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Lewisville TX Water Heater Repair Professionals

professional Lewisville water heater repair technicianWhat if you woke up one day and had no hot water? It might be a shocking way to start your day. That icy cold water hitting your head will be an immediate indication that something is terribly wrong.

Our Lewisville water heater repair team can help make sure you'll never get an unexpected cold shower. Our master plumbers suggest a full water heater inspection at least once a year to make sure your heater doesn't fail.


We Are Your Number One Lewisville TX Plumbing Team

Our Lewisville water heater repair team offers a ten point water heater systems safety and maintenance service that

Plumbing professional installs a 40 gallon storage water heater

covers the entire hot water system in your home.

  • Electric Heating Element or Gas Regulator Valve
  • Emergency Shut Off Valve
  • External Tank Corrosion Check
  • Fitting Check and Tightening
  • Sacrificial Anode
  • Scale Build Up Check
  • Sediment Check and Flush
  • Thermostat
  • T&P Valve
  • Water Inlet Connection

Maintenance is the Key

Most water heater problems come from a lack of proper maintenance. This is because people don't think about their water heaters nearly often enough. Even though these machines don't have many moving parts, the ones that are there need to be taken care of or they will fail. Not all problems can be avoided but they can be identified before something catastrophic happens. A stuck thermostat can cause your heating element or gas control valve to be stuck in an open position. This is both a huge waste of energy and makes you much more likely to scald yourself on hot tap water. In addition, a stuck thermostat in combination with a faulty temperature and pressure release valve can cause the water heater to explode! The best fix for a malfunctioning thermostat is a simple replacement that usually costs under $50.


The Sacrificial Anode

Lewisville TX plumber checking the sacrificial anodePoorly maintained water heaters also show several issues with the sacrificial anode system. This is the system that prevents the interior of the water heater from rusting. A sacrificial rod is placed in the center of the tank to collect all of the rust causing elements in the water. These combine with the material in the anode instead of the steel tank. This causes the anode to wear down and drop a solid precipitate into the tank. This sediment builds up at the bottom of the tank and can cause everything from poor water heating efficiency to a sulfur smell coming from the tap. The best way to prevent this is to have your water heater flushed at least once a year.

Our Lewisville water heater repair service has been working on water heaters for decades. We can quickly identify areas of your system that aren't working well and get them fixed right away.

One call to us and your water heater will be working safer and more efficiently than it has in years!

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