No Hot Water In Allentown?

We fix water heaters in Allentown and all surrounding areas.

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
(484) 577-2400

Water Heater Repair

Did you have to take an ice cold shower today? If so, you should pick up the phone and call Result Home Services. We can really help get your hot water heater back in working order. Listed below are several of the services that we offer.

Insufficient Hot Water.

Hot water heaters are designed to be resilient, but that does not mean they never experience problems. Your water heater will perform much more effectively when you take care of and maintain it. Otherwise, complications can end up being all too frequent. Even if you do maintain your water heater, it will become prone to certain complications when it has become aged and outdated.

Result Home Services is knowledgeable in working with all types of water heater issues. We have had the chance to repair water heating units that have temperature level issues. Sometimes, a hot water heater may produce too much hot water or not enough hot water. There are several types of issues that you can experience with water heaters. They range from noisiness, issues with the pilot light, and not remaining on.

If your water heater stops providing hot water, the pilot light won't stay lit, or any other problem, it is important that you get it checked out today.

Leaking Water Heater.

A leaking water heater is the one of the types of issues that you can come across. It is one of the worst issues that you can encounter. Finding the explanation as to why your water heater is leaking can help you pinpoint the solution. The best way to tackle an issue like this is by figuring out what is causing it. This will serve to help prevent future problems that are comparable to it.

Perhaps the most normal cause of a leaking water heater is a broken or loose drain valve. This type of valve can loosen. Also, if the hot water heater was not properly installed, then it may have been loose the entire time. This leads to a slow leak with your hot water heater. You may see little formations of water. The real issue when you have a loose drain valve is that the problem may not be obvious until the issue becomes a major problem.

The leaking water heater may also be an outcome of unusually high pressure within the tank. When there is too much pressure, the water finds a way to escape to offset the pressure. This is where it escapes. The explanation for this is temperature levels that are too high.

A professional will be able to diagnose why your water heater is leaking. From there, it's a simple matter of fixing the problem to make sure it doesn't occur again.

Total Malfunction Of Water Heater.

Not many individuals appreciate taking cold showers. Anyone who has a gas water heater may have had to deal with this at some point or another. Instances such as this develop when the pilot light frequently goes out. There are many aspects that promote this problem. This is not a problem that should be corrected by a DIY-er. This takes the skill sets and years of experience of a specialist.

When a thermocouple goes bad, the pilot light can go out. This is a tiny security device that is responsible for 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.

What if you are necessitating repairs on your water heater more regularly than usual? Many individuals question," how much time does a hot water heater last?" and "is it the time to change my hot water heater?". Water heaters give hints when they have gotten to the conclusion of their service life. Among these indicators is the demand for recurring repairs. People often experience this when they move into a property with an existing system.

Your ordinary electric water heater is going to last between 10 and 12 years. This life expectancy average is for conventional or traditional water heaters. Tankless water heaters have the tendency to last a lot longer than that. A gas heater, however, has a much shorter lifespan. Most property owners can expect an average of 8 years out of their gas system. When you reach the conclusion of a water heater's life expectancy, whether it is a tankless, gas, or an electric water heater, then it is essential to change your new water heater to perform effectively and efficiently.

When To Replace Your Water Heating System.

Water heater installation does not take much time to install. Most replacements only take a few short hours. Occasionally, it can take even longer due to the type of installation that is going on. Certain aspects, such as the intensity of the install or the replacement model can have an effect on the time needed to properly install a new water heater. When substituting your water heater, it is recommended to look into a tankless unit.

On Demand Water Heaters.

A tankless heater is the most efficient approach for supplying hot water around the home. A tankless heating unit is installed on all of the sinks, tubs, and showers. They provide an endless supply of hot water which adds comfort. At the same time, they can do this while minimizing energy costs. At Result Home Services, we can quickly 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

and these zip codes: 18001, 18002, 18003, 18011, 18015, 18017, 18020, 18031, 18034, 18036, 18037, 18040, 18042, 18045, 18046, 18049, 18051, 18052, 18059, 18062, 18065, 18069, 18078, 18080, 18087, 18101, 18102, 18103, 18104, 18105, 18106, 18109, 18175, 19539

The website owners do not do the work performed but rather licensed Pennsylvania contractors perform the actual work.

Call Us Today, We'll Get Your Heating and Cooling Fixed Correctly!
(484) 577-2400