When it comes to regular everyday living and you don’t have hot water, you may need water heater repair. Having a functioning water heater allows you to wash clothes, do dishes, take a hot shower, etc.
When you encounter water heater problems, it’s important to know that you can get it repaired with speed and efficiency. You need someone who knows all the ins and outs of water heaters, knows all about the Indianapolis and Greenwood plumbing systems, and who can repair a large variety of makes models.
Carter’s My Plumber has been proudly serving the Marion County, Johnson County and Hendricks County for over 30 years. Our experience, expertise and quality service is what makes us the first choice in water heater repair!
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Detecting Water Heater Problems
It’s important that you know when there’s something wrong with your water heater. Some signs of water heater issues are obvious, and others can be somewhat subtle.
If you’ve noticed that the hot water in your home seems to be less warm than usual, there could be something wrong with your water heater. You might feel like it’s still at an okay temperature, but it’s a good idea to have an expert take a look. Waiting too long may end up causing you more hardship in the future, and may end up costing you a lot more.
If you find that your unit is making more noise than usual, this is also a good time to call a water heater repair expert. You’ll have to have some familiarity with the noises that your unit makes to be able to judge if the noise is normal or not. If it doesn’t sound right, give us a call.
If you’re noticing that there’s a leak at the base of your water heater, this is a sure sign that you should give us a call. Water heater leaks can sometimes mean that you need to get your water heater replaced.
If you’re just uncertain as to whether or not you’re experiencing water heater problems, give us a call so that we can help you assess the situation and make a recommendation on whether or not you should have us come out and take a look.
Like we said, having a minor fix done today could save you a lot in the future!
Average Life of a Water Heater
On average a water heater life expectancy is 8 to 12 years. Of course these numbers may vary based on usage and whether conditions. Getting maintenance and repair work done to your unit may extend that life expectancy. Ignoring water heater problems may result in a shortened life expectancy.
No matter who installed your water heater or where you bought it, Carter’s My Plumber will help you with your water heater repairs.
We happily offer water heater repair Indianapolis, Greenwood, Whiteland, Franklin, Bargersville, Trafalgar, Mooresville, Wannamaker, Beech Grove, the Southport area, and Plainfield area.
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