Of all the many luxuries that modern homeowners enjoy, quick and convenient access to hot water throughout the house is certainly one of the most important. As is the case with most things in this world, though, that hot water is never completely guaranteed. Your water heater in Everett, WA is a mechanical system, after all. Like any other mechanical system, it is going to encounter occasional operational problems. When it does, it is best to schedule professional water heater repair as soon as possible. To do so, you need only contact the pros on our staff. Give G & S Heating Cooling & Electric a call if you notice any of these signs that it is time to have your water heater repaired.
- Rust and/or Corrosion on System: When water is left in contact with metal components, rust will eventually develop. That is why it is so important that you contact us if you notice any rust and/or corrosion on your water heater. It could signify a leak in your system, even if you’ve not noticed pooling water around the base of the appliance. Don’t tell yourself that the situation is too minor to address. Make sure that you dial our number if you see signs of rust on your system, before more serious leaks develop.
- A Spike in Operational Costs: If you begin to notice that your water heater is costing more and more to operate, then you should schedule service with a trained professional immediately. There could be some damage to your system which is causing this drop in efficiency. Don’t pay too much for too little return from your water heater.
- Insufficient Hot Water: If your water heater is properly sized and professionally installed, it should be able to meet your hot water needs. If it used to, but is frequently leaving you without enough hot water lately, contact us right away. You deserve a better performance than this from your water heater, and a better performance you will have when you let us repair your system.