Water Heater Repair
For most homeowners we rarely notice just much we rely on our home’s water heater until there is a problem that causes it to stop working properly. Whether it be an infrequent supply or a complete lack of hot water, a pilot light that won’t stay lit, or a leaking hot water heater, any problem that cuts hot water from flowing through our taps is immediately a cause for concern. The good news is you don’t have to stress if your hot water heater isn’t working properly—Roto-Rooter is here for you!
Here at Roto-Rooter Plumbing we have many years of experience diagnosing and repairing all types of water heaters. Whether they be gas, electric, standard, or tankless, no water heater is out of our range of expertise. Our team of licensed plumbers has the skills and experience to diagnose and repair a broken hot water heater and if necessary, we can install a brand new one.
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At Roto-Rooter, we are about much more than just hot water heater repairs and general plumbing services. One of our main goals is to provide exceptional customer service in order to make plumbing issues less of a hassle. No one wants to have a problem with their hot water heater, but we make it a point to quickly diagnose and repair broken units at affordable prices. Anyone who hires Roto-Rooter can count on expert service and a true appreciation of our customers.
Being able to recognize problems with your water heater makes it much more likely that issues can be identified and repaired before the water heater fails completely and needs to be replaced. Some of the most common signs that your hot water heater is in need of repair include:
- Leaks: A hot water heater in good repair doesn’t leak. Your hot water heater can begin leaking from many different places; an experienced plumber will be able to identify the leaks and make repairs, if possible.
- Odd Sounds: As a water heater ages, sediment from the local water can build up in the tank. As the water heater warms up the water, you may notice popping or crackling sounds, which is the sediment getting hot.
- Rusty Water: If you turn on a faucet set for hot water and notice that the water coming from the tap is rust colored, it is natural to be concerned. This can happen due to a build up of sediments or the hot water tank beginning to rust.
- Broken Pilot Light: If you own a gas-powered hot water heater, the pilot light needs to be lit in order for your hot water heater to function. If you have an issue with the pilot light, one of our plumbers can repair it.
If you have any issues with you home’s hot water heater, contact Roto-Rooter today!