Siler City Water Heater Repair
Everyone in the family has their morning rituals that can’t be skipped. For most people that routine includes a hot shower to start the day. Miss out on that shower, and you or a family member may get the morning off on the complete wrong foot.
A water heater that doesn’t pump out hot water isn’t worth much. The fix might be something as simple as a thermostat adjustment. It could also be time for a whole new water heater. The point is, you won’t know until you have an expert investigate the problem. The longer you wait to call in a Siler City Water Heater expert, the longer your family will be complaining about cold water.
Contact Full Stack Plumbing of Siler City today if something’s not working right on your water heater.
Water Heater Inspections from Siler City’s Full Stack Plumbers
When our highly-trained and experienced Siler City plumbers take a look at your water heater, they’ll be tracking down the root of the problem. Some companies would try to sell you a whole new water heater when a simple part replacement is all that’s needed.
We don’t waste your time or your money. We pin down the issue and if it’s an easy fix, then that’s all we charge you for.
There are a few simple things you can try before calling us. Both electric and gas water heaters use electricity and are wired into your circuit breaker box. You can check the circuit your water heater runs through and make sure it hasn’t been flipped by a surge.
Gas water heaters also have their pilot lights go out from time to time. You can check to see if there’s a flame. If you don’t feel comfortable relighting it, we can do that for you.
Beyond those two simple solutions, our Siler City Water Heater plumbers will be checking for a few more serious problems.
- Electric Water Heater Repairs – A faulty thermostat could also mean a new thermostat is required. We can replace it. Heating elements in older water heaters can stop working. We may have to replace one or both elements, but once they are working, hot water will return. Your water heater may also have accumulated sediment in the tank. Flushing it out might restore your hot water and keep it working at peak efficiency longer.
- Gas Water Heater Issues – A new thermocouple sensor might fix your issue. This sensor monitors the pilot light and makes sure it’s working before it allows gas to enter. A gas regulator valve sometimes gives out. It can be replaced.
A leaking tank will mean you’ll have to invest in a new water heater. Our trained professionals can help you select a model that will provide for your family’s hot water needs. We’ll also make sure your selection will fit in your old space and will connect to your hookups.
We can install a new water heater in your Siler City home and have your bathrooms and kitchen delivering hot water again. Our Siler City Water Heater service providers also handle tankless water heater repair and installation.
The Advantages of Full Stack Siler City Water Heater Plumbers
Our expert plumbers know Chatham County well and we know how much Siler City families rely on the hot water to start their days. We provide fast and reliable repairs and installations that you can count on for years to come.
Our staff is fully licensed, certified, and insured. We are also good listeners. We want to partner with you to determine the best solution for your water heater issues.
Full Stack Plumbing offers affordable prices. We also practice transparent pricing. This means you’ll know what you’re paying for and what services you’ll get for your money.
Call Full Stack Plumbing for Siler City Water Heater Repair
Whether you are experiencing the slow loss of hot water or your water heater has quit working completely, the experts at Full Stack Plumbing are your source for hot water heater repair.
Our team of licensed plumbers repairs electric, gas, or tankless water heaters. Full Stack Plumbing is also your source for Siler City water heater maintenance as well as other plumbing installation and plumbing repair services. Don’t suffer through any more cold showers! Contact us today and tell us about your water heater issue.