Sep 26

Serving Lee, Charlotte and Sarasota Counties

Here’s a few more customers we recently added!
This is a customer living in North Port, who decided the AO Smith Hybrid was the way to go. Very efficient water heater!
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Jun 22

Another New Port Charlotte Water Heater Customer!

20160615_132026 (1)Connie decided to go with a Bradford White water heater installed up on a stand. We have a Pan to take the water in close to the front of the garage in case of a leak.

May 12

Another new customer!

Our customers in Port Charlotte decided to go with a lifetime warranty stainless steel water heater.20160505_135949

Sep 09

Three New Water Heater Customers!

Yesterday I installed 3 water heaters, one in Matlacha, the other 2 in Port Charlotte and North Port. The one in Matlacha was a warranty job thru Home Depot. His GE water heater only lasted 3 years. That’s why it’s best to get a water heater thru a licensed plumber. We are able to get water heaters of better quality, even though the manufacturer may make both. Water heaters are our specialty. We carry all the supplies necessary to get the job down fast and professional. We also know all the local codes to make sure it is installed properly.09081411140908141743

Aug 29

Another New Cape Coral Water Heater Customer!

Joe of Cape Coral decided to go with a Rheem Water Heater from All Pro Water Heaters. The Rheem Water Heater that you receive from All Pro Water Heaters is of higher quality than Rheem from Home Depot.
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Jul 16

Water Heater Expansion Tank

The purpose of having an expansion tank is to provide relief on a plumbing system that is closed. If you have a dual check valve or some sort of back flow prevention device, this gives you a closed system. As water heats, it expands, as it expands, it creates more pressure in your plumbing system. The expansion tank absorbs the increase in water pressure. This reduces extreme stress on your plumbing fixtures. The tank is pre-charged with air and the water expansion presses against the diaphragm as the water heater heats. If you’re on a well system, you may have no back flow preventer. If this is the case, there is no need for the expansion tank. The expansion tank will be installed on the inlet side of the water heater. I would recommend installing a new expansion tank when installing a new water heater. If you notice some rust or a leak on the tank, it is recommended to replace the tank.

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Jul 11

Leaking water heater

If you find your water heater has sprung a leak, the first thing to do is shut the power off to the water heater at the breaker box. It should be labeled, if not you’ll look for either a double 20, 25, or 30 amp breaker. These are the most common sizes. Some water heaters have a switch or are plugged into the wall. If so, just switch it off or unplug it. Next you want to shut the water off leading to the water heater. Check at a hot water faucet to make sure you shut it off all the way. If there is still pressure, then you will have to shut all your water off. There is most likely a shut off valve outside of the house. Shut that off and call your plumber asap! Water heaters here in SW Florida last on average 7 to 10 yrs.

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Jul 10

Another new water heater customer!

All Pro Water Heaters,( a division of All Pro-Installs, Inc.) installed a 30 gal. lowboy for Bernice in Punta Gorda. It was a tight spot under the air conditioning unit, but we were able to do it..All Pro Water Heaters has a variety of water heaters sizes to choose from. No matter the amount of space available, we can install the right water heater for your needs. Give us a call at All Pro Water Heaters. Licence# CFC1428339water heater customer