Expert Water Heater Repair in Atlanta
A lot of circumstances can influence the life cycle of a water heater, but the majority last between 10 and 15 years.
Part of the 27 million American households with a water heater that’s past 10 years old? You should think about installing a new one. When it stops working, it can leave you with a mess in your Atlanta home.
If you discover it isn’t cost-effective to repair your water heater, call on Peachtree Service Experts to help you select a new water heater that will meet your family’s needs and work with your budget.
We have many ENERGY STAR®-rated water heaters to pick from and we are professionals at water heater installation. Plus, we support our services with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year.*
Howard from Service Experts came to fix our hot water heater. He walked us through ordering all the parts which were under warranty, he was punctual, and worked quickly. In addition to giving us back hot water he was so personable. He talked to my kids the whole time and pretended to be Olaf from Frozen while they pretended to be Anna and Elsa. Great plumber and great person! Thank you!
Common Water Heater Problems
If you discover your water heater is leaking, switch off your home’s water valve. It’s usually located in your basement, close to your furnace or water heater, or under your kitchen sink.
Then reach Peachtree Service Experts at 678-235-9699 right away. Even a minor leak can cause major damage to your home.
A leaky tank may be indicating you need to get a new water heater.
Not Enough Hot Water
Not getting anyor insufficient warm water out of your tap? If you use a gas water heater, the pilot light could be malfunctioning.
If you don’t know how to get to the bottom of this, call us. We’ll take care of the problem.
A lack of hot water may also mean that your water heater is giving out and needs to be replaced.
Water is Too Hot or Too Cold
Your water heater may be too small. We can help you calculate your usage and solve the issue.
Other Water Heater Problems
These signals can be an indication that your water heater is about to break:
- Booming noises coming from the tank
- Tinted, milky-colored or rusty water
- Foul-smelling water
- Leaking pressure relief valve
Since water heaters commonly hold 50 gallons of water, a breakdown can lead to a destructive flood.
Like with any other appliance, annual maintenance is important. We recommend checking out our Advantage Program to potentially avoid problems with your water heater.