Water Heater Repair Philadelphia - House Appliance Repairs
Comprehensive Water Heater Repair Services in Philadelphia
- No hot water or inadequate hot water supply
- Leaking water heaters
- Strange noises coming from the unit
- Rust-colored water or unpleasant odors
- Inconsistent water temperature
1.Water heater inspection: Our technicians thoroughly assess your water heater to identify the root cause of the problem and recommend the best course of action.
2.Heating element repair or replacement: We can repair or replace faulty heating elements to restore your water heater’s efficiency and performance.
3.Thermostat repair or replacement: Our team can fix or replace malfunctioning thermostats to ensure proper temperature regulation.
4.Leak repair: We can address leaks caused by loose connections, damaged valves, or a corroded tank, preventing further damage and potential hazards.
5.Tank flushing and sediment removal: Our technicians can flush your water heater tank and remove sediment buildup to improve efficiency and prolong the unit’s lifespan.
6.Anode rod replacement: We can replace worn-out anode rods to prevent corrosion and extend the life of your water heater.
7.Pressure relief valve repair or replacement: Our team can fix or replace a faulty pressure relief valve to ensure the safe operation of your water heater.
Common Water Heater Problems
Water heaters can experience various issues over time, resulting from wear and tear, aging, or other factors. Some common water heater problems include:
- Need for more hot water: This could be due to a malfunctioning thermostat, a broken heating element, or an undersized water heater for your household’s needs.
- Factors: Loose connections, damaged valves, or a corroded tank are some of the factors that can lead to water leaks.
- Strange noises: Rumbling, popping, or hissing noises can indicate sediment buildup, a faulty pressure relief valve, or a failing heating element.
- Discolored water: Rusty or brownish water may be due to corroded pipes, a failing anode rod, or sediment buildup in the tank.
- Foul-smelling water: Unpleasant odors can be caused by bacteria growing in the tank or a reaction between the anode rod and water.
Brands We Repair and Install
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Why Should Choose Us?
When you trust House Appliance Repairs with your water heater repair needs, you can expect the following:
Our technicians are certified and experienced and undergo regular training to stay up-to-date with the latest water heater technologies and repair techniques.
We understand the urgency of water heater repairs and strive to provide prompt and efficient service, with same-day or next-day appointments when possible.
We handle all types of water heater issues, whether you have a traditional tank-based unit or a tankless system, and service all major brands and models.
What Our Clients Often Asks:
House Appliance Repairs provides a range of services for water heaters, including installation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of both tankless and traditional tank-type water heaters.
To schedule an appointment for water heater repair, visit the House Appliance Repairs website and fill out the contact form, or call the customer support number provided on the website.
Water heater repair costs vary depending on the issue, labor, and parts required. It’s best to contact House Appliance Repairs for a personalized quote based on your specific needs.
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Common signs that your water heater may need repair include:
- Inadequate hot water or no hot water at all
- Discolored or foul-smelling water
- Strange noises coming from the water heater
- Leaks or puddles around the water heater
- A pilot light that frequently goes out
The time it takes to repair a water heater depends on the issue and its complexity. Simple repairs can be completed within a few hours, such as replacing a thermostat or heating element.
The decision to repair or replace your water heater depends on factors such as the age of the water heater, the extent of the damage, and the cost of repairs. If your water heater is nearing the end of its lifespan (10-15 years for tank-type, 20+ years for tankless) and the cost of repairs is more than half the cost of a new unit, it may be more cost-effective to replace it.
While a knowledgeable homeowner can do some minor repairs and maintenance, having professionals handle water heater repairs is generally recommended. That ensures the repairs are done correctly, safely, and in compliance with local codes and regulations.