Should You Repair or Replace Your Water Heater?

Monday, June 5th, 2017

shower-steam-hotNot again. You’ve turned on the hot water in the shower and waited patiently for it to heat up, only to be stuck with a cold shower. This isn’t something anyone can put up with for long, nor should they have to. Of course, the first thing you do is double check that you’ve paid gas and electric. After you’ve ensured burners and appliances are working, you might start to worry.

Will you have to replace your water heater? We hope not, but it’s certainly a possibility. However, many water heater repairs are relatively simple—as long as you call the right team. Only allow an experienced contractor to work on your water heater, and read on to find out whether your water heater might be repaired.

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Is Your Water Heater Working Properly?

Monday, October 24th, 2016

Got an older water heater that you’re just not feeling too sure about? Have you had a lot of issues with it in the past? Does it often leave you wanting more hot water than it gives? It’s time to schedule service.

Many people wait to get service for their water heaters until the unit has completely broken down! This leaves them with no hot water, scrambling to reach a local technician in time to shower for work the next day.

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3 Ways a Water Heater Tune-Up Benefits You

Monday, October 10th, 2016

We stress the importance of furnace maintenance each year in the fall, as it can help to reduce your monthly utilities and improve your comfort throughout the year. But this is also the time of year we encourage many homeowners to consider water heater maintenance.

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Why Should You Tune-Up Your Water Heater?

Monday, June 27th, 2016

When your water heater needs urgent repair, you usually know it. It might make a very unusual noise, or you might not get any hot water coming through your showerhead. But we think you should call in plumbers before you start to experience problems with your hot water.

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How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing?

Monday, January 25th, 2016

When you first learn that you have “hard water,” it may sound a little scary. However, your water supply is just full of minerals, like calcium and magnesium, things that generally have no adverse health effects. This is a bit of a relief, but you should still be concerned if hard water affects your plumbing system. Although it won’t hurt your health, it could cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in damages.

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Common Water Heater Issues: There’s No Hot Water!

Monday, November 9th, 2015

You usually plan to start or end your day with a warm shower, so a lack of hot water can be rather jarring. If you’re wondering why your hot water heater has suddenly stopped doing its job, we may have the answer for you in today’s guide—but you’ll need a technician to tell you for sure.

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