Water Heater Repair
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Water Heater Repair For Ocala
Water Heater Repair
If your water heater is running out of hot water or not producing hot water at all, you have come to the right place. Johnson Brothers Plumbing can diagnose and repair your water heater and have your Ocala home or business back up and running with hot water.
How do you know you need a new water heater?
- You have no hot water
- Your water heater is over 10 years old
- Your hot water is a rusty color
- You have leaks around your water heater tank
We fix and repair ALL water heater models.
Prompt, Professional, and Affordable Prices on all of our water heater repair services in Ocala, Fl.
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5 Common Water Heater Problems
Problem 1: No Hot Water
There is nothing worse than expecting a hot shower and nothing but cold water is coming out of the shower head! There are a few reasons you could have no hot water. It could be electrical, a broken thermostat, or failing heating elements. A proper diagnosis and repair will get your hot water back.
Problem 2: Inadequate Hot Water
This is your problem when you start out with hot water but quickly turns cold. If your water heater is producing some hot water but can not sustain the temperature then there are a few issues that could be causing the problem. There fould be sediment in the tank, you could have failing elements, or a damaged dip tube. A proper diagnosis and repair will get your hot water heater producing hot water again.
Problem 3: Rusty or Smelly Water
This can be quite a surprise when you turn on your faucet to discover discolored water or a nasy rotten egg smell. The two common reason for this problem could be pipe corrosion or bacteria buildup.
Problem 4: Strange Noises
If you are hearing strange noises coming from your basement or garage, it’s probably just your water heater begining to fail. If you hear low rumbling or popping noise, then it is the sound of boiling water. Excessive buildup of sediment in the bottom of the tank is causing the tank to overheat whihc is causing the water to boil. This is a sure sign that you have sediment buildup in your tank.
If you are hearing hissing sounds coming from a water heater, then this could indicate that there is a leak in the tank that’s allowing water to drop down onto the burner. Again, a proper diagnosis and repair will get your water heater up and running again.
Problem 5: Water Leak Around Base of Heater
This problem is pretty obvious – you have a leaky water heater! And if it is not taken care of quickly, you could be in for a disaster! The cause of this problem could be a faulty relief valve, a leak coming from a nearby pipe, or even the connection to the water heater. If you have water around or near your hot water heater, you need to take immediate action.