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Water Heater Replacement Colorado Springs

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If your water heater heat pump is not working, it can throw off your entire routine. A broken water heater thermostat can put a damper on your day. Do not worry, though, because Colorado Springs Water Heaters Repair can solve any repair issues you are experiencing.

These issues include but are not limited to a lack of hot water, hot water runs out too quick, a busted water heater tank, or a variety of other common issues water heaters experience. We have seen it all, and if we haven’t, we know where to get the information to fix your problem quickly and efficiently.

When contacting us, it is better if you have the model number and the serial number of any water heaters in your house available. These numbers can provide us with a wealth of information about your unit. This information includes items such as warranty, size, age, and other vital repair information.

Water heaters are one of the few appliances in your home that are always working to heat and distribute water. This water is sent to your faucets, laundry room, sinks, tubs, and a variety of other appliances.

Luckily, you may only experience water unit issues a few times in your life. These few times typically involve older units because an eight to ten-year-old unit needs to be replaced before too long. The other times you experience issues usually include items that a repair service call can handle.

One of the most common issues with water heater natural gas is the pilot light is out. On the unit, you will find a glass inspection hole. It is located at the bottom of the unit, typically by the gas valve. You can view the pilot light through this hole. It is generally a small flame that is bluish.

If you do not see this flame, your pilot light has probably gone out. This time is the perfect time to call one of our experts to re-light the pilot. Our technicians are trained to do this re-lighting with safety in mind. If our technician cannot re-light the pilot, it may indicate a more significant issue.

Maintenance for water heaters also needs to happen every so often. All household appliances require maintenance to ensure an extended life span of the machine and to keep the device in optimal working order.

Our technicians are trained to maintain most makes and models of a water unit. This maintenance can include:

  • Flushing the unit
  • Draining the unit
  • Anode rod replacement if necessary
  • Visual inspection of other aspects of the unit

A regular maintenance schedule can help ensure your hot water continues to run. It also can help prevent small issues from turning in to significant, costly issues. Our main goal is to ensure your water heating needs are met entirely and efficiently. We aim to take the stress out of your life.