OSWALT'S SEWER ROOTER
Having your water heater break down on you causes a lot of frustration and disruption inside your house. You can get by without hot water, but in modern society, who would ever want to do that? Most of the time, all your water heater needs is some expert repair work by a licensed plumber, and you’ll have your hot water restored and you can carry on with your daily routine.
Signs of a Faulty Water Heater
If your water heater isn’t functioning at full capacity, you’ll usually notice signs before you lose your hot water entirely. Some of the signs you might notice include rust-colored water flowing from
your faucets, water with an unpleasant odor, fluctuating water temperatures when you want hot water, or water puddling around the tank. Sometimes, the issue may be with the gas line or electrical circuitry, it may be with the pilot light or it may be with the thermostat. There are many components to your water heater, and they all have to work together to bring you the hot water you need. All it takes is one rogue piece and the entire mechanism could be off.
Expert Repairs for Electric or Gas
We are able to offer expert water heater repairs for both electric and gas powered water heaters. Electric water heater typically cost less when it comes to initial investment, but they will cost more to run on a monthly basis. Gas powered water heaters cost more to get in place and working, but will cost less in monthly operation costs. Gas water heaters also need to be vented to the outside. Whether you have an issue with an electric water heater or a gas water heater, our experts can provide the results you need to keep the hot water flowing.
Why a Professional Repair is a Must
Factors such as safety, warranties, building codes and effectiveness are all reasons why you should insist on having a qualified professional repair your water heater for you. Hurting yourself, voiding your warranty violating building codes and requiring costly repairs to fix your mistakes shouldn’t be worth having a DIY notch in your tool belt.