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Water Heater Repairs You Can Count On
Sanks Mechanical is a family business that specializes in water heater repair for residential and commercial customers in , . Depending on the age of your system and the extent of the problem, it may make better financial sense to repair rather than replace it. Our water heater repair experts are among the best in the business. We’ll perform a comprehensive inspection of your water heater to determine the underlying issues. Our technician will then discuss the problem with you, explore your options, and provide you with professional recommendations that you can trust. If you opt to fix the system, we’ll perform a precision repair that you’ll be able to depend on for a long time to come.
When Does My Water Heater Need Repair?
A water heater that no longer provides hot water or a tank that has leaked its contents onto the floor are obvious reasons to call Sanks for water heater repair. But your water heater will often provide signs that you should call us long before a serious problem occurs. Water that is hotter or cooler than the temperature setting or temperatures that fluctuate are all indications of problems with either the thermostat or heating element. If you start to run out of hot water, that can indicate a heating element issue as well. Pay attention to odd noises, which may mean that there is too much sediment in the system and that it needs to be flushed. Discoloration of the hot water supply may also suggest sediment buildup, or it could mean a problem with the anode rod or other issues with corrosion. Finally, all leaks are cause for concern, so even if you have a minor drip or a small pool of water, you should call us right away.
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Types of Water Heaters We Repair
There is a wide range of water heater technologies used throughout , , and we provide installations, replacements, conversions, maintenance, and repairs for all of them. These systems include tank water heaters, on-demand water heaters, condensing water heaters, and heat pump water heaters.
Standard Tank Water Heaters
Conventional water heaters remain the most prevalent option and have a tank that heats and stores your hot water supply. The average home has a 40-gallon tank, but smaller and much larger tanks are available. Electric water heaters are affordable to install and efficient to run, but units that use natural gas tend to cost less over the life of the equipment and can recover from hot water usage quicker.
Tankless Water Heaters
On-demand water heaters do not store hot water but rather heat it as you need it, and there are both electric and natural gas configurations for this style. These systems cost more to install but provide a number of advantages. These include a practically limitless supply of hot water, longer equipment lifespan, lower monthly costs, lower total cost, less maintenance, and less risk of a serious leak.
Condensing Water Heater
Condensing water heaters are a style of gas tank and tankless water heaters. These units are designed to be more efficient than their conventional non-condensing counterparts. An additional component captures heat from the exhaust gases that would otherwise be lost and uses it to help heat the water.
Heat Pump Water Heater
Heat pump water heaters are electric tank water heaters that use a heat pump to transfer heat energy to the water supply as opposed to using an electric coil to heat it directly. This approach is currently the most efficient on the market and is often integrated into the home or business HVAC system.
Residential and Commercial Water Heater Repair in ,
Sanks Mechanical is a trusted and well established name in , , and we have many loyal customers among both homeowners and businesses. Our company is proud that much of our new business comes to us through referrals. We look forward to serving this great area for many years to come and welcome the opportunity to make you our next longtime customer.