Residential Water Heaters in Silverdale
Like so many other household luxuries, a steady supply of hot water is only truly appreciated when it suddenly cuts out and you are left shivering in the shower. Whenever your hot water stops working, it can be cause for panic, which is why Service Plumbing Group is ready and waiting to inspect the water heater in your Silverdale home.
For many years, Service Plumbing Group has been providing quality water heater repairs and installations for Silverdale homes, which has allowed us to become the most trusted name in our line of work. Every home has different hot water needs. Knowing this, our team pays special attention to all the little details of your home and its plumbing system so that you aren’t inconvenienced by a sudden shortage of hot water in the future.
For a free quote on our water heater services, please contact Service Plumbing Group today.
Water Heater Repairs
Water heaters are a home plumbing appliance most Silverdale homeowners simply expect to work on a daily basis. However, they are not immune to the degrading effects that the passing of time has on us all. To prevent a sudden drought of hot water or more dire consequences, here are some of the signs your water heater requires repairs to look out for.
Your water heater is making strange noises. Over the years, sediment in the water stored builds up at the bottom of the tank. This sediment is usually made up of harmless minerals that precipitate out of the water once it gets hot. If you have hard water in your home without a water softener, the chances of these minerals building up are much higher than if you have the right filters. As the sediment levels continue to buildup in the tank, it will cause blockages, reduce the heater’s efficiency and accelerate the corrosion within the pipes. This process is why you are hearing rumbling and banging noises coming from your water heater.
As soon as you hear strange noises, contact Service Plumbing Group right away to save yourself from more costly repairs in the future.
Water is pooling around the tank. Whenever you see water dripping or pooling around the water heater’s tank, it is a sign that your water heater is leaking or fractured. This is especially common in systems between 10 and 20 years old. Unfortunately, if your water heater is cracked and leaking, there is not much we can do in terms of repairs as it will only be a temporary fix before you need an outright replacement. Excess moisture around the tank will lead to water damage, mold growth and could be an electrical hazard. Plus, a leaking water heater will be less efficient and result in more expensive water bills and wasted water.
If you have noticed water pooling around your tank, contact Service Plumbing Group immediately and we’ll assist you in installing a brand new one that won’t be putting your home at risk or wasting your valuable resources.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Service Plumbing Group today.