Water heaters don't last forever. After a while, even the heartiest water heater will start to break down (sometimes in really surprising ways.) Common symptoms include rust colored water, slow re-heating after discharge, loud noises, pilot light troubles, and, of course, no hot water whatsoever.
When that happens, call our water heater repair team. Our plumbers have been specially trained and retrained to handle lighting fast water heater repairs. We even keep parts on hand for most major brands of water heaters, including:
We realize that any time at all with a broken water heater has the potential to be a nightmare, which is why we prioritize our water heater repair jobs. For all your water heater repair needs, call Ted's Plumbing.
Most water heater experts recommend that you upgrade your water heater every ten years. If you haven't done so in a while, it might finally be time. The good news is that the water heater technology available today is far superior to anything that was on the market only ten years ago, in terms of efficiency, reliability, and lifespan. If you want to stick with the standard storage tank model like the one you have now, you can look into American Standard, Whirlpool, Kenmore and more of the classic brand names you're seen before.
We can even help you shop around for the perfect water heater for unique needs, or deliver one straight to your door.
Tankless water heaters have also become a viable option in recent years. A tankless water heater by Rheem, Bosch, or Eemax may cost more, but you can expect to get another five or even ten years of life out of a tankless water heater, versus a comparable conventional model. Tankless water heaters also provide several other benefits:
If you don't know if a tankless water heater is right for your needs, contact a Roseville plumbing associate. We can help evaluate your hot water demand and home infrastructure to determine which water heater configurations and models are best for your needs.
Installing a new water heater to an older plumbing system could lead to problems. Our water heater repair specialists will evaluate the entire system to determine whether or not prep work needs to be done. Pipes and gas lines can be changed easily, but when they break the repair costs could be expensive. We do the installation right the first time so you can enjoy your new water heater for years after it's installed.