No hot water? Not enough hot water? These could be signs your water heater is failing or has failed.
Our emergency water heater plumbers have the knowledge to troubleshoot the problem fast 24-HOURS a day.
We are trained to solve all water heater repair problems day or night for homeowners living in our Los Angeles plumbing service areas.
How to prevent water heater repair problems
Whether your water heater leaks, makes a lot of noise, stops producing hot water, or is just not working – we can fix and repair it.
Our experienced technicians have years of experience repairing all types of hot water heaters. Gas, Oil, Electric, Tankless .. we know how-to make it heat water fast and regular again.
Water heaters are designed to be very durable. However, over time water heater repairs are required before it becomes necessary to replace and install a new water heating unit.
Preventative maintenance of a water heater is essential to maintain a reliable source of hot water for your home or business. Neglecting it over time can result in a costly repair.
Below are the most common water heater repairs we perform to prevent problems and maximize its warranty life:
- Drain Water Heater Tank
- Flush Water Heater Tank
- Repair Water Heater Leaks
- Insulate Water Heater Tank
- Adjust Water Heater Thermostat
- De-Scale (De-Lime) Water Heater Tank
- Adjust Water Heater Pressure
- Replace Temperature Relief Valves
- Repair Water Heater Dip Tube or Anode
We tell our customers with “hard” water how important it is they drain their heater periodically or else the unit’s drain valve can become blocked and cause sediment build up. This in turn can decreases their water heater’s efficiency and lead to more problems.
In general most water heater manufacturers recommend draining every 6-12 months. Many manufacturers, like Bradford White, now offer “self cleaning” features. Regardless, we still recommend draining it and flushing it out on an annual basis. We offer this service in our annual plumbing maintenance service plans.
It’s also important customers that own a water heater not equipped with a self-diagnostic system remember to flush their water heater at least once or twice a year. Like draining, flushing can keep the deposit buildup to a minimum, improve the water heater’s efficiency, and extend its life.