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Water heaters are one of the most crucial appliances in your home. You use it to wash dishes, take warm showers, do laundry and so much more, and it’s inconvenient when your water heater stops working. Water heaters usually start to deteriorate after 10 years of age and it seems like they stop working right when you need them most. Plus, older water heaters can grow mold, rust and can leak water, causing damage to your home. You can prevent the headaches and damage by replacing your older water heater before an emergency happens. McCoy’s makes replacing and repairing your water heater a little easier.
Our knowledgeable staff can help you find the best Reliance water heater to replace your current one, based on the size of the space you have and what you’re looking for in a water heater. If you’re looking to upgrade to a water heater that provides unlimited hot water, you might consider one of our indoor tankless water heaters. We also have standard storage water heaters ranging from 30 gallons to 50 gallons available in both short and tall versions. When replacing your water heater, don’t forget to grab the necessary accessories to get it properly installed in your home.
We carry many repair parts such as heating elements, water heater connector kits for both electric and gas hot water heaters, thermostats, temperature and pressure relief valves, and water heater pans. Regardless of your situation, our team can help find which parts you might need so you don’t have to make multiple trips and can get your water heater installed or repaired and ready to go!