Water Heater Repair Services In Mt. Pleasant, SC

Sadler Plumbing and Gas offers water heater repair for a variety of issues. Whether you have a gas hot water or electric hot water, we can help troubleshoot the system to make sure it`s running efficiently. Our plumbers are friendly and professional, making your experience with us as comfortable as possible. We offer free estimates for water heater repair, so give us a call today!

Serving All Of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina For Both Water heaters and Tankless Water Heaters

Sadler’s Water Heater Repair Services

Waiting for the shower or sink to heat up might cause a significant delay in your day. It’s sometimes a slowdown you can’t afford. Sadler Plumbing and Gas can handle it all. Whether you need a new water heater or a simple water heater repair, Sadler provides quick and easy solutions to keep your hot water running.

You never know just how good something is until you’re suddenly without it.

After a long, arduous day at work and fighting traffic, it’s nice to come home to all of your familiar comforts and unwind. Time to take off your shoes, stretch out on the couch for a bit, and wash the day off.

But when you hop in the shower, especially in the middle of the winter, and turn the hot water knob only to be blasted with a barrage of water from Antartica, it’s pretty jarring and upsetting to say the least.

Warm water is one of the modern comforts we’ve grown accustomed to over the years, and when that modern comfort is suddenly taken away from us, it’s never a good time.

Fortunately, just because the water won’t heat up, that doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. Here at Sadler Plumbing and Gas, we’re the crew to call to keep your water heater in order and keep you comfortable.

There are various types of water heaters:

-Electric water heaters

-Gas water heaters

-Solar water heaters

-Tankless water heaters

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What Is a Hot Water Heater?

The warm water in your house doesn’t just come out of thin air. Whenever you need hot water, unless you put it on the stove and boil it yourself, you’re getting warmth from a water heater.

Water heaters are usually comprised of a few basic parts:

The tank, which stores your warm water and usually hold 40-60 gallons of water
A dip tube which brings the cold water from your house into the tank which heats it
A heating element which heats the water
The thermostat which gives you control of the water temperature
The valves which control the drainage and pressure in the unit

Once inside, the heating element warms the water, sending the warmest water up to the top of the tank where it sits under pressure until new water enterting the tank displaces it, thus sending it through the hot water tap.

The water in your home travels through the mainline, but right before the mainline gets near the water heater, the line is divided in two, which serves as the water intake system. When you turn the hot water on, cold water gets funneled through the shut-off valve and into the dip tube so that it can go into the water tank. 

The Mt. Pleasant water heaters experts are here to help you with any water heater repairs! Repair, installation, or replacement. If it has anything to do with water heaters, we can take care of it for you. We always recommend calling in the help of a professional because your water heater is connected to gas or electrical lines and could cause serious hazards if installed incorrectly.

Do You Need A Hot Water Heater Replacement?

Warm/hot water is a main part of our everyday lives. Whether you’re taking a shower, doing laundry, or washing dishes, your warm water is coming from the water heater in your home.

When the water heater is on a downward spiral, you’ll know it due to the lack of warm water. But before you get to the lack of warm water phase, there’s also quite a few indicators that point to some oncoming problems.

Here are a few indicators that your hot water heater may need to be looked at:

You notice that when you run your hot water, the temperature of the water seems to fluctuate a bit too much.
You turn the hot water on and you’re standing there for five, ten minutes just waiting for the water to warm up.
There are strange rust flakes that show up when you run the hot water.

It’s important to know the signs that indicate it might be time for water heater replacement in Mount Pleasant. Some common indicators include:

– Your water heater is over 10 years old.

– You notice leaking around the base of your water heater.

– There is rumbling or popping noises coming from your water heater.

There are a few checks that you can do on your water heater itself.

Check around the water heater for any cracks or leaks first, and once you’ve ruled those out first, then check for any visible rust on the unit.
Check the valves to make sure they’re sized properly and the temperature gauge is running smoothly. 

These steps are better left to the professionals to avoid any further mishaps. The professionals at Sadler Plumbing and Gas will be able to determine if your water heater is in need of repair or replacement.

What Is a Water Heater?

In the day and age of the internet and information, there isn’t too much that you can’t do if you are willing to put the time and effort into it.

However, when it comes to your water heater needing repairs, it isn’t the best idea to try to go the DIY route. You want your water in your house to heat properly, and you need to have a properly working water heating unit.

If your water heating unit isn’t performing its best, you’ll want to hire professionals, like Sadler Plumbing and Gas.

When we come to service your water repair unit, we’re bringing professional skill, a great attention to detail, and a strong desire to ensure that you don’t have to go without the comfort of warm water in your home.

Give us a call today if you feel like your water heater is not performing top-notch. We can come and assess if we are able to make repairs on the unit, or we can install a new one for you if that’s in order.

Have you been experiencing water heater problems? Waking up to a cold shower is never fun. Give us a call today and we’ll send one of our experienced water heater technicians to take a look and get your water heater back up and running in no time! We offer both residential and commercial water heater services.