Hot Water Heaters

Have you thought about your hot water heater lately?

Chances are you don’t put a lot of thought into your hot water heater. That is, until things stop working. The average household uses 80-100 gallons of water a day, so ensuring you have hot water when you need it is a necessity. You shouldn’t notice your water heater. When it starts making sounds, or the water becomes rusty, something is wrong.

Is it time for an upgrade?

No matter how much you take care of your system, it will eventually require an upgrade. If your system begins doing any of the following, you may be seeing the signs that soon you will be the proud owner of a brand new water heater. If you find it is time to look for a water heater, consider the new unit’s fuel type, availability, and cost, your family demands, and the heater’s energy efficiency.

Fluctuating water temperatures

When the water temperature begins to fluctuate, getting to the root of the issue is important to ensure the longevity of your system. Our team can help restore the functionality of your water heater.

Water leakage

Water damage can sneak up on you. It begins as a drop here and there, easy to ignore. That is, until there is no more hot water to go around and you need an emergency repair. Don't wait until it's too late.

Broken heating element

Water heaters are designed to provide the right amount of power to all parts of the unit. Errors in the heating system can result in a tripped circuit breaker or a furnace that isn’t turning on at all. We will help you diagnose the problem.

Loud Noises

Your water heater has no business sending morse code messages to you. A happy system is a quiet system. If you notice strange sounds coming from your water heater, it's time to call an expert for inspection.

Why Get stuck with the cold? Contact us today.

How We Can Help

Don’t get stuck with freezing water. Instead, contact One Source Mechanical to prevent system failure or repair issues. Our technicians evaluate your water heater and advise you if it can be about repairs or a new system. They understand the variables and help narrow down your selection to the best one for your family’s unique needs.