Your water heater repair resource
When your water heater malfunctions, it throws off your day. The shower runs cold, there is no warm or hot water available to be pumped into your washing machine and it makes routine tasks such as washing hands or doing the dishes, uncomfortable.
Americans may not realize it, but hot water heaters and hot water tanks play an important role in our daily lives.
This is why it is important to call Plumbers 911 to refer you to a licensed, insured and bonded plumbing contractor in your area, who has experience in repairing these vital units.
Signs of a malfunctioning water heater
Here are some telltale signs your water heater could be in need of repair, or at least an inspection:
- Discolored water
- Foul smelling water
- Water is too hot
- Malfunctioning pilot light
- Loud noises
- Pooling water
- Improper insulation
- Leaking relief valve
What if I smell gas?
Natural gas is common energy source used to heat hot water tanks and water heaters. If you smell natural gas coming from your hot water tank or heater, you need to take immediate action to determine where the potential leak may be located.
No matter the time of day or night, immediately call Plumbers 911 and you will be referred to a licensed plumber, who is highly trained to identify and fix natural gas leaks.
What if my water heater is past repair?
Our affiliated plumbers will thoroughly investigate the condition of your water heater. While some problems can be repaired, others cannot. If the water heater is beyond repair, our plumbers will discuss replacement options with you and provide you with information needed to make a decision on a new unit.
We have expert plumbers, who are accredited professionals throughout the United States.Our licensed and experienced plumbers regularly attend training courses, in order to update their skillset and to make them knowledgeable on the latest techniques and technologies in the plumbing industry. Affiliated Plumbers 911 plumbers must pass a thorough background check and undergo random drug tests before working inside homes.
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