Repair and Installations
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Common water heater issues
- Water heater is leaking
- Pilot light won't stay lit
- No hot water or water is too hot
- Brown, rusty colored water
- Rumbling noises
- Water smells like sulfur ( rotten eggs)
Water heaters typically last around 12-15 years with routine maintenance. However, since water heaters account for 20% of your home's energy use, it pays to replace an inefficient model with a modern one. Over time you could save thousands of dollars in utility bills and avoid an ice-cold shower.
Traditional Water Heaters
Today’s traditional water heaters are highly efficient, advanced units, but they do have their limitations. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to lengthen the lifespan of your water heater. To extend the life of this expensive investment maintain these important parts.
- Water tank ignitors
- Anode rods
- Heating elements
- Pilot lights
- Circuit breakers
- Heating pumps & thermostats (hybrid water heaters)
Tankless Water Heaters
How does endless hot water sound? Tankless water heaters provide endless hot showers, keep energy costs low and take up less space than traditional models. Plus, the increased efficiency and minimized time required to wait on hot water make these units ideal if you're looking to invest into something with a long life span. If your current unit is 10 years old or older, consider upgrading. To learn more, check out our water heater guide.
We can install an automatic shut-off valve that turns off the water before it damages your property -saving you thousands of dollars in the event your water heater breaks down.