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
Are you dealing with problems with your hot water heater? If so, you have to grab the phone and reach out to Result Home Services. We offer the following services:
Not Enough Hot Water.
Typically, hot water heaters are reliable. Nevertheless, just like all devices, they do encounter their own series of problems. Hot water heater issues can become rather frequent if you don't put in the time to take care of and maintain your hot water heater. Even when you do maintain your water heater, it will end up being prone to certain problems when it has become aged and outdated.
At Result Home Services we address a wide variety of water heater problems. We have seen units that don't generate very hot water and some that produce scalding hot water even when the temperature is set appropriately. There are various types of issues that you can go through with water heaters. They vary from noisiness, issues with the pilot, and not staying on.
When your hot water heater starts acting up, the very first step that you need to take is calling a professional to deal with it.
Leaking Water Heater.
The last problem you want to experience is a leaking water heater. It is one of the most severe problems that you can encounter. Finding the reason as to why your hot water heater is leaking can help you pinpoint the solution. Finding the origin of the problem will help similar issues from happening in the future.
Perhaps the most normal reason for a leaking water heater is a broken or loose drain valve. The valve can slowly loosen over time. A hot water heater that is not installed properly experiences many issues. One of these problems can be a loose drain valve. This creates a slow leak with your hot water heater. You may see little formations of water. The trouble with a slow leak is that you may not notice it until it has done severe damages.
Another cause that results in a leaking hot water heater is when the pressure within the tank is unusually high. The pressure increases where the water has to escape from the tank. A high temperature level triggers this to happen.
A professional will have the capacity to diagnose why your water heater is leaking. It is important that you work with a professional to deal with your water heater. They will be able to repair it quickly and safely.
Water Heater Stopped Working.
Cold showers are the absolute worst. Homeowners who have gas water heaters have had to experience a cold shower at some point in time. Situations such as this develop when the pilot light constantly goes out. This problem is triggered for many factors. This is not an issue that ought to be remedied by a DIY-er. This takes the skills and practical experience of a professional .
When a thermocouple goes bad, the pilot light can go out. The thermocouple fulfills the function of keeping the gas valve open. If it is defective, then it could close the gas valve, which causes a loss of the pilot light.
Water Heating System Services.
What if you are requiring repairs on your hot water heater more regularly than normal? Numerous people wonder," how much time does a hot water heater last?" as well as "is it time to change my hot water heater?". When hot water heaters require regular repairs, it could signify the closing of their life expectancy. Homeowners sometimes encounter this when they move into a house with an existing unit.
Water heaters that are electrically powered last about 10-12 years. This life-span average is for conventional or traditional water heaters. Tankless water heaters have an extended lifespan. Gas water heaters, compared with tankless as well as electric water heaters, have much shorter lifespans. At most, a gas heater will work effectively for 8 years. It is important to be conscious of your water heater's age. By doing this, you can replace it when it has arrived at completion of its energy efficient lifespan.
The Best Time To Remove And Replace Your Water Heating System.
The next useful question is" How much time does it take to set up a water heater ?" and the response is a couple of hours most of the times. Occasionally, it can take a lot longer because of the the type of installation that is going on. When a property owner is changing out their water heater with an entirely different model, then it can prolong the duration of time that it takes to have it installed. The quickest route is to put in a tankless water heater.
On Demand Water Heaters.
A tankless heater is the most energy efficient solution for providing hot water around the home. All of the hot water in your house can be supplied by a tankless unit. They provide an endless source of hot water which adds comfort. Additionally, they do this while diminishing energy costs. Make sure to call Result Home Services if you have an interest in tankless systems. We can quickly and affordably install one in your house so that you can begin using your own tankless unit in no time at all.
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.