Water Heater Installation

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Our team can render expert repairs on both standard and tankless water heaters.

RiteWay Plumbing & Heating provides a full range of services for water heater repair and installation. Few broken appliances cause as much consternation as a water heater. Cold showers, in particular, would warrant an emergency repair for many people. Like all appliances, water heaters have a limited lifespan and can fail seemingly out of nowhere. If you learn to recognize the signs, however, you can call for repairs before your unit becomes a total loss.

If you need water heater repair in Parker, CO, give us a call today at 303-840-1876. Aside from repairs, we also offer installation services for when an old heater has simply had enough. To prolong the life of any heater, you can have it serviced upon the appearance of a few indicators. In some cases, repair can prolong the life of your appliance. Other times, you’ll simply need to purchase a new unit.

Signs You Need Water Heater Repair

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Though not always a viable option, repairs can sometimes extend the life of a water heater.

Moisture: With a water heater, all moisture should remain inside the tank or nearby pipes. If you notice the presence of moisture near your device, you have a problem. A professional can diagnose whether the problem lies with loose connectors, or if the tank has become cracked. In the case of the former, simple repairs can fix the problem. For the latter, the water heater has likely become a total loss. Small cracks in the tank will expand each time the heater gets hot, release water, and worsen over time.

Odd Sounds: As your water heater ages, mineral elements from the water will collect at its bottom. As these minerals get heated and cooled, they will gradually form a hardened sediment. If you hear odd sounds such as banging in your water heater, then some of the sediment has broken loose. A trained repairman, such as those employed at RiteWay Plumbing & Heating, can likely save your water heater through a flush operation.

Rust: The presence of rust in your hot water indicates that the water heater has probably outlived its usefulness. The rust indicates that the inside of a standard water heater’s tank has become degraded. If you ignore the problem, you can expect leaks to go along with the rusty water.

Call Us Sooner Rather Than Later

To avoid the dreaded failure of your water heater, call RiteWay Plumbing & Heating at 303-840-1876 if you notice any of the above. At RiteWay Plumbing & Heating, we stand as the preeminent source for water heater repair in Parker, CO.