The Water Heater Repairman of Spokane | (509) 359-9782
Your hot water heater regulates the temperature of the water in your home or business. If your water is too hot or too cold, your water heating unit may need to be repaired. Our tankless systems are maintenance-free, which means you won’t have to worry about fixing or replacing water heater parts. The pilot light, breakers, upper elements, and other parts are among them.
The Water Heater Repairman of Spokane specializes in replacing or repairing old water heaters. High energy bills can be caused by a broken water heater. Do you have an old commercial water heater that needs to be replaced? You can save money on your energy bills by installing our energy-efficient and maintenance-free electric water heating system.
We are here to assist you with your plumbing and heating needs. We can keep the temperature of your hot or cold water as well as your energy bills under control. Any type of residential or commercial water heater can be repaired and installed by our plumbing and heating experts.
A loose bolt or nut is the most frequent cause of a malfunctioning water heater. The hot water will drain out of the taps if the tank leaks or the gasket breaks. Most of the time, this problem may be handled by resetting the circuit breaker on the water heater, which can be done by a professional.
Open the access cover beneath the gas valve when you need to switch on your water heater. To light the pilot light, look for a pilot light knob or a separate button. If the pilot is not lighted, light it with a long lighter. Turn the gas valve to “On” after five minutes. Then turn on the cold water tap and wait for it to fill up. It’s time to light the gas burner. Your hot water should now be ready for use.
A temperature and pressure relief valve is another crucial safety element of a water heater. The valve functions similarly to a radiator cap on an automobile, enabling water to escape when the temperature rises to an unsafe level. It is threaded into the top of the tank and is normally situated at the top. Ascertain that the valve is properly placed and vented through the overflow pipe. A temperature and pressure relief valve that isn’t working properly can be dangerous.
A gas burner is used in a gas water heater. The temperature of this tank is controlled by a regulator system, which contains a thermostat. The gas burner will automatically turn off after the thermostat has been set. The exhaust gases will be directed outside the home via a chimney via a vent pipe at the top of the water heater. A shut-off valve should be installed on the exhaust pipe to prevent extra water from entering the tank.
A defective water heater can result from a variety of factors. The first is when the heating element fails. This component is inexpensive and simple to replace. Other issues could arise as a result of a broken water filter or heating element. A thermostat that has blown will not work at all. A faulty filter will not work properly. The most obvious cause of a leaky tank is the heat filter. You can decide whether the piping needs to be changed by inspecting it.
If you have a problem with your water heater, you should call us as soon as possible. The gas can produce a lack of pressure if the gas control valve malfunctions. Then you should contact a plumber to have the leaking pipes inspected. A leaking water heater will also result in discolored or odorous water, all of which are signs of a broken water heater. The problem might occur in both hot and cold faucets at times.
A leaking water tank is a telltale indicator of a broken water heater. When it’s cold outside, water might freeze and become unusable. If this occurs, it is imperative that you take action. Draining the water heater and inspecting the pipes are two ways to inspect it. If any of these problems are discovered, contact a repairman and inquire about a replacement. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure the equipment is safe to use.
The failure could be due to the gas control valve and pilot light on the water heater. Make sure that the gas pressure isn’t too high or too low. Both of these issues can result in leaking water and a broken water heater. Early detection of these issues will save you money on repairs and guarantee that your water heater runs well. So, if your water heater breaks down, make an appointment with a specialist for maintenance.
A faulty thermostat and a leaky in-line valve are two more causes of a lack of hot water. Check the electrical circuit breaker and the high-temperature cutoff if your water heater isn’t providing hot or warm water. If they’ve been tripped, the issue could be electrical. If your circuit breaker fails, you may need to replace it. If not, get in touch with a competent electrician and have the device replaced.
The Water Heater Repairman of Spokane
3119 W Rockwell Ave
Spokane, WA 99205