Water Heater Repair in Spring, TX
Our Spring water heater repair team knows hot water is one of the things we take for granted in our daily lives. We wake up in the morning and take a hot shower, pull a clean cup from the dishwasher for a cup of coffee and wash our hands before heading out the door to work. Imagine how different those three things would be without hot water. You'd get up and take a cold shower and be jolted awake, head down to the kitchen and scrub off a dirty cup that didn't come clean in the cold dishwasher and then freeze your hands under cold tap water before leaving for work. In the first scenario you have a good chance of being in a good mood, in the second there's no chance.
What Causes Broken Water Heaters?
What causes a water heater to go bad? Well that's the million dollar question isn't it? A water heater is a rather simple piece of machinery with only a few working parts – a storage tank, a heat source, a temperature controller, a sacrificial anode and a temperature and pressure release valve. If any of these particular parts fails the water heater will not function properly. Our Spring water heater repair team checks every one of these components during a standard inspection. If any problems are found, we report them to you immediately along with any possible effects on performance that you may see.
Let Us Help You Make the Right Choice About Your Water Heater
Most of the time that we are called in to service a water heater it is because the heater hasn't been taken care of and is beyond our ability to save. If it can be saved for a decent price we'll make sure that we do it, but in most cases we'll be suggesting a new installation. If your water heater is over 10 years old, a new heater will be up to 40% more efficient than your old unit.
As always, our water heater repair service comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We'll make sure everything is done to your standards before we leave the building. You'll have hot water flowing, there will be no leaks and you'll have a good understanding of exactly what you need to do to maintain the performance of your new unit so you don't run into the same problem that we found in ten years time.