Water Heater Repair & Water Heater Replacement in Arlington, Texas
If you’re like the majority of our customers, your home’s water heater functionality doesn’t even enter your mind until it’s too late. It’s usually not too late for repairs or replacement, thankfully, but it usually comes up at inconvenient times, like when you want to take a hot shower or head out of town for the weekend to return to a flooded garage. We know better than anyone: when there’s an issue with your water heater, you need it fixed and you want it fixed quickly and efficiently.
Meet All Masters Plumbing. We’ll connect you with one of our team’s plumbing professionals to head over and assess the damage, ultimately figuring out what’s happening that caused your water heater to start leaking from the top/bottom, or malfunction in general. Often times, a simple repair can make a world of difference but, in cases of seriously damaged equipment, replacement is necessary.
Within the Arlington, Texas area? Next time your water heater acts up, remember All Masters Plumbing as your top resource for water heater repair and water heater replacement.
Assessing Water Heater Issues: Repair or Replacement?
If you’re not a professional plumber, odds are that you’re unsure of the reasons behind your water heater breaking down. Our team is made up of professional plumbers who are both experienced and work to identify these types of issues on a regular basis. We’ll arrange for an expert to come to your home to consult and advise you on the next steps to take, whether it’s repairing or replacing your failing equipment.
Typically, issues amongst water heaters are pretty straightforward and similar. The most common issues include the following, though the commonality depends on the specific type of water heater in your home:
- Pilot light turns off
- Circuit breaker trips
- Burning and/or heating element fails
- Valve breaks or begins to stick
- Thermostat breaks
In surveying the damages, our experts look for these common issues to help pinpoint what’s causing the problem. Our experts generally find that when your water heater requires repair, most homeowners are relieved since the repair process (and the cost of replacement parts) are much less inexpensive than replacing your equipment entirely.
However, as with any standard home appliance, replacement is necessary at times. We generally find that water heaters have an average lifespan of around ten years. That being said, if a water heater begins to leak, it’s probably time to consider replacing it. When replacement is necessary, our experts will work with you to make a smart investment in your new equipment that will last you for years and, often, help save you money on energy bills.
Cost-Efficient Water Heater Repair, Replacement
As a rule, before any of our team members begins any job, we take a moment to explain all costs to our customers. No matter which company you decide to work with, it’s important to ask for an outline of charges so you’re never surprised by the costs, which can add up.
Many companies don’t inform their customers of these costs which are usually consequences of local building codes that require upgrades. This is where a licensed Arlington professional must be involved for repairs, such as:
- Drain Pans
- Supply Pipes
We’ve adopted the policy of transparency so our customers are never startled by a job’s total cost – in our opinion, it’s just good business to keep our customers in the know at all times.
Make Us Your Water Heater Maintenance Company, Too
Once a job is completed in terms of repairing or replacing a water heater, we still have some work to do. This involves educating each of our customers on maintaining their water heater properly; leaving happier customers with equipment that operates with efficiency and longevity.
Taking the time to work with our customers on this education boosts satisfaction simply because they’re able to avoid calling us for much longer periods of time. Isn’t that exactly what you’d like – a plumbing company that wants to do the job right so you don’t have to keep calling back?
While we enjoy seeing you and appreciate your business, we understand that a reliable company works with you to resolve and maintain issues correctly when they arise – not by creating them.