Allentown Water Heaters: Fix, Install or Replace
Nothing is worse than getting up in the morning to take a shower, only to realize that you have no hot water. Get fast, friendly and affordable hot water heater repairs for your Lehigh Valley area home.
Call today for a speedy repair or replacement for your water heating system within a reasonable budget!
We work on all types of water heating equipment; conventional tank, tankless and heat pump (hybrid) heaters. Take a hot shower again with our Hot Water Heater Repairs.
In addition emergency services, we also handle regular repairs, service and installations.
We handle all types of heating problems like:
- Leaking Water Heater Repairs
- Water Heater Replacement
- New Water Heater Installation
- Gas Hot Water Heater Repair
- No Hot Water In House
- Electric Water Heater Repair
We also handle all types plumbing problems like:
- Leaky Faucets
- Leaking Toilets
- Clogged Drains
- Clogged Toilets
- Faucet Replacement
- Toilet Replacement
- and more
Our plumbers are experienced in all types of plumbing problems
Our Offices are located at:
Result Home Services
1275 Glenlivet Drive, Suite 100
Allentown, PA 18106
Water Heater Repair
Is your hot water heater breaking down? If so, you should pick up the phone and reach out to Result Home Services. We can really help get your hot water heater back in working order. Listed below are a few of the professional services that we offer.
Very Little Hot Water.
Typically, water heaters are reliable. That being said, just like all home appliances, they do encounter their own series of issues. Your water heater will perform much more effectively when you take care of and maintain it. Otherwise, problems can end up being all too frequent. Old and outdated hot water heaters, no matter how much you take care of them, will become susceptible to issues.
Result Home Services is knowledgeable in managing all kinds of water heater issues. We have been able to repair hot water heating units that have temperature issues. Sometimes, a hot water heater may generate too much hot water or not enough hot water. Occasionally a pilot light will not stay lit, the heater makes a considerable amount of noise, or it switches on and off at random intervals.
When your water heater starts breaking down, the very first step that you have to take is contacting a professional to address it.
Leaking Water Heater.
A leaking water heater is the one of the types of issues that you can come across. It does occur when you may least anticipate it and it is one of the worst issues that happens with water heaters. When this takes place, you will have to troubleshoot the issue. The very best way to tackle an issue like this is by finding out what is causing it. This will serve to help prevent future problems that are similar to it.
Perhaps the most usual cause of a leaking water heater is a broken or loose drain valve. The valve can slowly loosen in time. Even worse, when your water heater was not installed properly. This implies that it was loose right from the start. This leads to a slow leak and small formations of water. When this sort of circumstance happens, the problem isn't even detectable right away. Typically, it is discovered when the issue has become a major and costly issue.
The leaking water heater may also be an outcome of unusually high pressure within the tank. When there is an excessive amount of pressure, the water finds a way to escape to balance out the pressure. This is where it escapes. A high temperature level triggers this to happen.
Unless you are a professional, it will be a slightly challenging to tell why your water heater is leaking. It is important that you employ a professional to deal with your water heater. They will have the ability to repair it quickly and safely.
Water Heater Not Working.
Few individuals enjoy taking ice cold showers. Anyone who has a gas water heater may have needed to deal with this at some point or another. The problem is normally that the pilot won't stay lit. This issue is caused for many reasons. It will necessitate a professional touch with proper tools to identify the problem.
It may be a trouble with the thermocouple. The thermocouple fulfills the function of keeping the gas valve open. A broken thermocouple will close the gas valve which will prevent the pilot from staying lit.
Water Heating Unit Services.
What if you are needing repair works on your hot water heater more frequently than normal? Numerous people question," how long does a water heater last?" along with "is it time to remove and replace my hot water heater?". Water heaters give hints when they have arrived at the termination of their life span. One of these clues is the necessity for constant repairs. Property owners in some cases experience this when they move into a property with an existing system.
Most electric powered water heaters tend to last about 10 to 12 years. This applies to hot water heater tanks. Tankless water heaters have an extended lifespan. Gas water heaters, compared to tankless along with electric water heaters, have much briefer lifespans. 8 years is the average lifespan for a gas hot water heater. After this, it's time to think about a replacement.
Hot Water Heater Replacement.
Water heater replacement does not take much time to install. Most replacements only take a few quick hours. There are various details that can make this take a little bit longer than normal. When an individual is replacing their hot water heater with a totally different model, then it can extend the duration of time that it requires to have it installed. The quickest route is to install a tankless water heater.
Tankless Water Heater.
A tankless heater is the absolute most power efficient method for supplying hot water around the home. All of the hot water in your home can be delivered by a tankless unit. They provide an endless source of hot water which adds comfort. In addition, they can do this while cutting down on energy costs. At Result Home Services, we can swiftly and easily install a tankless hot water system for your residence.
We service the following nearby areas: Bethlehem, Easton, Lower Macungie, Whitehall, Upper Macungie, Palmer, Upper Saucon, Fullerton, Forks and surrounding areas
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The website owners do not do the work performed but rather licensed Pennsylvania contractors perform the actual work.