Repair & Installation
Water heaters are an important part of the plumbing for any home or business. When your water heater fails, you can count on our team of experts to get it working again or install a brand new one!
Signs that You Need to
Repair or Replace Your Water Heater
Irregular Water Temperature
If you start to notice that your water is flowing hot at times and then lukewarm or cold at other times, this could be a sign that something is wrong with your water heater. Depending on the age of the water heater, it may need repairs or a replacement. These fluctuating temperatures are most commonly the result of mineral deposit build-up. Mineral deposits accumulate over time and coat your water heater’s heating elements, which prevents them from functioning properly. If only the elements are the culprit, you can simply have them replaced.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that your tap water should be colorless when it comes out of the faucet. It can look hazy sometimes as a result of high pressure but should become colorless once more when the pressure evens out. If you’re noticing that the water is coming out brownish, rusty, or has small, dark particles in it, the water heater may be at fault. This can be the result of sedimentation, which will change the color to brownish, and lead to serious health concerns for your family. Having your tank cleaned out will usually correct this issue. However, if sedimentation isn’t the problem, your tank may be rusting, which can necessitate a replacement.
Hot Water Runs Out Quickly
The water heater in your home is designed to provide your household with the proper amount of hot water at any given time. It does so through the use of two heating elements, one at the top and one at the bottom. Typically, your water heater will have ample amounts of hot water ready to be used. If you find yourself running out of water frequently, then one of your heating elements may not be working.
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Some noise coming from your water heater is perfectly normal. As your system ages, it will begin to make more noise over the years, but this shouldn’t be concerning to you. If you start to hear loud noises, like banging, popping, or cracking, then it’s time to have it checked. There are several reasons that this could be happening, ranging from mineral deposits to a broken dip tube. These loud noises and movements can also cause your tank to leak if the problem isn’t addressed.
Signs of Corrosion
If you start to see signs of corrosion on your water heater, such as rust spots and brown water, you’ll need to have your water heater replaced soon. It is possible to have your water heater repaired by replacing the corroded parts. However, this quick fix is only a temporary solution meant to provide you with more time to save money for a new water heater.
Water leaks can cause a lot of damage, aside from simply being a sign that something is wrong with your water heater. If you notice that your water heater is leaking, you should have it checked as soon as possible to avoid other costly repairs. Several factors could cause a leak in your water heater, such as corrosion and loud noise. Any water leak, no matter how big or small, with your water heater should be addressed quickly.
Water Heater Installation & Repair
When you see the signs that something is wrong with your water heater, we’re here to help!
Water Heater Installation
Are you dealing with cold showers or high power bills? If so, you may require a new water heater. However, to enjoy the benefits of a new water heater, it needs to be installed correctly. An improperly installed water heater can result in scalding water temperatures, water damage, or even catch fire! Our qualified technicians have the experience and training to properly install any water heater for your home or business.
Water Heater Repair
Water heaters always seem to stop working at the most inconvenient times. We rely on our water heaters for everything from bathing to cleaning to cooking, making them essential for our working homes. When your water heater starts having problems or completely fails, our professionals are here to get it going again! We can accurately find the source of your water heater’s problem and make any necessary repairs to get it working properly again.
Why Choose Us?
Professional Water Heater Services
You’ll never have to worry about overcharging again. Our company understands how challenging it can be to have a part of your home’s plumbing not work. That’s why we strive to offer the best prices for the best services on the market!
Our team of professional plumbers has years of experience and training shared between them. Each member of our plumbing team pays close attention to detail to ensure that your plumbing functions correctly. This allows us to provide the highest quality craftsmanship in all of our plumbing services!
We believe that no one should have to wait to have running water. When your water heater, or any other part of your plumbing, stops working, we’ll be there as quickly as possible to ensure that your plumbing’s downtime is kept to a minimum.
It’s always best to hire a professional when you’re working with plumbing installations or repairs, especially water heaters. There are safety codes and regulations in place that our team knows how to follow. Failure to follow these safety practices can result in costly repairs or even a house fire. Our goal is to ensure that every job we complete is safe to use and built to last.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers! Below, we cover a couple of the most common questions that we hear from our customers.
When should I replace my water heater?
The majority of hot water heaters should last anywhere from 8 to 12 years. Once they’ve been running for that long, they begin to run less efficiently and will be more susceptible to failure. The water heater alone accounts for as much as 25% of your home’s energy bill. As they age and become less efficient, they’ll use even more power and cause your electric bill to climb. A lot of people will wait until their water heater completely fails before replacing it. However, it’s much better to go ahead and replace your water heater before it stops running.
Why is the pipe on the side of my water heater leaking?
This pipe is most likely the overflow pipe that’s attached to the temperature relief valve on your water heater. This is a safety valve that helps to relieve excess pressure from inside the tank in case of an overheated water heater. This pipe may drip or let off steam from time to time, which isn’t a problem. However, if it starts to leak frequently or continuously, there may be a problem with your water heater.