Water Heater Repair in Fort Collins, CO
Your water heater is one of the few household appliances that you cannot do without. If your oven breaks, you can use the microwave; if your dishwasher is out of commission, you can always hand wash – but if your water heater stops working, you’re up a creek without a paddle. A broken water heater means no clean dishes, no clean clothes, no warm morning showers, and more. That’s why it’s important to call a licensed technician the moment your water heater breaks down. If you’re in desperate need of water heater repair in Fort Collins, Colorado, then make Relief Home Services the first ones you call.
We are staffed by a crew of fully licensed and insured plumbing professionals who can repair, maintain, or completely replace your hot water heater. We offer both residential and commercial water heater repair to serve your needs, however severe they might be.
If you’re worried that we might not be able to repair your water heater, don’t be. We work with all makes, brands, and models of water heaters, allowing us to give you efficient repairs and honest advice.
- AO Smith
- Bradford White
- American Standard
- And more
Whether you’ve got a tankless water heater or something more conventional, we can work with it:
Water Heater Installation
Water heater installation is one of our specialties. It’s true that, although we do our best to maintain the lifespan of your current water heater, some repairs are just too expensive and will cost more than what your water heater is worth – and more than the cost of a brand new water heater. In those cases, we’ll recommend installing a new hot water heater. This can sometimes be scary, and many customers first ask us, “how much?” Next, they ask, “where do I even start?”
Relief Home Services is here to help you find the water heater that is right for your budget, your individual water usage, and your particular needs. We won’t force you into making a purchase that you’re not 100% sure of first. Our Fort Collins water heater repair team is knowledgeable and friendly, so please ask us questions. Our goal is to get you the service you need, and to make sure your home has adequate hot water.
Why Choose Relief Home Services?
- Locally owned and operated
- Fully licensed and insured
- Honest, trustworthy advice
- Long-lasting, reliable repairs
- On-time, respectful technicians
- Real-life phone representatives
- Capable of serving all of your water heater needs
You might have heard about preventative maintenance plans for your water heater and thought they were just another money-making gimmick. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Your water heater is always working to maintain the temperature of your hot water supply. It’s virtually never off. For that reason, you can imagine just how much wear and tear it is subjected to day after day after day. It really takes a toll on the overall expected lifespan of your water heater.
That’s where preventative water heater maintenance comes in handy. By opting to have a repair technician inspect your water heater on an annual or bi-annual basis, you are allowing us to catch small problems right when they start – and before they have time to get worse. We check for faulty wiring, gas leaks, water leaks, sediment build-up in the tank, rust-colored water, smelly water, strange noises, and more. Call today to ask about preventative water heater maintenance in Fort Collins and nearby areas.
Signs that you need a new water heater
1. It breaks down frequently
If your water heater isn’t give you hot water, or it keeps fluctuating between hot and cold, it’s going to give out completely sometime soon. Have your water heater inspected by a professional who can then advise you whether to repair or replace your water heater.
Rust-colored water means that you need to do a flush of the tank and inspect or change the anode rod. If your water heater is getting rusty on the outside of the tank, be careful – rust can quickly cause leaks in your water heater.
3. It’s over 20 years old
Even if your 20-year-old water heater still works, it’s definitely not the most efficient. Water heater technology changes often, and we recommend considering a new water heater about every 10-12 years or so.
4. It keeps making loud noises
A water heater will make noise on occasion, but if you’re hearing loud rumbling and banging noises then it’s time to have your unit inspected. This is likely caused from hard sediment build-up on the bottom of the tank, and if left there too long this can lead to other bigger issues.