Since water heaters are such fundamental components of your home plumbing system, it’s always a good idea to have a contact number handy in case trouble develops. Here come the water heater specialists from Bleuwave Plumbing. Bleuwave Plumbing has been Phoenix’s best-in-class plumbing provider and has earned a reputation as the city’s most dependable plumber. We offer repair, replacement, and maintenance services for Phoenix water heaters. So don’t wait to call for assistance if you need it with your water heater. Get in touch with our team of experts right away!
We often don’t think of our water heaters until something goes wrong. Some of the most common sign are loud noises coming from the water heater or no hot or warm water. These are signs your water heater is failing. Today, water heater replacement makes the most sense with old water heaters especially those older than 10 years. Bleuwave Plumbing can help troubleshoot your water heater and recommend the best solution for you.
Searching for rust should be one of your top priorities when inspecting your water heater. Pay great attention to the valve holes and the water heater’s base area. Don’t stop there, though. Contact us for Phoenix water heater repair services as soon as you discover any rust or corrosion on your water heater. Never forget that a water heater that is compromised or damaged is dangerous.
Here in Arizona, a common call is from a homeowner who reports hearing a popping or crackling sound from the water heater. Strange water heater noises are typically caused by excessive mineral buildups, such as calcium. Calcium bicarbonate and other minerals frequently settle at the heater’s bottom. Gas water heater burners will heat this accumulated debris when igniting, producing the popping sound. This noise is made by electric water heaters when the electrical element is about to fail or when the base of the unit is submerged in a pool of buildup. Contact us immediately for prompt and dependable Phoenix water heater repair services if you hear popping noises or any other odd noises coming from your water heater.
We provide maintenance for all tankless models as well as all other types and brands of water heaters. Phoenix offers a wide selection of water heaters. From those running on propane or natural gas to those using solar energy and other types of electricity. The use of solar water heaters is growing in popularity. Although they are environmentally friendly, they might not always be the ideal option if you have poor access to sunlight or a high need for hot water. When thinking about solar or tankless water heating, it is crucial to consider your hot water needs. Tankless water heaters are typically only useful in residences and establishments that utilize less than 40 gallons of hot water daily. For ease of use, the UPC Code should be used to determine the size, temperature, and other specifications for water heaters. It is crucial to have the system properly sized by a certified plumbing contractor and to confirm that the contractor will give you, the customer, sizing figures.