Water heaters, no matter what brand you purchase them from, are by no means perfect - after all, they are devices, and like any device, they can break or have other issues that will affect the quality of your water. The important thing is not to panic and find out what could be the reason behind it and learn how to fix it.
In this section, you will find everything you need to know about troubleshooting your water heater. It doesn’t matter if you wish to understand why your hot water is cloudy, want to know what to do when your water heater gets frozen, or find out how to fix water damage caused by a leaking water heater - you’ll find all the answers here.
Keep in mind that in case of any doubts or questions, you can always reach out to us - as plumbers, we have dealt with a fair share of water heaters. To get in touch with us, just fill out the contact form available on our website - someone will contact you as soon as they are able to do so.
I don’t know about you, but I prefer to take a shower with warm water instead of cold water.
A water heater leaking from the bottom is not always an indication of tank failure. Before you resign yourself to replacing the entire water heater, take a few minutes to determine where the leak is actually coming from, and you may be able to fix the leak yourself with little or no cost.
Water heaters may make a wide variety of noises, sometimes indicating a problem, and sometimes nothing to worry about at all. On the other hand, identifying the noises being made can give you early warning of components that need maintenance or replacement.
You turn on the hot water faucet, wait for the water to heat up, and after almost a minute, it’s still running cold. Maybe you stepped into a nice, hot shower, but the water gets cold within just a few minutes and ruins your nice relaxing shower.
Installing your new water heater is only a moderately complicated task. The important things to remember are to take the steps in their proper order, recognize you are dealing with both water and power and brief yourself on the steps before you dive in.