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3 Signs That You Need Water Heater Repair

To say that modern homeowners are able to live with greater convenience than ever before is a massive understatement. Between paying our bills online, even from our phones, automated dishwashers, washing machines, sprinkler systems, and all of the other modern luxuries that we enjoy, it is hard to complain about the inconveniences that we face in our daily routine. When, for instance, was the last time that you had to build a fire over which to heat water for a shower? Never, we’re guessing. You just may find yourself considering such archaic measures, though, if you fail to schedule prompt water heater repair services in Raleigh, NC. Contact Ideal Services Heating & Cooling today if you suspect that there is a problem with your water heater. 

  1. Water Runs Cold: Assuming that your water heater was professionally installed and that is has not always had trouble satisfying your hot water demands, its running cold can indicate the need for repairs. It is not entirely uncommon for hot water to be stretched thin from time to time. If you find that it is a regular occurrence, though, contact us right away so that we can determine what, if anything, is wrong with your appliance.
  2. Water on the Floor: If you discover that there is water on the floor surrounding your water heater, you need to dial our number to schedule repairs immediately. You can suffer considerable water damage to your property quicker than you may realize. Not only that, but you are likely wasting a lot of energy by reheating water in order to make up for what is lost.
  3. Rust/Corrosion: Chances are that you know of the corrosive effects that water can have on mechanical systems and metal surfaces. You should also be aware of the fact that your water heater should, naturally, keep the water within the system itself. If you notice a lot of rust or signs of corrosion on your water heater, you need to schedule repairs with a technician you can count on to do the job right.

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