The adage “out of sight, out of mind” holds true for water heaters in the minds of most property owners. As long as hot water for showers, dish washing, and hand washing is present, everyone's happy. However, when there's no hot water at all, or it takes too long to heat, then emergency hot water heater repair may be needed at your Houston property. Generally, there are only a few elements in a water heater that can go wrong. But rather than attempt to fix it yourself and risking damaging your Houston property’s water heater, seek the services of trained professionals. When you call Chavez Plumbing for help, you can expect world-class work from one of the area’s most trusted plumbing companies.
Houston’s Go-To Provider of Emergency Water Heater Repair Services
If water at your property isn’t warming up, heating element could be compromised, in which case emergency water heater Houston experts should be called. When all else fails, emergency water heater replacement Houston may be necessary. When too little hot water enters the house, it could be due to a variety of reasons, one being the thermostat. In winter, water goes through colder pipes, so the temperature will need to be raised slightly. The heating element could be at fault, or the heater is simply too small for the size of the house. Luckily, one of our water heater experts can visit your property and diagnose what is causing inappropriately cold water to flow.
Over or Underheated Water? Consider Emergency Water Heater Repairs
If you’re dealing with inappropriately hot water at your Houston property and don't know how to lower the temperature or are afraid of messing something up, seek the help of our emergency hot water heater repair team. If the temperature doesn't decrease enough, a new thermostat might be in order. In regard to cold water, water heaters reheat water in about an hour, so if it takes longer than that, the heating element or thermostat might need replacement. Either way, calling an emergency water heater company like Houston’s Chavez Plumbing will ensure that cool as well as warm water appropriately flow through the applicable plumbing fixtures of your home or business.
Combat Dirty or Underpressurized Water with an Emergency Water Heater Replacement
Many older homes were built with cold water in and hot water out of half-inch pipes, so if you’re having issues with the pipes of your older home in Houston, you may need to upgrade to the modern ¾ inch pipes, through which more water flows. Corrosion of the anode rod or the tank may also cause dirty brown or rusty hot water. It's not difficult to replace the anode rod, but if it's shot, then the tank itself will likely need replacing. If you ever find yourself needing emergency hot water heater repair or replacement services at your Houston home or business, know that our experts can handle that for you.