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 Heating Unit Repairs
Is your water heater breaking down? A water heater will not fix itself. Be sure to contact Result Home Services right now. Here are a few of the services offered.
No Hot Water.
Hot water heaters are produced to be tough, but that does not mean they never experience problems. The more that you maintain and care for your hot water heater, then less repeatedly that you will have to cope with issues. Likewise, if you have a very old unit that is around the end of its life expectancy it can become prone to specific problems.
At Result Home Services we work with a wide range of water heater troubles. We have had the ability to repair units that don't generate hot water. We have even repaired hot water heaters that produce incredibly hot water even when it is set at a sufficient temperature. There are various kinds of issues that you can experience with water heaters. They range from noisiness, problems with the pilot, and not staying on.
If your water heater stops supplying hot water, the pilot light won't stay lit, or some other issue, it is very important that you have it examined at once.
What To Do About A Leaking Hot Water Heater.
The last predicament you want to come across is a leaking water heater. It is one of the worst predicaments that you can encounter. Finding the reason as to why your hot water heater is leaking can help you identify the solution. Finding the cause of the leak not only stops the leak itself, but it helps protect against a similar leak from appearing down the road.
When a drain valve is loose or broken, it can trigger a leaky hot water heater. This type of valve can loosen. A water heater that is not installed properly experiences many issues. One of these troubles is a loose drain valve. This generates a slow leak with your water heater. You may see small formations of water. The trouble with a slow leak is that you may not discover it until it has done severe damage.
Another main reason that creates a leaking water heater is when the pressure within the tank is abnormally high. The excess pressure forces water out of the tank wherever it can find an escape. A high temperature level causes this to take place.
A professional repair service will utilize proper hot water heater troubleshooting practices to accurately determine the cause of the leak. It is crucial that you work with a professional to address your water heater. They will be able to repair it promptly and safely.
Water Heater Stopped Working.
No one, in their right mind, appreciates a cold shower. This may be a problem you've encountered if you have a gas hot water heater. The problem is normally that the pilot won't stay lit. The reasoning behind this issue are varied also. Only a specialist can really know that cause for a problem such as this.
When a thermocouple goes bad, the pilot can go out. The thermocouple serves the function of keeping the gas valve open. A broken thermocouple will turn off the gas valve which will prevent the pilot from staying lit.
Water Heating Unit Repair Services.
What if you are demanding repair services on your hot water heater more consistently than usual? Many individuals wonder," how much time does a hot water heater last?" as well as "is it the time to replace my hot water heater?". It may quite possibly be that your water heater has gotten to completion of its service life. When people move into an older house, this can happen.
Your average electric hot water heater is going to last between 10 and 12 years. This average is relevant for water heaters that use storage tanks. Tankless water heaters have long life-spans as compared to their standard counterparts. A gas heater, however, has a shorter lifespan. 8 years is the standard lifespan for a gas water heater. After this, it's time to think of a replacement.
When To Replace Your Water Heating System.
When many individuals choose to replace their water heater, a lot of them ask" How long should it take?". Usually, it does not take longer than a few hours. Of course, this will depend completely on the depth of the work and the type of installation. When a property owner is upgrading their hot water heater with a totally different unit, then it can extend the duration of time that it requires to have it installed. The quickest course is to install a tankless water heater.
Tankless Water Heater.
A tankless heater is probably the most power efficient method for providing hot water around the house. When a tankless water heater is installed, it delivers hot water to all your plumbing fixtures in your home. They provide an endless quantity of hot water which adds comfort. At the same time, they do this while decreasing energy expenses. Result Home Services has installed lots of tankless water heaters for many happy homeowners. We can install a system both quickly and perfectly so you can start enjoying the perks of these systems in your very own home.
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.