You've come to the right place for water heater repairs!
While some water heater problems are easy fixes, others are much more complex and age-related. And, that’s where G&C Plumbing can help.
Water heater problems can include:
Leaks coming from the water tank.
Loss of hot water or a water temperature problem.
Rust-colored water coming from your faucets.
Sulfur- or sewage-like smell coming from the water heater.
At G&C Plumbing, we can help you find the source of your water heater problem. We’ll also recommend routine maintenance and preventative inspections. Annual flushing of your water heater can remove sediment. And, we’ll check the temperature, your pressure test relief valve and overall effectiveness of your water heater. This can give you added peace of mind and extend the life of your water heater.
What's Wrong With My Water Heater
Experiencing no hot water? Or, is your water heater leaking? Water heater problems can range from a malfunctioning burner to a broken thermostat or a faulty assembly. Hence, it’s best to contact us so we can diagnose the problem.
A common water heater problem is inadequate hot water. This might mean the water heater reservoir isn’t properly suited for your home’s usage. Another problem is a leaking water heater which might mean the heater needs replacing. Or, you might have rusty water. And, it can be attributable to a water heater that needs replacing.
Get the Right Fix for Your Water Heater
If you call us for repairs or service, there are a few questions we might ask.
How long has the current problem existed?
Does the water heater make a popping noise?
Is the water heater over eight-years-old? And, have you had it serviced before?
Is your water cloudy or does it smell funny? Or, are you getting sand or mud in your faucets?
Has your utility bill increased in the past few years?
Is it taking longer for the hot water to heat up in your faucets?
Is your water heater under warranty?
If your water heater has rust-colored water or if your water heater leaks, let us know. Leaks from a drain pan that’s inoperable can cause severe damage to flooring, walls and carpeting.
It can lead to thousands of dollars in mold damage which you want to avoid. If it’s rusty water, there could be an internal breakdown in your water heater’s components. Contact us today with any questions you may have.