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.

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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 Parkville
13/08/2016
1 year ago


Chase was very knowledgeable. He did NOT try to sell me things I didn't need. Knowing that I plan to only be in the house 2 more years, he indicated the water pressure valve would not be issue in that short time but would replace it if was staying 10 years. I really appreciate the honesty. He was very careful to not leave a mess even though it is a difficult job. Highly recommend this company.
KC Water Heaters
5 / 5 stars
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1 year ago
These water heaters installed in a parallel setup had worked well for 15 years which is pretty good for multiple tanks in one house. The tank on the right had started to leak.
Owner decided that two tanks was overkill and the old gas and flue were capped off. By going to a single tank they will save around $5,000 over the life of the water heater.
31/01/2016
1 year ago


Chase did a fantastic job installing and explaining everything we needed to know. He went above and beyond what needed to be done. Great guy and hard worker. Would highly recommend Chase and KC water heaters.
KC Water Heaters
5 / 5 stars
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1 year ago
This Bradford White had a life of 18 years and had finally leaked from the tank. There was also signs of backdrafting by the rust on top of the tank. This was likely caused by the house attic fan. This water heater had a lot of sediment inside the tank and was under 85 lbs of water pressure. This tank held up really well for it's environment.
New AO Smith installed and new PRV installed in home.
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