When to Call for Repair
Some common signs your water heater needs a tune-up or that it’s on its last legs include a lack of hot water, inconsistent water temperatures, foul smelling water, or noisy rattling sounds coming from your water heater unit. If you’re experiencing any of these problems, you should have one of our technicians take a look. Once we locate the problem, we’ll provide you with our recommended course of action.
When to Replace Your Water Heater
Sometimes, all your water heater needs is a quick tune-up. Other times, a full replacement is needed. How do you know whether you need to repair or replace your water heater?
Conventional storage-tank water heaters usually work at peak performance for about ten years. If your water heater is older than that, has stopped working entirely, has obvious corrosion, or is leaking water, a full replacement is likely your best option.
On the bright side, replacing your old model with a new water heater installation can save you money in the long run. New models like tankless, solar, and heat pump water heaters are more energy efficient than traditional models, are less prone to corrosion, have higher heat retention, and will cost you less over time. If you’re interested in replacing your old water heater, our Expert technicians can tell you all about your options in a straightforward, unbiased way—so you can make the best choice for you and your home.
What You Can Expect
Every water heater has its own quirks, but you can expect our Expert technicians to handle each situation with care and professionalism. Because your time is valuable to us, our technicians will make sure you always receive fast and reliable services at affordable prices.
Since we only start working after we’ve diagnosed your water heater problems and let you know exactly how much it will cost upfront, you can rest easy knowing there will be no surprise fees or additional charges. Every single one of our trained technicians will:
- Be kind and respectful to you and your home
- Wear shoe covers
- Use roll-out mats to protect your floors
- Frequently change out disposable gloves
- Leave your home cleaner than we found it