Salisbury Plumbing experts are available for all your water heater repair needs.
Water heaters typically have a lifespan of about 10 years. When leaks occur, it’s best to have a professional water heater technician who can quickly identify the problem, get your water heater working correctly, or replace it with a new one. Some issues you might encounter with your water heater include:
Low hot water pressure
Low water temperature
Leaky water heaters
Old and corroded water heaters
Noisy water heater
Too hot water
Pilot light and burner issues
We know you count on your water heater to work properly, and when it doesn’t, it can be an annoyance.
When our technician comes out to inspect your water heater, they will troubleshoot and repair any diagnosed problems. If you need a new water heater, we will dispose of the old one and install a new one. We will also take care of any pipe repairs or damage to gas lines or water leaks. If you need maintenance, we will schedule an inspection to ensure everything is working properly and efficiently. We service residential and commercial gas water heaters, whether gas, electric, or tankless.
Trust Salisbury Plumbing for All Your Water Heater Repair Needs
For over 15 years, we have been serving Lehi, UT residents for all their plumbing needs, and maintaining a reliable and honest reputation. To ensure our customers get the highest quality service, we work with local contractors who believe in the same high standards as we do; this results in loyal, long-term customers. Contact us for water heater repair today.
If it’s water heaters, back flow prevention, or pressure reducing valves to burst pipes, leaky faucets, and toilets, we can fix it. No matter if your plumbing needs are large or small, our licensed professionals have seen it all. And with our free, no obligation estimates and upfront pricing, you’ll never be hit with sticker shock.
Many expensive repairs can be avoided with a bit of preventative maintenance. Slow or stubborn drains have build-up inside them which are very acidic. This kind of build-up (called sludge) will rot your pipe from the inside out over time, leaving you with a broken drain. At this point, the only thing to do is to replace it. This usually means cutting up your floor and digging down to the rotten pipe. These repairs are labor intensive and can be time-consuming, leaving you without use of your facilities while the repair takes place. By walking into your facility and asking you a few questions, we can tailor a custom preventative maintenance program specifically for your needs and budget.