Is your water heater not functioning like it used to? Maybe it is not producing as much hot water, or maybe it is producing none at all. Either way, you are most likely in need of our water heater repair service.
Here at Atlanta Water Lines, our plumbers are trustworthy. We have been servicing the area for many years, collecting more and more experience as time progresses. As a result, our plumbers are prepared for whatever comes their way. We train our plumbers well before they can work alone, making sure to pass the experience from plumber to plumber.
When it comes to water heater repair, we understand that this is an urgent matter. This is why we offer an emergency plumbing service. This emergency service does not only apply to water heater repair. Any time you encounter a plumbing issue after hours that need to be fixed right away, just give us a call. Our emergency line is open twenty-four hours per day seven days per week. We will do our best to answer every call we receive so that you can avoid plumbing disasters.
Offering professional water heater repair service
We offer our plumbing services for both residences and commercial properties, making them available to homes, businesses, retail locations, and offices. Water heater repair is not the only plumbing service our experienced plumbers provide. We offer sewer line repair, water line repair, drain cleaning, and more. If you are in need of a brand new water heater, we can install one for you. If you need a whole house water filtration system, we can install this as well.
If you are unsure whether or not your water heater requires repair, consider these four signs. The first sign is age. If your water heater is nearing ten years of age, you should consider having it inspected. Chances are, it is nearing failure. It might be able to be repaired, but generally, water heaters should be replaced around every ten years or so.
Rusty water is another indication that your water heater is about to fail. If rusty water is coming out of your water heater from the hot side that enters your home, it is likely rusting from the inside out. This rust has the potential to eventually cause a leak in your water heater. Rusty water can also indicate that your pipes are galvanized. To identify the culprit of the rusty water, run hot water into a bucket continuously. If the water runs clear after three buckets of rusty water, the pipes are likely the issue. If the water continues to be rusty after the third bucket, the issue is probably the water heater.
As time progresses, sediment builds up on the bottom of your water heater’s tank. When the water heater warms up, this sediment will make a rumbling sound. This rumbling sound is usually a good indication that your water heater requires repair or replacement. Finally, the last sign is pooling around your water heater. Any moisture surrounding the water heater that should not be there indicates a leak in the water heater, which requires repair.
If you are interested in water heater repair services, contact us here at Atlanta Water Lines today.