Water Heater Repair & Installation

Choosing a Water Heater

When it comes to water heaters, every home is unique. The water heater in your home should be specific to the needs of your home. Do you have a large family? Multiple bathrooms? Soaking tub/whirlpool? All of these questions and more will be covered when our professional technician arrives at your home. We will give you all the options for your home’s hot water needs.

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Water Heater Repair & Installation

Water heaters provide hot water for basic amenities like bathing, dishwasher, laundry washer, cooking, and even space heating. Many repairs can be done to a water heater. Most water heater problems are due to plumbing breaks, or leaks. The most common issues are no hot water, not enough hot water, rusty colored water, low rumbling or popping noise emitted from the water heater, rotten egg odor, higher pitched whining when operating, and, but is not limited to, water leaking from the bottom of the heater. The wear and tear on water heaters generally causes them to fail as they age. This can also cause the components that heat the water to stop working. Water heaters that have been used are likely to have sediment buildup and corrosion. There are also issues associated with the type of water heater your are using, gas and electric.

When to Call a Plumber
About Your Water Heater

Call us if your water isn’t as hot as usual. Or if your water heater has shut off and you can’t get it back on. Or your pilot light won’t stay lit. Homeowners have different comfort levels when checking these things for themselves. Whatever issues you have with your water heater, you can give us a call to talk it through.

No Hot Water

Whether you have low pressure for your hot water, cold water instead of hot, or no water at all, this is one of the most common problems with water heaters. Our experienced technicians will quickly identify the cause of the problem and recommend the best solution to get your hot water back.

Rust Colored Hot Water

If you notice your hot water faucet is producing a rust-colored liquid you need to act fast, as this can be a sign of a serious problem that often requires total system replacement. Call Absolute Plumbing as soon as possible to pinpoint the cause and correct the issue.

Decreased Efficiency

If you’ve noticed your hot water system is not performing as well as it used to or your energy consumption has gone up, it could be a sign that your system is just too old. Our technicians can assess the age and performance of your system and provide a water heater replacement if necessary.