For more than four decades, the plumbers at Wlbur’s have been handling the water heating systems of Trussville homes and businesses with care. Our experienced repair technicians are dedicated to providing you with the customer service you deserve and getting your home back in working order.
Water Heater Styles We Service
- Gas Water Heaters – Traditional gas water heaters are efficient and useful for those who have a large demand for water and need quick heating. These heaters tend to use a large amount of water when active. A good example of a home that could benefit from a gas water heater is larger families that frequently run showers, baths, or other faucets.
- Electric Water Heaters – Compact and efficient, electric water heaters can be stored beneath sinks and inside small cabinets. These heaters have seen a decline in popularity in recent years due to their cost, but are still quite appealing to many homeowners.
- Tankless Water Heaters – The newest addition to the water heater family, the tankless water heater can deliver an unlimited supply of hot water to your home. These models are also compact, and can even be stored underneath the individual faucet that it feeds.
When to Get a New Hot Water Heater Installed
If you recognize any of the following symptoms of a malfunctioning water heater, then contact the professional plumbers at Wilbur’s:
- Rapidly Cooling Water – Does your wonderful shower turn into a nightmare with an icy grip after a few minutes? Your heater can be damaged or your thermostat may be malfunctioning.
- Zero Hot Water – If you are receiving no hot water whatsoever, then the heat source may be disconnected. Check the circuit breaker for electrical systems, and the pilot light for gas systems. If you find that the heat source is not the issue, then contact a plumber as soon as possible.
- Leaking Water Heater – A leaky water heater could be as simple as tightening a few valves, or it could require a complete unit replacement. A professional plumber will understand the significance of the issue in no time.
- Discolored or foul-smelling Water – Bacteria or sediment may be present in the tank, requiring a complete system flush to restore the water inside. Another possibility is that pieces of the unit have begun to corrode and release some harsh metals into your water.
If you cannot quickly find the source of your water heater issues, then be sure to contact the team at Wilbur’s. Our professional plumbers focus on customer satisfaction, diagnosing problems, and implementing quick solutions to get you back to normal. Call us today to schedule your water heater appointment, and know that help is on the way.