Water Heater Repair & Installs Logan UT

technician doing system repair

Water heater repair and installations are done when your old or existing water heater is no longer able to heat and distribute water accordingly to your plumbing system. This can happen when your attached pipes are clogged or dirty or the units are simply old and outdated, rusted from the inside, or are no longer safe to operate. In order to meet code standards for health and safety, your water heaters should be updated to your pipe systems to provide the most efficient water distribution internally.

Water Heater Repairs

Water heater repairs typically involve fixing minor leaks that occur in the valves and connected plumbing pipes. However, if the water heater tank itself is leaking, it often needs to be replaced and quickly to avoid serious hazards and combustion. Other repairs involving the attached plumbing and the temperature and pressure can be adjusted and altered, assuming there is no structural issue with the water heater itself. Water heaters can be costly to replace, so it’s best to have annual inspections that can pick up on the potential for new or existing leaks that you may be unaware of. Most leaks can happen due to age, forceful puncture, rusting, and more.

Water Heater Installations

If your water heater is non-repairable, or it has a serious leak, you may be wondering, “where can I find water heater repairs near me?!” Fortunately, we’ve got you covered! We help with removing the dangerous and leaky water heater to a safer location and installing a new one that’s updated and regulated to building code standard, and is able to completely heat all of the water connection units in your home.

Types of Water Heaters

There are different types of water heaters available that we can both repair or install. Depending on your home’s build year, your hot water usage, and your budget, we can recommend water heater tanks, tankless heaters, and heat pumps. Each provides a different function for operating and distributing heated water throughout your home, but typically depends on your preferences and what can be effortlessly installed into your home. If you’re in the market for on-demand hot water, then a tankless heater might be more efficient, but can bear higher upfront costs, while a traditional water heater tank can store more water for reserve use at a lower installation price.

Water Heater Cleaning

Your water heater requires frequent cleaning in order to prevent leaks and combustion. Since most water has other metals and chemicals in it, it can cause sediment to build up and form thick and solid layers in the bottom of your water heater tank. When this happens, it can be difficult for water to heat appropriately or pass through the tank like normal and without issue. Excess sediment can also lead to potential fire hazards. To avoid all this, we recommend having professionals drain and clean out the sediment often and before it has time to build up and cause issues.