Environment Masters, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Water Heater Repair’

3 Water Heater Repairs You May Need

Monday, October 5th, 2020

water-heater-technicianYour water heater is a system in your home that uses a large amount of energy to do its job. Making sure that your water heater is working properly is going to do a lot for your monthly bills and your own peace of mind. Anybody would be calmer when they don’t have to stress about their showers turning icy when they least expect it.

It can be helpful to figure out what may be going on with your water heater before a full breakdown occurs. To do that, you need to know what to look for. We’ve listed some possible repair needs here for you to reference so you know what issues to be on the alert for. That way you can contact a Ridgeland, MS, plumber before your comfort is seriously affected.

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How to Tell You Have a Struggling Water Heater

Monday, May 18th, 2020

Cool showers are great to help you lower your internal temperature after you go on a run or get back from a heavy gym session. Icy cold showers that are involuntary and unexpected, on the other hand, are far less enjoyable.

Your water heater is one of those pieces of your Jackson, MS plumbing system that you really would prefer not to be without. And you shouldn’t need to go without it either. A water heater that isn’t heating shouldn’t always be a lost cause–more often than not it is fixable when you schedule your repairs with a professional plumber.

Even better, you can watch out for certain indicators that your water heater is struggling so you can get it fixed before it completely loses the ability to produce warm water.

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Do I Need a New Water Heater?

Monday, June 4th, 2018

tank-water-heaterWater heaters might be built to last, but no water heater will last forever. Even if you take perfect care of your water heater, you will eventually need to replace it with a new one. The earlier you can identify that your water heater is getting towards the end of its service life, the earlier you can have it replaced with a new system. Waiting around for the old system to die entirely before replacing it will probably mean more money spent on repairs and more downtime while you are looking for a new system. You don’t want to deal with that if you can avoid it. Have a look at some of the signs that your water heater is getting close to the end of its lifespan, and that it’s time for a new one.

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How to Keep Your Water Heater in Good Condition

Monday, January 29th, 2018

tank-water-heaterYou may not think about it that often, but your water heater has to put up with a lot of demand on a regular basis. Don’t believe us? Think about how many times a day you use hot water for things like washing dishes or taking a shower. Now multiply that by 365, and you’ll quickly realize how much strain the average water heater is put under. The system is designed to cope with that level of demand, of course, but it can’t do it for long without help. Read on to find out more about how to keep your water heater in good operating condition as long as possible.

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