Water Heater Repair
Water Heater Repair in Texas
Dealing with an aging or broken water heater is an inconvenience that no one should have to deal with. At Alliance Plumbing, we know that dreaded sinking feeling when the water goes cold in the middle of a shower or a batch of dishes, and we’re ready to find and fix the problem with unrivaled efficiency. When you call Alliance at 281-241-1305, you can expect swift service that fixes the issue right the first time, every time.
Signs It’s Time for Water Heater Repair
Wondering if it’s time to call in the professionals? Here are five signs it’s time to seek out water heater repair services.
- Temperature fluctuations: You should be able to get hot water on demand. If the water sometimes flows out hot and other times comes out lukewarm or cool, there’s something wrong that should be repaired.
- Discolored water: Discolored water can be scary and an indicator that a repair needs to take place.
- Hot water runs out: Water heaters are designed to keep enough water on hand for use at all times, so if you’re running out in the middle of your shower, it’s time to call Alliance Plumbing.
- Noisy operation: Growling and rumbling sounds can occur as a water heater ages. Call a plumber to find out if the sounds are cause for concern.
- Leaks: If water pools around the bottom of the tank, it can be pretty dangerous. Leaks must be repaired as quickly as possible.
Common Water Heater Issues
A lot can go wrong with your water heater, including the following issues Alliance sees every day:
- Too-hot water
- Slow heating
- Dirty water
- Noisy operations
- Low flow
- Pilot light and burner problems
- Mineral buildups
- Air supply or exhaust blockages
Alliance can pinpoint these issues and repair them with courtesy and skill. Just call 281-241-1305 or contact us online to schedule service.
FAQs About Water Heater Repair
There’s plenty to be curious about when it comes to your water heater. These are a few of the questions we commonly get about water heaters.
How many kinds of water heaters are there?
There are standard tank heaters and tankless systems, and they can run on either gas or electricity.
What type of water heater should I get?
There are many factors to consider, but the main difference is that tank water heaters are cheaper to install but far less efficient than tankless systems.
When should I replace my water heater?
Tank heaters wear out in about 10 to 15 years, and tankless systems need replacement every 20 years.
How can I extend the life span of my water heater?
Regular maintenance, including yearly tank flushing and anode rod replacement, will ensure you get the most out of your system.
Why Choose Alliance Plumbing?
Don’t let any old company work on your home before calling Alliance. Run by a second-generation master plumber, Alliance is dedicated to quality work and exceptional service for all our customers. We are proud to serve our community with our responsive, knowledgeable team. Have a problem or question related to your water heater?
Get answers from Alliance Plumbing at 281-241-1305 or contact us online.