The water heater is one of the most important appliances in your house, and one that you don’t want to be without. When things go wrong with your water heater, it doesn’t take long to know it. The truth is, your water heater is one of the most vulnerable (and expensive) parts of your plumbing system due to the high pressures and temperatures which it endures every day. What is worse, as a water heater ages, it becomes less and less efficient, using more fuel to produce less hot water!
For this reason it is important to make sure your water heater is in good shape. Periodic pressure checks and visual inspections are important to maintaining the life of the water heater. Likewise, annually flushing out the water heater, whether it is a tank type or tankless, is a good practice.
At Jerry’s Plumbing Repair we know what it takes to keep your water heater in good working condition. We are familiar with, and can repair, Bradford White, A.O. Smith, State, Rheem, Whirlpool and a variety of tankless water heaters. We also have thorough knowledge of plumbing codes and requirements that extend the life of the water heater. When we repair or replace your water heater, you know you are in good shape for years to come.