Repairing Water Heaters in San Diego County
Although we know that our ancestors had to undergo an extensive and arduous process to heat their water (or else just bathe in icy waters), it is hard to imagine these circumstances today. When we have powerful water heaters that instantly warm up our showers and cooking water in a few seconds, it is easy to take heated water for granted. However, as soon as your heater begins malfunctioning, your normal life can feel like it has been turned upside down. To get rapid water heater repair in Oceanside, get in touch with our devoted contractors immediately.
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Even though it is important to have our professional plumbing team absolutely confirm that your water heater needs repairs, it is a good idea to be on the lookout yourself for any suspicious signs. This way, you can proactively detect that your water heater is on the fritz before it completely breaks down. As soon as you are aware your heater is showing these warning signals, you can reach out to our technicians for sure repairs.
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- Your water temperature heats irregularly – When the temperature of your water keeps fluctuating, sometimes cold, sometimes hot, this might be from an extensive build-up of mineral deposits, preventing the heater components from functioning correctly.
- The water is discolored – If your water is not clear, but is filled with little black specks, or even turns rust-red or brown, there are major sediment issues that could be harmful for you and your family’s health. If the tank itself has suffered rust corrosion, it will likely need to be replaced.
- Strange sounds can be heard – Be on the lookout for buzzing, popping, clanking, banging, or cracking noises, which could either mean an overabundance of mineral deposits within the tank, or the dip tub has cracked or broken off.
- The hot water quickly runs out – The whole purpose of your heater is making sure that the water stays hot whenever you want to use it, so you need repairs if the elements are malfunctioning.
- Water is leaking – When there are pools of water accumulating beneath your tank, this is a dangerous situation, particularly if there are electrical appliances and fixtures located near the water. Gathered water also creates further rust and corrosion which will damage both the exterior and interior parts of your heater, damaging the whole system as well as polluting your water.
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When it comes to repairing your water heater, there are many strategies that all depend not only on the kind of heater problem that is occurring, but also the extent and length of time that the issue has gone unaddressed. In some cases, only a quick fix is needed. For example, recalibrating thermostats or cleaning the tank might take only a short amount of time. However, when parts need to be replaced, this could require more extensive support.
Our experienced contractors will examine if individual parts need to be ordered, from a dip tube that directs cold water into the base of your tank to an anode rod that has become corroded and rusted over. In certain cases, too great of an accumulation of sediment or rust within the tank itself might require your whole tank to be replaced. No matter what the problem is, you can count on Drains 4 Less to find the proper solution.