LV Restoration & Plumbing Specializes In Water Heater Repairs and Replacements.
Water heater problems can occur at the most inconvenient times. Hot water on demand is taken for granted until its not there when you need it. Although these problems are very rare over the life of a water heater, sooner or later you are going to need to have your water heater repaired or replaced.
How Old is Your Water Heater?
If your water heater is over 10 years old, you may just want to replace it rather than spending the money on a repair. While some repairs may be a quick fix, some may require more troubleshooting or new parts. At that point it may be smarter to just go ahead and get a newer and probably more energy efficient water heater.
Water Heater Troubleshooting
If your water heater is a newer model, its more likely worth the effort to fix the problem. You also should check that you may have a warranty on that water heater that will cover a portion or all of the cost of the repair.
If your water heater is no longer under warranty, our team can troubleshoot the problem and give you available options. Some issues like a water heater leaking water may be beyond the repair stage and will require a replacement. Other times, for example a pilot light may be out or minor maintenance issue might solve the problem.
Water Heater Emergency
For some people, running out of hot water when they are trying to get to work is an emergency enough. Whatever your take on the situation, we are here to help. At LV Restoration & Plumbing we don't stop working. Our team is available for plumbing emergencies 24 hours a day.
Keep in mind that although we strive to het there ASAP for you, there are times that our staff is fully booked, even late at night and on weekends! The bottom line is that we have built a reputation for answering the call when our customers need us most.
Time For a New Water Heater
If you decide that a repair is just not worth it and it makes sense to opt for a new water heater installation, our staff will help you make the best choice for your home's hot water capacity needs. We take into account the number of bathrooms and overall potential need for hot water during the peak use hours.
Dishwashers, Tubs and washing machines to name a few. Keep in mind that the cost of getting a larger tank say a 50 gallon tank instead of a 40, is usually not that much more and could help you avoid running out of hot water in the shower. Have questions? Don't hesitate to call. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.