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Water Heater Repair and Installation in King City
Is your water heater on its last leg? Call (705)7335154 for repairs and replacements in King City, ON.
Soaking in a hot bath after a hard day at work is great, thanks to your wonderful water heater. We depend on our water heater to make our lives easier, but when they stop working your normal routine can be thrown off balance. The top sign that you will need to have your water heater serviced is if you are not receiving any hot water. Read on for other problem signs to look out for. If any of the below sound familiar, contact us for immediate service in King City and
What are Signs Your Water Heater Needs Repair or Replacement?
If your water heater tank is leaking, your unit could be corroded. A leak often means your entire water heater will need to be replaced.
If your water heater is making strange sounds, there could be a clogged component within the unit, or there could be leaking. The flow (or lack of) can cause the water passing through to make strange noises.
Change in water color:
A sign of a faulty water heater is a change in your water’s quality. Brownish-red or a dirty yellow color in your water could indicate buildup in your water heater. This buildup will damage your unit if not removed in a timely manner.
Lack of hot water:
If your hot water supply does not seem to last long enough to fill that relaxing bath, or the water is not as warm as it should be, this could point to water heater failure. Our technicians will diagnose the problem and present options for repair or replacement.
How Long Do Water Heaters Last?
Traditional tank water heaters have an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years. The newer tankless varieties have a longer service life at 20 years or more. With regular maintenance, you can expect your water heater to last longer than average.
Hot water is an essential part of everyday life. When that is interrupted by water heater failure, it is a great inconvenience. Water heater problems should be addressed as soon as possible to avoid major home damage.
Call us today at (705)7335154 to schedule your FREE in-home estimate!