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No one enjoys ice-cold showers. Hot water is the modern convenience we all know and love. When your water heater stops working, family members are bound to get vocal…
Connett Services has your quick and long-lasting solutions for water heaters in Des Moines, IA. We can keep your family happy with a water heater that’s reliable and well-maintained, for consistent water temperatures.
According to studies, your second biggest energy bill comes from heating your water. Conserving water is a great way to combat high energy costs, but an even better option is improving the technology of your system.
Modern water heaters have incredible improvements that impact performance and efficiency. Even just minor upgrades to specific components can make a big difference. Sealing up leaks and low flow fixtures can help you save in the long run and improve your water heater longevity.
Has your family grown over the years and your hot water tank just can’t keep up? What might be enough hot water for some households isn’t enough for others. If you’re looking to increase the size of your tank, we can help.
A larger capacity tank will provide you with the endless hot water you need. We can help you decide on the best option, from traditional tanks to tankless, and size for your home. With flat-rate pricing and professional recommendations, we’ll get your water tank installed quickly and properly!
Like most major home appliances, water heaters break down after some time. Knowing some of the signs that your unit is about to fail can prevent you from running into big problems. Here are a few indicators that your water heater might need to be replaced.
If you notice rusty water coming from your water heater, this can be a sign that the water tank is starting to corrode on the inside. A deteriorating water tank will usually develop rust around the water supply lines, tank seams, temperature and pressure relief valve, or the drain valve. Muddy or sandy water could be a sign that there’s a buildup of sediment in your tank.
Most water heaters have an expected useful life of ten years. If you’ve been using the same water heater for longer and you’re not sure when it was last replaced, it may be nearing its final days.
As your water heater ages, it will accumulate sediments in the tank. Constant reheating will cause the sediments to harden, and consequently result in rumbling sounds. The deposits can also cause your water heater to develop cracks and holes as well as decreased efficiency. If your water heater is making banging or rumbling sounds, it’s likely you’ll need to replace it soon.
Moisture around your heater often points to a leak. Inspect your tank and check for water pooling under or around it. A leak is almost always a sign that you need to repair or replace your tank before the problem worsens.
As a homeowner, you don’t have time or money to waste on guesswork. Our qualified technicians are well-trained to troubleshoot your water heater problem and find an effective solution. Contact us when you notice:
- A lack of hot water
- Leaks or puddles
- Extreme hot or cold temperatures
- Loud noises
- Water discoloration
- Foul odors