Signs You Need Water Heater Repairs
As with any plumbing fixture or appliance in your home, it’s important to identify and address issues quickly so they don’t lead to bigger, more expensive problems or even early replacement. Below are the most common indicators that something is wrong with your water heater:
- New or unusual sounds coming from the unit
- Hot water that smells or tastes funny or is discolored
- Water taking a long time to heat up
- Unexplained increase in water bills
- Fluctuating water temperatures
- Leaks coming from the water heater
- Inconsistent or insufficient hot water
- Water is too hot or not hot enough
Tampa’s Water Heater Repair Experts
If your water heater isn’t keeping up with your family’s hot water needs, Acree Plumbing, Air & Electric can help. Our team services traditional and tankless water heaters throughout Tampa and the surrounding areas. We will troubleshoot and diagnose your system and provide a reliable and lasting solution.
Ensure your water heater is working properly with help from Acree Plumbing, Air & Electric. Call (813) 524-6313 today to schedule water heater repairs.
Choose Acree Plumbing, Air & Electric for Water Heater Repairs in Tampa, FL
Since 1967, Acree Plumbing, Air & Electric has aimed to deliver 100% customer satisfaction. We provide reliable plumbing services throughout Tampa, including water heater repairs, replacements, and maintenance. Our background-checked and drug-tested technicians offer upfront pricing and unmatched craftsmanship—and never charge for overtime. With over 60,000 happy customers and a 4.7-star Google rating, it’s no wonder we’re Tampa’s choice for water heater repairs.
Schedule water heater repairs in Tampa with the experts at Acree Plumbing, Air & Electric. Call us at (813) 524-6313 to request an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some common water heater issues?
Homeowners’ most common problems with water heaters include no hot water, discolored water, leaks, and excessive noise.
Why is my water heater warm but not hot?
Over time, sediment can collect at the bottom of your water heater tank, where the burner is on most systems. This leads to inefficient and ineffective heating, which causes lukewarm water.
Why is water leaking from the bottom of my water heater?
A leaking water heater can indicate a problem with the drain valve or the tank. Our team can assess your system and determine the source of the leak and the best solution for it.