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Brooklyn Water Heater Repair

Expert Water Heater Services in New York City

Water heaters are an indispensable part of home comfort, so when your water heater needs service, don’t trust the job to just anyone. Turn to the professional Brooklyn water heater repair professionals at Einstein's Plumbing & Heating, Inc. With more than three decades of experience serving New York City, you can count on us for reliable service every time. We’re proud to offer exceptional repair, maintenance, and replacement services for both traditional storage tank water heaters and tankless water heaters.

Why Choose Us?

  • Our water heaters are guaranteed for five years
  • Our water heater tanks are guaranteed for ten years
  • We offer 24/7 emergency assistance and same-day scheduling
  • We offer competitive pricing, coupons, and discounts

Contact us online to schedule your next water heater service in Brooklyn!

Prompt Water Heater Repairs

At some point, just about every homeowner will have to call for water heater repairs. When that time comes for you, make your first call to Einstein's for fast, friendly, and affordable service. Our team comes to you quickly in a fully-stocked vehicle with all of the tools needed for an expert diagnostic. We always strive to make repairs wherever possible and will only recommend new equipment if it's truly the most cost-effective option.

We can help with all types of common water heater problems, including:

  • Water heater making a rumbling sound
  • Water heater pilot light won't stay lit
  • Water heater is leaking
  • No hot water
  • Hot water runs out too fast
  • Water from water heater isn't hot enough
  • Water from water heater is too hot
  • Hot water smells like rotten eggs / sulfur
  • Hot water is brown / rusty

Water Heater Installation & Replacement

Even the best-maintained water heaters will need to be replaced at some point, especially if the water heater is more than ten years old. If you have noticed that your water heater just isn’t performing as well as it used to, don’t delay in giving us a call, or you may end up risking an ice-cold shower! We can help you select the right size and type of water heater for your household's fuel source, hot water needs, energy efficiency goals, and budget. Rest assured that we will never pressure you to purchase equipment that you don't really need. For your convenience, we are proud to offer financing through Synchrony Financial so you can get the new water heater you need at a price you can afford.

Water Heater vs. Boiler – Which Should You Choose?

Whether you’re moving into your first home or you’ve been a homeowner for years, there are certain things everyone knows about houses. You want a working air conditioner for the summer months and a heater for when it gets cold, a dishwasher to lessen the chore load—maybe you’re even toying with the idea of getting that new steam cleaning washing machine.

But one amenity stands out among all the necessities and frivolities: hot water. Unless it’s the middle of summer, waking up to a cold shower is usually an unwelcome surprise. But when it comes to deciding how you’ll get your hot water, many homeowners don’t have a ready answer. How do you choose between a water heater and a boiler? And what is the difference?

Water Heaters

A water heater is used exactly how you may think it’s used—to heat the water used in your home. The storage tank holds a ready supply of water within it, which is heated by the tank’s fuel source. These fuel sources can range in types from electricity or gas, to solar power.

Once the water is warmed, it is stored in the tank until it’s needed, whether for your shower, a load of laundry, or doing the dishes. When water is pulled from the tank, fresh, cold water is filled into the bottom of the tank to then be heated and used up.

This type of appliance is ideal for smaller spaces that may not need as much hot water supplied to them at one time. There are also multiple types of water heaters to choose between; you can purchase conventional, tankless, and hybrid water heaters. Because they are easier to use, water heaters are more likely to feature simpler controls.


  • Ideal for smaller sized spaces
  • Simple controls
  • Different options for fuel sources
  • Multiple types to choose between ensures you get the best fit for your needs


  • Tank size could affect the amount of hot water available for larger family homes
  • Has to replace warm water after every use


Boilers, as they are aptly named, do more than heat water. These appliances actually boil water to transform the water into steam. The heat from the steam is then used for many purposes: central and water heating, as well as daily uses of cooking, cleaning, or sanitation. Interestingly, once the heat is pulled from the steam, the steam actually returns directly to the boiler to be reused and reheated later on. Boilers can be very energy efficient thanks to this process. Once the water is returned to be reused, it’s still warm and will take even less time to heat up again!

Boilers have a different and wider range of uses than your typical water heater may.

Thanks to the way they pull heat from steam as opposed to directly warming the water you use, they can handle larger needs than a water heater could. Boilers are often used to heat entire hot tubs, pools, or complexes. However, because boilers are used for larger heating projects, their controls are often more complex and may require a greater understanding or professional support to control.


  • Faster heating due to water return process
  • Energy efficient
  • Able to heat large areas
  • Can run on alternative fuels


  • More complex controls
  • Generally more expensive

In the end, whether you choose a water heater or a boiler really depends on what you and your family require. Einstein's Plumbing & Heating, Inc. can answer all of your questions and our technicians can help you decide which option is best for you and your lifestyle.

Tank vs. Tankless Water Heater – Which is Better?

When it comes to getting a new water heater, you can choose between a traditional storage tank heater and a tankless water heater. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, and the right choice for you will depend on a number of factors, including your budget, the size of your household, and your hot water needs.

In a nutshell, traditional water heaters tend to be less expensive up front than tankless models, and repairs are generally also less expensive. However, they don’t last as long as tankless heaters and will likely cost you more per month because you will have to pay to keep the water in your tank constantly heated. Tankless models, on the other hand, are more expensive to purchase, but cost less to operate because hot water is heated on-demand. Tankless water heaters also have a life expectancy of more than 20 years compared to the 10-15 year lifespan of a storage tank heater. Give us a call and we’d be happy to assess your hot water needs and recommend the water heater that’s best for you.

Call (718) 215-9664 to request water heater installation, repair, or maintenance in NYC.

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  • 24/7 Emergency Assistance & Same-Day Scheduling

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  • Fully-Stocked Trucks to Fix Most Issues on the Spot

  • Background-Checked & Drug-Free Technicians

  • Our Plumbing Repairs Are Guaranteed for 1 Year

  • Our Water Heaters are Guaranteed for 5 Years

  • Our Water Heater Tanks Are Guaranteed for 10 Years

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