KC Water Heaters
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13104 W 66 ST
Shawnee, Kansas 66216
(913) 962-7000
KCWATERHEATER.COM
KC Water Heaters is owned by a licensed master plumber who only focuses on water heater installation and repair. We offer installation of all brands of water heaters including AO Smith, State Select, and Bradford White. We can install at types of water heaters including Power Vent models, Atmospheric models, Electric Water Heaters, and even Tankless.

Reviews
KC Water Heaters
Rated 5 out of 5 based on 137 reviews
I have read the reviews on this water heater and I must say that I have had no complaints with mine. That is why we opted to stay with the same brand. Our first one lasted 20 years. I don't know of a better recommendation than that.
Job Checkins from Mission
29/04/2016
1 year ago


Called 30 min in advance to notify of arrival time, provided detailed information regarding the state of the old water heater and overall system, reviewed elements impacting the water heater (house water pressure, existence of pressure release valve), and swapped water heaters with minimal disruption. Thank you!
KC Water Heaters
5 / 5 stars
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1 year ago
The old Rheem water heater had leaked after 12 years. This was on an open system with water pressure of less than 80 psi. Normally under these conditions you would expect a water heater to last 20 years or more. Seems to be a trend with these Rheem water heaters.
New AO Smith GCR50400 installed and new gas shutoff put in.
13/04/2016
1 year ago


Testing new function of App.
KC Water Heaters
5 / 5 stars
Overall Experience
Product Knowledge
Punctuality
Quality of work
1 year ago
The old water heater was leaking pretty fast when it was finally replaced. There were also sections of the flue that had to be replaced. There wasn't a flue cap on this house in Mission, a bird had nested in the flue and actually was causing a backdraft in the flue for the water heater.
AO Smith GCR50400 with new ball valve. Gas shutoff valve replaced and flexible lines replaced with rigid copper.
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