Ryanlee

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Date registered: July 8, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Serving Lee, Charlotte and Sarasota Counties — September 26, 2016
  2. Another New Port Charlotte Water Heater Customer! — June 22, 2016
  3. Another new customer! — May 12, 2016
  4. Three New Water Heater Customers! — September 9, 2014
  5. Another New Cape Coral Water Heater Customer! — August 29, 2014

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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!

Jun 22

Another New Port Charlotte Water Heater Customer!

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.

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 …

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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.

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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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