Santa Barbara Plumbers understand how important a gas water heater is in any home and how frustrating it can be when your gas water heater breaks. Taking cold showers is never fun, especially when your whole family has to deal with it too. We want you to be able to live comfortably in your home, which is why we guarantee we can fix your water heater in just one visit, using only the best plumbing tools to get the job done efficiently and effectively.
How Often Do I Need to Replace My Water Heater?
The average life of a water heater is around 8 to 12 years. If your water heater is on the older side, the repairs you do to it may not hold as well, and this, in the end, will cause you to pay more money for more repairs throughout the end of your water heater’s life. Simplify your life and save yourself some money by getting a new water heater. We are more than happy to be there to set it up so you and your family can start using hot water that day!
How to Know When Your Water Heater Needs to be Serviced?
Beyond having to deal with taking cold showers, there are a couple other signs that will indicate your water heater is in need of service.
– A knocking sound when you turn your hot water on is a sign that your tank may have some hard residue built up in it, and it may be time to flush out the tank so that sediment can be removed completely.
– If your water looks discolored, this could be a sign that your tank is rusting.
– If you see your water heater is leaking at the base, give us a call right way. This is a major sign that your water heater may be at the end of its life and it’s time to get a new one.
Plumber Santa Barbara Will Maintain, Repair or Replace Your Water Heater
No matter if you need your water heater maintained, repaired or replaced, we’ll do it all. Our plumbers have over 40 years of experience working with gas water heaters.
If it’s time to replace your water heater, feel free to consult us on your next model. We’ll make sure you purchase the right water heater for your home and budget. And we’ll even put together a yearly schedule to make sure you receive yearly maintenance on your water heater, to ensure future breaks in your system are prevented.