Hot water heater repair
There’s no way to predict when your water heater is going to break down. When it does, it can seriously disrupt your daily routine. You use hot water for everything from washing clothes to cooking to bathing, so no time is a good time to be without it and a water heater leaking in your home can seriously dampen the mood.
When a water heater emergency arises, you should call the professionals for the proper water heater repair.
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Emergency hot water heater repair services
Call on HARP Home Services for fast, reliable emergency hot water heater repair in Connecticut and in the Hartford area. With 168 locations in Connecticut from Windsor Locks to New Haven, there is always a Harp water heater technician around. We’re available around the clock for water heater emergencies and our water heater technicians always arrive promptly and prepared to complete the job.
Let our licensed water heater plumber identify and remedy the issue with a fast and efficient water heater repair service so that you can get back to your normal routine.
What are the signs of a faulty water heater?
There are multiple ways your water heater can break down. Especially if it’s a bit on the older side. Here are some signs your water heater might need maintenance, repairs or even replacement:
- Your water heater is leaking
- Your water heater was installed more than 10 years ago
- Your water heater is not heating
- The water heater tank is rusted or shows signs of deterioration
- You only get lukewarm or cold water from your taps
- Water coming from your faucets is rusty or discolored
- Sediment has built up in the tank of your water heater
Regular preventative water heater maintenance can help reduce the risk of potential problems. Our highly trained water heater plumbers are at your service to provide maintenance or to address any necessary water heater repairs to keep it reliably producing hot water.
What to do if your water heater stops working?
If you encounter any of the above signs and are unsure what to do, call your local water heater plumber. An HVAC technician will be more adequate to provide water heater repair services that are fast and efficient. Harp Home Services works around the clock and can provide emergency water heater service with no emergency surcharge and can guarantee on-time water heater repair services OR IT’S FREE!
Is it better to fix or replace a hot water heater?
As always, it depends. If the repairs are too complicated or the parts too expensive for example, it might be more interesting to get your water heater replaced instead. In addition, if your water heater is over 10 years old, it might be more interesting for you to get a newer model such as a high-efficiency water heater.
With Harp Home Services, you can be sure that our certified plumbers will give you an honest review of your equipment’s status and let you know about the best course of action.
Who can fix a water heater?
If you notice a leak, hot water not working, or any other signs mentioned above, you should call your local water heater technician as soon as possible to avoid further damage to your home. A licensed plumber or HVAC technician will know how to inspect your hot water heater and provide the relevant water heater repair service.
Proactive Water Heater Repair to Prevent Breakdowns
Contact our professional plumbers at HARP Home Services whenever you notice warning signs of a problem with your water heater. By addressing issues early, we can reduce the risk of more costly repairs or full system failures down the line. Our certified plumbers can service both electric and gas water heaters from multiple different brands including Lennox water heaters.
HARP Home Services is ready to help 24/7! Contact us at 1-860-341-1499 for emergency water heater repair in Hartford and throughout Connecticut.