Water Heater Repairs in Tampa
Can Your Water Heater Be Repaired Instead of Replaced?
Olin Plumbing not only offers water heater installation, we offer water heater repairs for both residential and commercial customers in the Tampa Bay Area. When it comes to water heaters, like most other appliances they can breakdown over time and become in need of repair. Over the years we have repaired many water heaters for both our residential and commercial customers throughout the Tampa Bay area and by doing so we have spared them the expense of replacing their existing water heater.
If you are a prudent person then you will most likely want to know if your existing water heater can be repaired before you resort to purchasing and installing a new water heater. The best way to determine whether your water heater can be repaired is to call a licensed professional plumber with decades of experience working with water heaters such as Olin Plumbing, Inc. of Tampa, Florida.
When you call Olin Plumbing we will send an experienced plumber, not a service technician, to your home or business who can then assess your situation and determine the best course of action for you to take. If your water heater can be repaired and does not need to be replaced we will let you know. Not only that, but in most cases we are also able to repair it for you right there and then as we keep our trucks well stocked with the most commonly used plumbing parts in order that we can get our customers up and running again right away with limited downtime. And don't forget, we also offer 24 Hour Emergency Service with NO OVERTIME and NO TRIP CHARGES. Give us a call us today, in Hillsborough County call (813) 443-5820, in Pinellas County and Pasco County call (727) 443-2174.
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Water Heater Leaks Tampa
There are a number of things that can be tell-tale signs your water heater has seen better days. One of the obvious signs that your water heater may be in need of repair is if it appears to be leaking water. If you happen to notice the appearance of water near the base of your water heater or on the outside of the water heater itself then this can be very telling and immediate action should be taken. We have listed 5 steps of action on another page of our website in a section titled "What To Do If You See Water Leaking From Your Water Heater" and every home owner and every business owner who has a water heater should take a few minutes to learn these steps so they know what to do in such a situation.
Proper Care Can Postpone the Need to Repair
There are certain things you can do that can help postpone the inevitable such as knowing how to care for your water heater properly and sticking to a regular maintenance schedule. Even though there may still come a time when your water heater may need to be repaired or replaced the last thing most people want to experience is reaching that point prematurely. We have provided some helpful tips outlining several actions you can take which can help you postpone the need for repair or replacement elsewhere on our website in a section titled "How To Care For Your Water Heater". Please be sure to read this section as it can spare you the headache of a water heater that has failed and also help save you money in the long run.