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Expert Water Heater Repair in Longmont

Several aspects can influence the life expectancy of a water heater, but the majority run between 10 and 15 years.

Among the 27 million American households with a water heater that’s more than 10 years old? You should think about buying a new one. When it stops working, it can leave you with potential damage to your Longmont home.

If you find it isn’t economical to patch up your water heater, contact Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning to help you pick a new water heater that will meet your household needs and work with your budget.

We have an assortment of ENERGY STAR®-rated water heaters to choose from and we are Experts at water heater installation. Plus, we support our services with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year.*

Common Water Heater Problems

Leaking Tank

If you notice your water heater is leaking, shut off your home’s water valve. It’s usually placed in your basement, close to your furnace or water heater, or below your kitchen sink.

Then reach Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning at 303-647-5749 without delay. Even a minor leak can cause big damage to your home.

A leaky tank may be indicating you need to get a new water heater.

Not Enough Hot Water

Getting zeroor not enough heated water out of your tap? If you have a gas water heater, the pilot light could be malfunctioning.

If you don’t know how to investigate this, give us a call. We’ll handle the problem.

A lack of hot water may also mean that your water heater is failing and needs to be replaced.

Water is Too Hot or Too Cold

Your water heater may be undersized. We can help you figure out how much you need and remedy the issue.

Other Water Heater Problems

These signals can be an indication that your water heater is about to break:

  • Rumbling noises coming from the tank
  • Dirty, white-colored or rusty water
  • Foul-smelling water
  • Leaking pressure relief valve

As water heaters commonly hold 50 gallons of water, a fault can lead to a destructive flood.

Like with any other appliance, regular maintenance is critical. We suggest looking into our routine maintenance agreement to potentially avoid trouble with your water heater.