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Water Heater Repair in Central Indiana

Water Heater Repairs for Conventional and Tankless Hot Water Heater Equipment

Regardless of the type of water heater you have, it’s important to keep in tip-top shape and repair problems before they snowball into larger issues. Poor temperature control, poor water quality, leaking water, and not enough hot water are common plumbing problems that can impact Indiana homeowners over the lifespan of a unit. Such issues impact all types of water heater equipment, such as an electric water heater, gas water heater, propane water heater, conventional storage unit, or tankless water heaters.

If you are having problems with your water heater, it is time to schedule water heater repairs. The sooner you schedule an appointment with a plumber, the better chance they’ll have to fix your problem and keep you comfortable while they do it. Think of repair services as an insurance policy for your plumbing system—it might just save your hot water heater and your hot water pipes!

If you need water heater repair services, Williams Comfort Air can help! Our licensed Indiana plumbers are experts at working on both water heater tank and tankless units in your home. We perform hot water heater repair for all brands and models, and can ensure that your unit is operating safely and efficiently. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with all of your water heater repair needs!

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Water Heater Repair Services in Central Indiana

Are you looking for a hot water heater repair service? A few signs of a water heater in need of repair include no hot water, standing water at the bottom of your tank, and irregular heating temperatures. If you think your hot water heater may be malfunctioning or showing symptoms of an impending malfunction, don’t wait! Call in one of our trusted plumbers right away!

Our team will perform an evaluation that includes testing natural gas water heater tank units or electric water heater tanks to diagnose problems with operation. Upon diagnosing any problems with your conventional storage unit water heater, we perform dependable hot water heater repairs. To learn more about our services and schedule a visit from one of our expert technicians, give us a call today!

Tankless Water Heater Repair Services in Central Indiana

Tankless water heaters are more energy efficient than conventional models, but they’re also more complicated and prone to different issues. Thankfully, there are professionals who specialize in tankless heater repair in Central Indiana, for both tankless gas water heaters and tankless electric water heaters.

Williams Comfort Air’s repair services will have your tankless water heater running correctly in no time flat. Repair services improve the performance of your tankless water heater, and help them achieve energy efficient operation as they heat water when called for by a hot water faucet in the home.

Emergency Water Heater Repairs in Central Indiana

A broken water heater can be frustrating, but it doesn’t have to keep you without hot water for long. If your water suddenly gets cold, stops working entirely, or your water heater is leaking, call a professional immediately to prevent further damage to your plumbing appliance and your home.

Emergency water heater repairs from Williams Comfort Air can get your system back on track before you know it, so you don’t have to suffer from another cold shower! We perform emergency repair services for conventional water heater tanks as well as tankless models throughout the Central Indiana area. Call us anytime, day or night – we are available 24/7/365 to assist you.

Types of Water Heaters

Conventional storage water heaters are most commonly found in Indiana homes. This type of water has been around for decades and is the type of appliance most people think of when it comes to heating water. Water heats up inside the tank, where it is stored for eventual use. Gas water heaters and propane water heaters use a pilot light and gas burner to create heat, which the heating elements use to increase hot water temperature. An electric water heater uses an electric element to raise the water temperature to the designated heat setting.

Another popular water heater option is a tankless model. Tankless water heaters do not store hot water for later use. Instead, water is heated as soon as it is called for and sent through the supply pipes to the appropriate shower, faucet, or other tap. These water heaters are an energy efficient and space-saving option that will generate hot water for the household over many years.

Signs Your Water Heater Needs Repairs

While water heaters are built to last for many years, there are certain indications that you may need to schedule a hot water heater repair.

  • The water heater repeatedly trips the circuit breaker or is constantly leading to a blown fuse in your fuse box
  • Cold water or lukewarm water from your hot water faucet
  • Discoloration or odor from your water supply
  • Leaking water through the tank’s outer shell
  • Standing water underneath or around your hot water tank or tankless unit
  • Low hot water pressure
  • Hot water doesn’t last as long as it used to

If you experience any of these problems, it is time for a hot water heater repair. Call the licensed Indiana plumbers of Williams Comfort Air to diagnose your water heater issues and complete repairs right away!

Common Water Heater Problems and Repairs

As plumbers, there are water heater problems that we tend to see more often than others. If an issue ever occurs with your tank or tankless unit, it’s likely going to be one of the more common malfunctions. Our plumbers share some of the common water heater repairs we perform every day so you can get a better idea of the work that might need to be performed on your gas water heater or electric water heater.

Water Leaks

Leaks are one of the most common problems with water heaters, both tankless and storage types. Many different malfunctions can lead to leaking from the  hot water heater, including:

  • Malfunctioning temperature and pressure relief valve, which requires fixing or replacing this component.
  • High water pressure sends hot water leaking out of the pressure relief valve, which may require flushing the water heater to remove sediment and water minerals that have collected forming mineral deposits, replacing the dip tube, cleaning or replacing supply pipes or installing a new water heater.
  • Overheating of the heating element due to mineral deposits, which causes cracks and may require flushing the system, replacing the heating element, or replacing the unit.
  • Loose plumbing connections, which requires tightening the supply and outgoing pipe connections.
  • Deterioration of glass liners inside the tank, which requires the installation of a new water heater.

Anode Rod Replacement

A tank water heater has a component called an anode rod, which is essential to protecting the system. An anode rod sits in the water tank so that water minerals react to its material and they don’t begin eating away at the metal tank lining. The anode rod should be replaced about every 5 years, according to the average maintenance schedule.

Temperature Problems

Lukewarm or cold water when you turn on the hot faucet is another common issue. Temperature problems can be associated with:

  • A faulty thermostat that misreads the temperature setting or the high temperature limit, triggering the high temperature cutoff switch prematurely. This may require repairs or replacement of the part.
  • Bad heating elements, which can require repair or replacement of the heating element or the water heater.
  • Heat loss from the water heater or pipes. Adding insulation can produce higher heat retention as water flows to taps.
  • A faulty pilot light or extinguished pilot flame, which may require replacement of the pilot light.
  • A lack of power due to a faulty circuit breaker, which can require replacement of the circuit breaker.

Gas Water Heater Problems

Tank and tankless gas water heater units can experience gas leaks if there is damage to the gas line, gas valve, or venting system. A plumber is able to inspect the gas line and water heater components behind the access panel and diagnose the source of the gas leak. Fixing this issue may require replacement of the gas valve, repairs to the venting system, or installation of a new gas line.

If you have knowledge of water heater systems, you can try some troubleshooting steps when and if you find a problem with your unit. You can accidentally make things worse if you don’t know what you’re doing, so please exercise caution when doing so.

If you aren’t a water heater expert, don’t worry – that’s what we’re here for! Your Williams Comfort Air plumber will be able to complete repairs that keep your hot water flowing and prevent you from the need for an expensive water heater replacement whenever possible. Whenever you experience sudden cold water, water leaks, or other water heater problems, call our team as soon as possible to schedule water heater repair services in your Central Indiana  home. Our plumbing staff can do every type of repair, from replacing a heating element to correct cold water problems to replacing your entire unit if necessary.

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