When your hot water heater breaks down or springs a leak, there is no doubt that you need it repaired asap. The only real question is who to choose to perform your water heater repair in Lubbock. Likely, you will want to hire a company that has an outstanding reputation, however, reputation alone isn’t enough. You will also want a company staffed with competent plumbing professionals and customer service representatives who can understand your specific water heater related issue. Someone who will listen first and provide repair options and pricing to fit your needs. Finally, a competitively priced company who takes care of the customer by providing them with fair, reasonable, and up-front prices before any work begins. If these are the qualities you are looking for in a plumber to perform your water heater repair in Lubbock, Texas, you’ve come to the right place!
Our team here at Action Air & Plumbing in Lubbock Texas is dedicated to all of the above! Oh, and in case we forgot to mention it, we even take it one step further, providing 100% water heater repair estimates to all Lubbock residents.
It is basically a given, if you own a home long enough you will eventually face the need to replace or repair its hot water heater. Lubbock residents should rest assured that Action Air & Plumbing is here to help. Regardless of the reason your hot water heater has stopped working correctly, we can walk you through all of your option for a simple repair or complete replacement depending on what options are available to us once we take a look at the unit. The average hot water heater lasts somewhere between 6-10 years depending on the quality of the water supply, sediment build up in the tank, and frequency of maintenance.
A properly maintained unit can see as many as 12-15 solid years of functionality. However, most homeowners are unaware that water heaters need any maintenance at all leading to neglected units seeing shorter lifespans that they should.
The first and most common sign of a failing hot water heat is a lack of sufficient hot water supply. The most common causes of a lack of hot water is sediment build up in the bottom of the tank. When a sediment (minerals from water & rust from inside the tank) builds up along the bottom of a hot water heater, it acts as insulation, preventing the heating element (burner at the bottom of the tank) from coming into contact with the water. No contact, no hot water, simple. Another common issue is complete and sudden loss of hot water. When this happens there can be several causes, with gas units, we typically see something as simple as a pilot light going out. With electric units the issues can be more complex.
Additional signs of a malfunctioning hot water heater include:
If you are suffering from a sudden lack of hot water or are experiencing any of the signs above, contact a professional hot water heater repair company in Lubbock today! We can help you to diagnose the issue at its root and provide you options for repair.