Have you recently woken up to take a shower, only to find that the water isn’t hot? When that happens, you may need water heater repair & replacement. Of course, there is a difference between fixing the problem and installing a new water heater. When you call 24H Plumbing Pros, we assess the situation and can help you decide which is needed.
Often, a repair is all that you need, and it might be a simple fix or a more complex one. Regardless, it is dangerous to try to fix your water heater yourself. We realize that you may need someone at an inopportune time, so we are available 24/7 and offer emergency services. Your home can have hot water again fast – many times, the same day.
Tankless water heaters have a variety of components, all of which can break over time. For example, did you know that electric tankless water heaters have a heating element? It’s sure to need to be replaced at some point, but the problem could also be a tripped circuit breaker or a broken thermostat.
You aren’t likely to know which one it is, but we can help by troubleshooting the problem. Once we know what the issue is, we can help you find the right solution.
In most cases, you are going to be in a rush to get to work when you realize that you have no hot water. This is a challenging time; you know you’re going to be late, so you call us to come out and help. We can often be there the same day because we provide 24/7 service.
You may not think of a water heater issue as an emergency, but it often is. For example, if you experience a gas leak, this is highly dangerous. You should get out of the home immediately and wait until one of our technicians arrive to fix the problem.
Another emergency could be a leak in the system. If you find water pooled near the water heater, it is a sign there is a leak. This can damage your property and cause your water bill to rise. Let us help you by troubleshooting the problem and providing you with the best solution for your budget and needs.
Along with water heater repair & replacement services, you can also call on us for maintenance. Often, routine inspections and cleanings can prevent many issues, such as:
Many times, these problems can happen for traditional and tankless water heaters. However, routine maintenance can prevent them. For example, you should have the water heater flushed every six months. We can do this for you, and we might also recommend that you use a water softener to help reduce the mineral buildup.
It’s important to understand that maintaining your unit is essential, but it isn’t going to prevent you from ever having a problem. As water heaters age, things are going to break. They can include the heating element, and much more. Whether you have an electric or gas, tankless or traditional water heater, our team is qualified to work on it and fix the problem. Call us today for service, regardless of the time.
Every commercial property needs a water heater. This allows you to clean, cook, and even heat the space. If your company needs installation, repair, or replacement of a water heater, our plumbers can help with a variety of brands and commercial properties. We can give you the assistance you need.
Plus, if you find yourself in an emergency situation, 24H Plumbing Pros is available, regardless of the time. You don’t have to suffer overnight with disruptions in your hot water supply at your business. Give us a call. Troubleshooting is the first step, and then we can recommend the best course of action.
If that weren’t enough, we serve all 50 states, which can include these cities:
Whether it is an emergency or not, when you need water heater repair & replacement, you can rely on 24H Plumbing Pros to find the right solution to your problem.
How much does it cost to fix a water heater?
The price you pay varies significantly based on the issue at hand, where the water heater is located, and the type you have in your home. You may call us anytime to get a quote to repair your water heater.
How often should you replace your water heater?
It’s best to replace your water heater when it starts running inefficiently, though most manufacturers recommend you replace it every eight to 10 years.
Do I need a permit to change a water heater?
Yes, you are likely to need a permit.