Water Heaters in Worcester and Middlesex County
It really only takes one encounter with an involuntary cold shower to remind you of just how vital your hot water heater is. These systems are always at work in the background, ready to provide hot water when and where it is needed. Our team is always ready to provide expert services for your water heater to ensure that this remains the case.
- Technicians are regularly trained and EPA-certified
- Available 24/7 for emergency services
- 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed
We service a wide range of water heater types. You can trust us to provide your next hot water heater installation, repair, or other hot water heater service. We are proud to have provided our expert level of workmanship to homes throughout the area since 2008.
Book your next hot water heater service with Landry Mechanical Inc. We take comfort in YOUR comfort.
Hot Water Heater Installation
Looking for a new hot water heater for your home? We can work with you to make sure that you get just the system you need. Our team works with almost every type of water heater out there, including gas tank water heaters, electric water heaters, and more.
Hot Water Heater Replacement
Have a traditional water heater or another kind of water heater that has reached the end of its lifespan? Then reach out to Landry Mechanical Inc to schedule your hot water heater replacement.
Hot Water Heater Repair
If your water heater stops being able to do its job, it is a big problem. If you have an elderly family member or even young kids living in the house, a lack of hot water can end up being a health hazard. That’s why we provide the hot water heater repairs you need for just about any system including:
- Tank Water Heaters
- Tankless Water Heaters
- Heat Pump Water Heaters
- Hybrid Water Heaters
- Oil Water Heaters
- Electric Water Heaters
- Gas Water Heaters
- Indirect Water Heaters
If you find yourself without a hot water supply, all you have to do is reach out to us for a solution.
How long does a water heater last in Massachusetts?
This can vary based on the type of water heater, your water quality, and the upkeep the system gets. The average range for water heaters in our area is from 6 to 12 years long. To be safe, we’d advise preparing for a replacement after the 8-year mark.
What is the best type of water heater for me?
That depends on a variety of factors such as your hot water volume needs and access to certain fuels such as natural gas or oil. Talking with a professional is the best way to figure out which type fits your household’s needs best.
Can I switch from a tank water heater to a tankless water heater?
Yes, you can. Just make sure to talk to a professional to ensure you have the right gas, power, and water source(s) needed to run the system and available space to install the water heater.
How often do I need to flush my water heater?
This should happen at least once a year. Landry provides services for yearly water heater maintenance, as well as proactive anode rod replacements