Expert Water Heater Repair in Houston
A lot of circumstances can impact the life span of a water heater, but the majority run between 10 and 15 years.
Part of the 27 million American households with a water heater that’s more than 10 years old? It’s time to start thinking about buying a new one. When it goes out, it can leave you with a flood in your Houston home.
If you learn it isn’t economical to fix your water heater, look to Church Services to help you select a new water heater that will meet your household demands and work with your budget.
We have many ENERGY STAR®-rated water heaters to select from and we specialize in water heater installation. Plus, we stand behind our services with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year.*
Common Water Heater Problems
If you discover your water heater is leaking, turn off your home’s water valve. It’s typically situated in your basement, near furnace or water heater, or underneath your kitchen sink.
Then contact Church Services at 713-396-3760 right away. Even a small leak can cause major damage to your home.
A leaky tank may be hinting it’s time for a new water heater.
Not Enough Hot Water
Getting zero or very little warm water out of your tap? If you own a gas water heater, something could be wrong with the pilot light.
If you don’t know how to figure this out, give us a call. We’ll manage the problem.
A lack of hot water may also indicate that your water heater is on its last leg and needs to be replaced.
Water is Too Hot or Too Cold
Your water heater may be not the right size. We can help you figure out how much you need and solve the issue.
Other Water Heater Problems
These symptoms can be an indication that your water heater is about to break:
- Rumbling noises coming from the tank
- Dirty, cloudy or rusty water
- Water reeks
- Leaking pressure relief valve
Because water heaters usually hold 50 gallons of water, a breakdown can cause a damaging flood.
Like with any other appliance, regular maintenance is important. We suggest reading up on our Advantage Program to potentially avoid issues with your water heater.