Your water heater is the workhorse of your plumbing system. From doing dishes to taking showers to washing laundry, you need your hot water. However, these plumbing appliances do not last forever. Over time, parts can wear out and break, and your water heater will lose efficiency. If you are struggling with a broken water heater or aren't sure if it’s time to replace your existing one, Pope Plumbing Company, Inc. can help.
Our Rowlett water heater specialists can inspect your current set-up, identify any repair issues, and provide you with the guidance you need to make repair and replacement decisions with confidence. For 30 years, we have provided customers with the expert-level repair and installation services they have come to expect from Pope Plumbing Company, Inc. We are prepared to use our experience to help you, too.
Are you dissatisfied with your current water heater’s performance? Call our water heater plumbers to discuss your options: (214) 516-7440. We Service the Dallas-Fort Worth Area.
If maintained well, your average water heater will last around ten years. However, even the most diligent homeowner may experience the occasional water heater repair problem. Getting the most out of your water heater can be as simple as keeping a lookout for the signs and symptoms of a repair problem. If you see any of the following signs, you should contact our water heater repair plumbers in Rowlett as soon as possible.
Symptoms Your Water Heater Needs Repair:
Swift repairs made at the first sign of trouble can help you prevent a water heater break down and save you money.
This is one of the most common questions customers ask us. Just as with any plumbing appliance, your water heater will eventually require replacement. Knowing when to repair vs. replace your water heater is vital. You want to avoid wasting money on repairs that won't work, but you also want to avoid prematurely replacing your water heater when a simple fix of your existing one would do the trick.
Before replacing your water heater, you should consider:
Our Rowlett water heater repair service plumbers can determine if it is more cost-effective to replace your water heater. Should this be the case, there are many makes and models on the market to choose from. This can be overwhelming. You are not alone in making this decision. At Pope Plumbing Company, Inc., we want you to be happy with your new water heater. Our plumbers strive to provide you with the advice and guidance needed to make the process of selecting a new water heater easy.
The most common problem with water heaters is sediment buildup, which can lead to corrosion, reduced efficiency, and, eventually, tank failure. Other common issues include leaking pipes or valves, incorrect temperature settings, and broken thermostats.
In the majority of homes, warm, running water is crucial to your day to day living. Whether it's a shower, washing dishes or even doing your laundry. In a big household those hot water demands can multiply fast and the demand for hot water can dramatically increase. But, how do you know when it's time to replace your water heater? Below, we've provided 4 signs to be aware of to avoid having your water heater completely fail.
Since 1991, Pope Plumbing Company, Inc. has been Rowlett's go-to expert for residential and commercial Rowlett water heater installation services and repair. We can take care of every customer, from single-family homes to apartment buildings, schools, hotels, and hospitals. There is no job that is too big or too small for us. Don't believe us? Take a look at our client's testimonials! We have the bandwidth to provide services for any sized property or business, all with the attention and personalization you expect from a local, family-owned business. All of our plumbers are fully trained, licensed, and insured. When you need a water heater plumber you can trust, call Pope Plumbing Company, Inc. We also provide some great specials, take a look!
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