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Our Albuquerque Water Heater Repair Services
We can service and repair:
- Electric water heaters
- Gas water heaters
- Tankless water heaters
We can also repair and replace any water heater issue or component, such as:
- Faulty temperature and pressure relief valves
- Water pressure issues
- Broken gaskets and loose heating element bolts
- Water supply lines
What Are the Signs of Water Heater Failure?
Sometimes, water heaters can break with little to know warning. Sometimes, they can show some signs and symptoms that something isn’t right. The more you know, the more likely you’ll be equipped to know when your water heater is “off”.
Some of the signs of water heater failure include:
- Water leaks from the water heater tank
- No hot water at all
- Water doesn’t get hot enough even if you’ve changed temperature settings
- Higher than normal utility bills
- Smelly hot water
- Water takes too long to get hot
Being familiar with these signs could help prevent costly repairs or unnecessary water heater replacement.
Our Trusted Water Heater Repair Company
Plumbers are some of the most important contractors you’ll hire. As such, you’ll want to ensure your choose a reliable, knowledgeable, and trustworthy water heater plumber.
We’re locally owned and operated here in Albuquerque. At the same time, we’re backed by a nationally recognized plumbing company with over 50 years of experience in the trade.
At Mr Rooter Plumbing of Albuquerque, we:
- Are backed by a great reputation in Albuquerque
- Warranty our services
- Offer 241/7 service with no overtime charges
- Cater to your schedule
- Offer up-front, flat-rate pricing
- Provide friendly, courteous, and reliable service
Frequently Asked Questions
What temperature should my water heater be set to?
The EPA recommends setting your water heater at 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Anything higher than 120 degrees poses the risk of scalding. Setting your water heater at 120° will supply enough hot water throughout your home while not wasting gas or electricity.
You certainly don’t want to set your water heater too low. Anything set below 120° can result in bacteria growth in your tank.