While you may not realize it, you probably use your water heater every single day. When you wash dishes, take a shower, do laundry—your water heater works hard to deliver fresh, hot water to your home. When something starts to go wrong with your water heater, it can be pretty frustrating. At JD Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we’ve been providing comprehensive water heater repair and water heater installation in Raleigh for many years. We thought it would be helpful if we put together some of the most common problems for water heater tanks. If you’re having any issues with your water heater, call us today.
If your hot water has gradually or suddenly turned brown or rust-colored, it likely means that your water tank has rusted. There are a couple of reasons why that might have happened.
If you start to notice small puddles of water under your water heater, it could be signs of serious trouble. It could indicate that your water heater is rusted. It could also mean that the pressure inside your water tank is too high.
Sometimes this just means that your water heater isn’t big enough to accommodate the demand of your house. However, it could also mean that there is sediment build up at the bottom of your water heater which is preventing the heat from actually getting to the water.
If you’re having any issues with your water heater, call the Raleigh plumbers at JD Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning.