WATER HEATER SERVICE IN Phoenix, AZ
Repair, Replace & Installation Experts
Is your old water heater acting up? Call one of our water heater specialists today!
We provide water heater service in Phoenix, Arizona including the following surrounding locations San Gabriel, Hyde Park, College Park, San Miguel, Santa Maria, Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, Surprise, Sun City West and more… Don’t allow your day to be ruined by a leaky hot water heater! If you’re in the Phoenix area, call us today!
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EXPERT WATER HEATER INSTALLATION, REPAIR & REPLACEMENT
When you rely on Express Plumbing Services for water heater repair, maintenance or replacement, you can expect professional service from skilled plumbing experts. Water heater repair can be a dangerous job for an inexperienced homeowner, so Express Plumbing Services offers 24 hr emergency water heater service. Your household will have hot water again as quickly as possible, in many cases, the same day.
Common Water Heater Problems
If you notice your water heater is leaking, switch off your home’s water valve. It’s typically placed in your basement, close to your furnace or water heater, or underneath your kitchen sink. Even a small leak can cause major damage to your home. A leaky tank may be signaling you need to get a new hot water heater.
Not Enough Hot Water
Not getting any or not enough warm water out of your faucet? If you have a gas water heater, something could be wrong with the pilot light. If you don’t know how to figure this out, call us. We’ll manage the problem. Not enough hot water could also mean that your water heater is on its last leg and needs to be replaced.
Water is Too Hot or Too Cold
Your water heater may not be big enough. We can help you determine how much you need and solve the issue.
Other Water Heater Problems
These signals can mean that your water heater is will stop working soon:
- Loud noises coming from the tank
- Tinted, milky-colored or rusty water
- Water smells foul
- Leaking pressure relief valve
As water heaters usually hold 50 gallons or more of water, failure can lead to a catastrophic flood.