We're Your Grapevine Water Heater Repair & Installation Authority

Grapevine water heater repair specialist adjusts intake pipeOur Grapevine plumbing team gets called for water heater repair almost as often as to clear out clogged drains. Typically the types of problems that we see end up requiring the replacement of the entire unit. This could have been easily prevented with a yearly maintenance plan. Water heater storage tanks that aren't well maintained often rust out, suffer electrical element failure or require so many components to be replaced that it is cheaper to purchase a new one.

Our Grapevine water heater repair team suggests you check your water heater every 6 months. There are several parts that need to be checked to make sure they are in working order including the thermostat, sacrificial anode, temperature and pressure valve, electrical connections, pipe joints, inlet and outlet lines and gas valves (if necessary). The water heater should also be flushed at least once a year to prevent sediment build-up at the base of the tank. This will keep the heater working more efficiently and stop scale build-up in the interior walls of the tank.

Our Plumbers are Always Here to Help, so Never Hesitate to Call

Plumber in Grapevine Texas surveys a water heater before a repairIf you come across a problem that you are not able to fix, don't wait to call in our Grapevine water heater repair team. Even the smallest issue with a water heater can have significant repercussions. For instance, if your temperature and pressure valve is malfunctioning it will not properly release excess pressure from the system. While this isn't a problem if everything else is working properly, if the thermostat fails or the heating element (or gas control valve) gets stuck in the on position a potentially deadly situation could result. With no outlet for the excess pressure generated by rapidly boiling water, the water heater tank could explode. Exploding tanks have the potential to take out concrete walls and have been known to rocket upwards of 100 ft from their bases. If you are in the room, or even in the house, when this happens you could be seriously injured or even killed.

To make sure you are properly protected from situations like this, it's a good idea to have your water heater professional inspected at least once every few years even if you are confident in your abilities to spot problems. Our highly trained Grapevine plumbing team can diagnose weak areas in a system that you may not be aware of. Give us a call today and get yourself on our preventative maintenance plan, you'll sleep better at night knowing that your system is safe.

What Kind of Water Heaters Do We Cover?

A.O. Smith tankless water heaters ready for installationOur Grapevine water heater repair team covers all major water heater configurations, including gas, electric, 40 gallon, 50 gallon, 75 gallon, short, point of use, and tankless. We also cover all major brands, including Rheem, Bosch, GE, Takagi, Rinnai, American Standard, Bradford White, and more.