Water Heaters

We Specialize In Full Service Water Heater Repair And Replacement

Problems with your water heater can not only be inconvenient but they can also cause your water heater to have a shorter life. Incorrect water temperatures, loud water tanks, rust colored water, and bad smells from your water tank or faucets can all be signs of water heater issues. If cared for properly, water heaters can have an average life span of 10-12 years. Having your water heater maintained every 6 months can increase your water heater’s lifespan and ensure you don’t have to replace your water heater before it’s time. Ignoring water heater issues can also cause extensive damage to your water tank in the long run, forcing you to replace your water heater before it’s time.

Signs Of Water Heater Issues

  • Water Temperature Issues
  • Bad Water Pressure
  • Overheating
  • Cold Water Only
  • Loose Heating Element Bolts
  • Water Tank Is Leaking
  • Bad Smells From Water Heater Or Pipes
  • Water Heater Is Making Loud Noises
  • Rust Colored Water
  • Pilot Light Not Lighting
  • Reduced Water Flow
  • Rusting On Tank

Signs Of Water Heater Issues

  • Water Temperature Issues
  • Bad Water Pressure
  • Overheating
  • Cold Water Only
  • Loose Heating Element Bolts
  • Water Tank Is Leaking
  • Bad Smells From Water Heater Or Pipes
  • Water Heater Is Making Loud Noises
  • Rust Colored Water
  • Pilot Light Not Lighting
  • Reduced Water Flow
  • Rusting On Tank

Bulldog Rooter Is Your Water Heater Expert

Contact our Bulldog Rooter Plumbing Experts. Bulldog Rooter specializes in water heater repair and replacement. We have several types of water heaters and the experts on our team can help out with any water heater situation. Thanks to our emergency service, it doesn’t matter what time of the day or night you are dealing with water heater issues. We will come to the rescue! Call us today to come repair or replace your water heater at (509) 535-3447 for WA services or (208) 649-9991 for Idaho.

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