Water Heater Service in Jackson & Central Mississippi

  • 24/7 Water Heater Service Available
  • We Repair & Install Water Heaters
  • We Work With Standard & Tankless Units
  • Serving Jackson & Central Mississippi


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We repair and install water heaters

If you need 24/7 hot water heater repair in Jackson, MS, call us at Dent Air Conditioning. Our plumbers both repair and replace water heaters here in Central Mississippi, and we back our work with our “Fixed Right Or It’s Free!” guarantee.

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24/7 Water Heater Repair

Has your water heater stopped working, leaving you and your family without hot water on a busy morning? Give Dent Air Conditioning a call for 24/7 water heater repair here in the Jackson metro area.

Our plumbers fix all water heater types (including tankless systems), makes, and models. Click the button below to request service from our team.

New water heater installation

Eventually, the combination of heat, water, and metal only lasts so long. Most standard water heaters only last about a decade or so—maybe longer, if you have us replace the sacrificial anode rod midway through the unit’s lifespan. However, once the anode rod is spent, the tank walls will begin to corrode.

If your old water is at the end of its life, call us for water heater installation in Jackson, MS. Upgrading to a new water heater has its benefits. First, you’ll likely get an energy-efficiency boost that saves you money on your electric or gas bill. Second, you’ll also get the peace of mind that comes with having a new, dependable system that’s still under warranty.

Demand-type water heaters

Commonly known as “tankless water heaters,” these systems do not use tanks to store heated water like most water heaters. Instead, these units—typically wall-mounted in your garage or closet—run water through heating elements, warming it as needed.

Demand-type water heaters have several benefits. First, they’re not limited to what’s stored beforehand in the tank. This means no more “running out” of hot water during high-usage times. They’re also more energy-efficient than normal water heaters, and there’s no risk of a tank burst. Finally, they also can last twice as long as a normal water heater. For installation or tankless water heater repair in Jackson, MS, call us today!

Proud to serve the Jackson area!

At Dent Air Conditioning, we're the premier HVAC, plumbing, and home services company in the Jackson area. Here are the communities we serve:

Jackson   •   Gluckstadt   •   Clinton   •   Richland   •   Florence

Our Plumbers

At Dent Air Conditioning, we're proud to have great plumbers on our team. Our plumbers are certified, experienced professionals who take pride in a job done right and believe in great service.

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Our Guarantees

Our plumbing services come backed by our Ironclad Guarantees. These are our promises to you: we'll fix your plumbing problem the right way.

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Anti-Scald Devices

Having on-demand hot water in your home is great. However, water that is too hot can present a scald danger, especially to children, seniors, and those with disabilities. Also known as “scald guards,” anti-scald devices are installed on fixtures in your home to prevent burning water from coming out of your bathroom and kitchen faucets. Call our team at Dent Air Conditioning to have us install anti-scald devices in your home.

Emergency Shut-Off Devices

A water heater tank burst is a homeowner’s worst nightmare. After all, there are few things worse than a flooded home. You can greatly lower the risk of this happening by having our team install an emergency shut-off device on the water line connecting your home’s water supply to the water heater. This system will automatically shut off additional water, preventing a home flood. To learn more about these devices and the best ways to prevent a water heater tank burst, give our team a call.