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3 Signs That You Need Water Heater Repairs

Whenever you run your dishwasher, do the laundry, or shower, you are relying upon your water heater to provide you with the hot water needed to get the job done right. With the sizable role that your water heater plays in your day to day life, it should go without saying that you should schedule any necessary water heater repair services in Everett, WA as soon as possible. Before you can do so, of course, you must learn to recognize the warning signs that your system is in trouble to begin with. It may not break down entirely, at least not right away. Continue reading, and contact G & S Heating Cooling & Electric with any questions that you may have. 

Signs of Leaks or Corrosion

If you notice any signs that your water heater is leaking, no matter how slow or minor a leak you may think it to be, you must have your system repaired immediately. This is certainly possible in most cases where a connection or pipe is leaking. If you own a tank water heater, though, and the tank itself is leaking, then you may have to replace the water heater. Any signs of rust or corrosion also indicate the need for repairs.

Soaring Operational Costs

Is your water heater operating reliably, but inexplicably inefficiently? Then something is most definitely wrong with your system. Even if you have a relatively inefficient water heater, you really shouldn’t see the cost of using your system spike if you are not, in fact, using it any more than is normal. Let us evaluate the situation to determine if repairs are necessary to get your system back on track in terms of efficiency.

Tepid Water

It’s easy to recognize this one, especially when you’re waiting to take a shower on a cold winter morning. If your water is not getting hot enough, even after you’ve let the water warm up for a bit, contact us right away. The sooner that you do, the sooner you’ll be back to enjoying a great performance from the water heater in your home.

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