Water heater

4 Signs You Need Water Heater Repair Services

Over time, water heaters can experience issues and start to break down. The good news is that most components can be replaced or repaired by a professional plumber, other than the actual tank. If you’ve been wondering whether your water heater needs repairs, the list below will give you some insight into what the optimal course of action is.

Lack of Hot Water or Changing Temperatures

A common reason to call a plumber is that the water heater isn’t creating hot water. It may also cause the water to be hot one moment, warm the next, and cold at another time. When the water heater isn’t working as expected, one of the parts may need to be replaced. Mineral deposits could also be blocking the heating elements.

Discolored Water

Sometimes, water may be cloudy or even come out in hues like light brown. If this occurs, minerals or rust might be built up in the pipes or the water heater itself. The best thing to do is run the water for a few minutes to see if the problem continues. You can also check if the water smells metallic or otherwise odd. In any case, a plumber can check on things and make any needed repairs.

Weird Noises

If you’ve noticed the water heater is making odd noises, this is another sign you may need the help of a professional. Humming or buzzing may be normal but banging, crackling, or popping noises are a sign of a problem. This can occur if there are excessive minerals inside or the heater is overheating. A plumber can check the heater, flush it out, and clean it to avoid more issues.

Lack of Water Pressure

When the shower is having trouble putting out water, this could be an issue with the water heater. Check whether it’s a neighborhood issue or one specific to your home. It could be related to excess minerals or installation issues. Low water pressure can also occur from problems with the distribution pipes. A specialist can find out what’s wrong and deal with the repair.

Whether the water is leaking, the pipes are putting out brown water, or you have no water pressure, the plumbers at Elk Grove Village Sewer & Plumbing can put things right. Contact us immediately to handle the problem before it has the potential to get worse. Elk Grove Village Sewer & Plumbing can handle all sorts of issues with water heaters so make a call.

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