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  • Camden
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  • Clarks Hill
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  • Kirklin
  • Lafayette
  • Monon
  • Monticello
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  • Rossville
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  • Stockwell
  • West Lafayette
  • Westpoint
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Water Heater Repair Services in Lafayette, IN

Often people take the benefit of hot water for granted until they don’t have it to wash their hands or do laundry. When the water heater malfunctions, suddenly everyone recognizes how often hot water is used around the house. When you need a respected plumber to get hot water back in your home, Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling is there for you.

Our professional team has helped homeowners with water heater repair in Lafayette for over fifty years. Throughout the years, we’ve shown our dedication to quality craftsmanship and superior customer service. Homeowners can rely on Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling to provide the plumbing services they need because we only hire insured, licensed, and properly trained plumbing technicians.

Professional Water Heater Repair Services

Our skilled technicians have completed water heater repairs all over Lafayette and the surrounding areas, helping people in thousands of homes over the years. As a result, we have seen nearly everything, so we are well-equipped to tackle any plumbing issue we encounter. Our technicians are on-call 24/7, so you can have peace of mind knowing we will always be there to help when a plumbing emergency happens.

Signs You May Need a Water Heater Repair

The most common reason people call for a water heater repair is that they are not getting hot water. However, there are other signs that it could be time for water heater maintenance and repair, including the following.

Lack of Hot Water

The hot water stored in a typical water heater is in a reservoir that holds anywhere from 30 to 80 gallons, depending on the model. This water must stay hot to meet household needs throughout the day, so the heater cycles periodically to maintain the proper temperature for use.

If it seems your hot water is running out quicker than usual, it might be due to one of two reasons. The first is the water heater you have is not big enough to meet your needs, especially if addition was built to the home. The other reason is one or both of the heating elements do not work correctly, which means the water is insufficiently heated.

Variations in Water Temperature

As discussed above, variations in your water temperature are usually because of a faulty heating element or, with a gas water heater, an ignitor, or burner. If your water gets steaming hot sometimes then lukewarm others, it could mean the heating elements are working intermittently.

Odd Sounds in the Tank

Like the other appliances in a house, you should anticipate the water heater will make some noise. But if you hear new noises, such as popping, cracking, or banging, if the existing sound is louder, it’s time to contact a professional plumber. There are various reasons why a water heater makes strange sounds, but you need an experienced plumber to figure out the problem and how to fix it.

Discolored Water

As a water heater operates, sediment naturally collects at the bottom of the tank. When you get the tank drained during yearly maintenance, this sediment is flushed away. Despite this fact, sediment can still find its way into the water, turning it brown or red. Sometimes, there are dark flecks in the water.

If a skilled plumbing technician flushes the tank and the water remains discolored, it could mean your tank is rusting inside, and you will likely need to replace the water heater.

Leaks

A leak can be a major or minor problem based on the location of the leak. If the heater’s drain valve leaks, it is typically an easy fix for most plumbers. But, if the leak is in the body of the tank, your only option is to replace the tank as soon as possible.

Repair or Replace

While we are always willing to fix a unit, sometimes our technicians recommend installing a new water heater, especially if the equipment is over ten years old. Routine repairs can extend the life of most units, but at some point, it makes more sense to spend the money to replace the heater. If you want additional information about water heater replacement, contact the professionals at Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling now.

Water Heater Repair Near Me

Our expert team has provided Lafayette water heater repair since 1969, and we believe our valued customers are the heart of our business. We strive to ensure every customer is completely satisfied with our work and will do anything to achieve that goal. If you want water heater repair service, contact us today at Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling to schedule an appointment.

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