Water Heater Services in Covington
Comprehensive Repairs, Replacements & Installations
Like any plumbing system in your house, your water heater will eventually wear out. Most traditional, tank-based water heaters have an expected lifespan of 10-12 years, though the exact lifespan of your unit will depend on how frequently it’s used, whether or not it’s maintained, and other factors. If you’re experiencing a problem with your water heater and think you might need repairs or replacement, or you’d like to upgrade with new water heater installation, you can trust our highly trained team. At Goodbee Plumbing, we offer a full range of water heater services in Covington and throughout the surrounding areas.
Repair vs. Replace: When Is It Time for a New Water Heater?
Certain problems with your water heater can be effectively repaired, but other issues might require complete replacement. At Goodbee Plumbing, we always provide our honest advice and professional recommendations when it comes to your water heater service in Covington or nearby.
Some signs that you need to replace your water heater include:
- A water heater that is more than 10-12 years old
- Rust-colored water coming from your taps
- Complete lack of hot water or water that doesn’t heat up enough
- Water that has a metallic smell and/or taste
- Strange noises, including cracks, pops, and banging
- You’ve had to schedule repeated repairs
- Your water heater has a leak
It’s always a good idea to have a professional plumber come out and take a look at your water heater to make sure that this is truly the root of your plumbing problem. Some issues, such as poor water pressure or rust-colored water, can indicate other problems, like clogged drains or pipe issues. Our expert Covington water heater repair technicians can accurately diagnose the issue and get to work making the necessary repairs or new water heater installation.
Should You Get a Tankless Water Heater?
An increasingly popular water heater option is the tankless water heater. Unlike its traditional counterpart, the tankless water heater does not store heated water in a large tank. Instead, it heats up water as needed, meaning hot water is instantly available whenever you need it. There are a few pros and cons to this option.
Some of the main benefits of a tankless water heater include:
- Smaller units require less storage space
- Only heats up water when you need it
- Saves money on energy bills
- Improved energy efficiency
Tankless water heaters are not ideal for everyone, however. Because they are generally smaller than tank water heaters, they tend to produce less hot water. So, if you use a lot of hot water in your home or business, this might not be the right solution for you. Our team can help you look at your options and find the perfect, cost-effective solution for your space. We repair and install both traditional, tank water heaters and modern, tankless water heaters. Contact us today for 24/7 plumbing service.
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