water heater for granted, especially while it is working and providing your home with the convenience and comforts of hot water for showering, washing dishes and any number of other everyday household tasks. So, when your hot water heater stops working, you’ll likely want to work fast to diagnose the source of the problem and call a plumber who offers hot water system repair for Perth.

While you could attempt to do your hot water heater repair at your Perth residence by yourself, it’s usually a smarter idea to call out a professional, as working on your heater can have some potential risks. The one thing you can be sure of, however, is that when you suspect that there is something wrong with your hot water heater, it pays to get it checked out sooner rather than later. Holding out for too long on your repair may result in a leak, which could cause costly water damage to your home.

The first thing to check when you suspect that your water heater is failing is to see whether it‘s still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. If it has expired, it could make more sense to consider getting your hot water heater replaced with a newer and potentially more efficient model. If it has not, then you may wish to weigh the options and costs of repair. To see whether you should get a water heater replacement in Perth, you should call the professionals at Drips B Gone to book a free quote for service or replacement.

Who to Call for Your Hot Water System Repair in Perth

At Drips B Gone, we always endeavour to ensure that all our customers receive the best advice, products and quality work. When you call to book your appointment, you can rest assured that we will come out promptly and offer personalised service with a smile. Whether your system is gas, electric or solar, we provide reliable water heater repair anywhere in Perth at your convenience.

As a family-owned business, you can count on us to provide a friendly experience. Unlike at some larger companies, our customers are more than mere numbers in our system. Come and see for yourself why so many have trusted us for hot water heater repair in Perth, along with virtually all other residential or mobile plumbing needs. You can either book now through our online enquiry form, or call or email us directly. The next time your hot water heater acts up, you’ll know you can count on your family neighbourhood plumber at Drips B Gone.

Electric Water Heater Installation In Perth? No Problem

There’s never a good time for your water heater to fail. Or for any plumbing problem. But they happen. And when they do, you need a plumber that you can rely on for an honest, fair quote and top-notch work. Drips B Gone is your go-to solution for all your residential plumbing needs. Have your gas water heater installation done in your Perth home by a professional plumber from a family-owned and family-operated local business. We believe in investing in the community, and we offer free quotes and pensioner discounts. We install gas, electric, and solar water heaters. We arrive on time and pride ourselves on leaving your home clean and tidy.

With over twenty-five years of experience in the plumbing industry, we’ve seen it all. Leaks, burst pipes, new kitchens, you name it. For us, an electric water heater installation in Perth is a breeze. Choosing the right water heater for your budget and situation is essential. Heating water is usually one of the biggest utility expenses in your home, right after air conditioning and heating. For a standard storage tank water heater, gas units tend to cost more up front but are cheaper to run in the long term – depending on the price of gas and how you use it, of course. Electric units are more affordable, and their cost to run will, obviously, depend on the cost of electricity in your area as well as the amount of use, etc. One thing is true, though – a newer unit is bound to be more efficient – often by a significant margin – than an older one. On average, a new tank storage water heater can be expected to last eight to fifteen years. There’s a lot of play in that range because usage differs so much from home to home.

People looking for a dependable high-efficiency electric water heater can turn to a heat-pump water heater. These units, while pricier to start, offer true high efficiency and can run at about one-third the cost of regular electric water heaters. They even come in split system designs for homes where you need the flexibility of a split system.