Water heater issues often involve the unit's thermostat and, within a gas-powered system, the pilot light. Our specialists inspect for thermocouple failure that prevents the pilot light from igniting. We also detect if a faulty thermostat is causing your lack of hot water or if there is a bigger issue.
If it is only a thermostat problem, Plumber Near Me can resolve your hot water issue with a quick and simple repair.
Is your home's water suddenly flowing slowly? The issue often lies in your water heater. Fortunately, a professional plumber can usually restore water pressure by addressing loose bolts, a worn gasket, or faulty connections within your water heater.
Weak water pressure typically indicates a repair job rather than a full replacement. However, it is best to call our team for an inspection if you happen to notice any of these common problems. If you leave it too long, the issue could turn into an expensive exercise in replacing your whole system.
A leaking water heater is never a good sign. Even leaks that start off as minor can lead to significant water damage if you don't address the problem quickly. If you notice any pooling underneath the tank, call our team for an inspection immediately.
A replacement system will be necessary once the unit has started to leak. Until we install a new unit, you can minimize further damage by shutting off your water supply and the heater's power source.
Ineffective systems take a long time to produce hot water or don't heat at all. We can detect larger issues going on that slow down the heating process, but most cases require a new installation.
A simple way to check if you need a new water heater is to monitor your water bill. Sudden price spikes on normal water usage can signal an underlying issue with your water heater. Replacing your water heater can be cost-effective with the right planning, so why not get yourself a new unit now instead of paying higher water bills for months leading up to a new installation?
Most water heaters last a decade, with an average lifespan of between 8 and 12 years. Routine maintenance checks, or lack thereof, affect this timeline. If a unit is in good working condition, we might only advise replacing water heaters the full 12 years after installation.
Repairs address many issues in water heaters, but not all of them. If the price to fix your current system exceeds that of replacing the entire unit, the decision should be an easy one.
Do you have water heater issues? Let our team equip you with a brand-new system for a more reliable and efficient water heating experience. Plumber Near Me is a trusted source for quality water heater replacement in Barnegat, NJ.
A gas-powered water heater is usually a low-cost choice because it runs on natural gas. It features a pilot light that ignites the gas and moves it towards a main burner to heat the home's supply. Compared to gas water heater repair, electric is simpler, but our knowledgeable team handles both.
Tank systems that run on electricity differ from gas units only slightly. They have less impact on the environment by not running on fossil fuels. They also generally require less maintenance than most conventional gas water heaters.
It might be complicated to switch from electric to gas due to infrastructure costs. However, if you are interested in switching from electric to gas water heating systems, Plumber Near Me can install your new system.
Tankless water heaters provide an energy-efficient way to access warm water, so expect to save money using this modern system. Gas-powered tankless units cost more than electric-powered ones but heat larger quantities of water. Still, tankless water heater repairs differ widely based on the system's power source.
Gas-powered tankless water heaters need a venting system for safety, whereas you can install an electric tankless water heater anywhere. Whatever type you have, our team can handle tank or tankless water heater installation, repair, and maintenance.