Prunedale Water Heater Repair
Water Heater Appliance Repair
We need hot water for many things, such as washing hands and cleaning dishes. Not to mention how a shower without hot water would be absolute torture. If your water heater is broken, you need to repair it immediately. You don’t want to risk having any water damage within your house. Call today and ask for same/next day repair!
Types of water heaters we repair
- Traditional Water Heater
- Tankless Water Heater
- Condensing Water Heater
- Electric Pump Water Heater
- Solar Water Heater
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Common Water Heater Problems
You might want to muster past the lack of hot water, but you shouldn’t delay water heater repair. A broken water heater could lead to serious water damage within your house. If you’re unsure what’s wrong with your water heater, call for appliance repair and have a trained expert check it out.
No hot water
If you have no hot water, the first thing to look at is the heating element. If you have an electric water heater, then the culprit could be a tripped circuit breaker, or a tripped reset switch. Check your breaker box to see if you can reset your water heater. Unfortunately, there’s little you can do on your own if your lack of hot water is caused by something else. Most likely, a component of the heating element itself is broken and needs to be replaced.
If you have a gas water heater, then the lack of hot water is most likely due to a blown out pilot light. It could simply be due to a malfunctioning pilot control valve, but it’s not something you can easily replace on your own. It’s best to let a trained professional handle it.
Water is leaking
If your water tank is leaking, you’re most likely going to have to replace the entire thing. This leak could be due to a broken/rusted hull or another major component that’s malfunctioning. Wait any longer and you could have a flooded garage or utility room. Avoid possible water damage to your home and schedule an appliance repair appointment for your water heater as soon as possible. However, something you could check first is the water inlet and outlet lines. If you see that they are broken or loose, then you might not actually have to replace your entire unit. But for the purpose of safety, we suggest having a trained expert diagnose the issue.