Orlando Water Heater Repair & Installation
Same-Day Service Available 24/7 - Dial (407) 890-0116
If your water heater is breaking down or suddenly stopped working, let Brownie's Septic & Plumbing help! Our Orlando plumbing services have helped thousands of customers live worry-free since 1948. Our qualified Orlando water heater installation & repair technicians, high-quality workmanship, and fast response times will ensure that your hot water is running again in no time!
Our Orlando water heater service technicians work with all types of water heaters: solar water heaters, tankless water heaters, and traditional water heaters. We're deeply familiar with the various problems and maintenance issues that are common to each model and brand, allowing us to find a durable solution quickly. Because we have over 45 trucks and a dedicated team on-call at all hours of the day, we're able to offer fast, affordable, and effective same-day service 24 hours a day!
Call Brownie's Septic & Plumbing at (407) 890-0116 for a free estimate, or request a service with our online form today! Let us keep your costs down with competitive pricing and fast service.
How to Know When to Replace Your Water Heater
The easiest (but crudest) test for replacement is age. Water heaters are designed to last 8 years, gas heaters will last 8 years maximum, while electric heaters should last 10 years at the most. Tankless water heaters and solar water heaters will have slightly different life spans (especially as these models are being updated more frequently by manufacturers). If your water heater is older than the model's lifespan, you should be looking to replace it soon or expect it to fail in the near future. Contact our Orlando plumbing technicians if you think your water heater may need replacing.
The clearest signs that your water heater needs service or replacement include the following:
- Banging and clanking noises
- The water doesn't get as hot anymore
- The drain pan has a perpetual puddle
- The tank is corroded or rusting on the outside
- The inlet or outlet tubes are corroded
- There's buildup of sediment at the bottom
- The sacrificial rod (which prevents corrosion) is worn out
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