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Ask a Sacramento Plumber: No Hot Water? No Problem.

Published on January 21, 2014

There’s nothing like a nice hot shower after a hard days work or that terrible Sacramento traffic. There’s probably nothing worse than expecting to hop into that nice hot shower, only to find yourself drenched in frigid water. After standing there for a good long while, only risking a hand or a foot into the rush of ice cold water, you may come to realize you have a major problem.

A broken water heater can be a frustrating issue, not only for the inconveniences it provides, but also for it’s subtle signs of wear and damage. While a long lasting cold shower is a pretty obvious indication that something has gone wrong, here are some of the more difficult issues to spot:

  1. Strange noises
  2. Lukewarm water
  3. Short lived hot water
  4. Water that is too hot (Believe it or not)
  5. Water pooling around the base of the unit
  6. Corrosion or rust on the water heater itself

Some of these may come across as minor problems, just that bit of “personality” and that it’s “always been that way”. This can be a dangerous mindset: little problems can build up over time and cause major damage, not only to the equipment, but also to do the unit itself.

If you’re experiencing any of these issues, call your local Sacramento water heater specialists at Boyd Plumbing today. We can address these small issues before they escalate to much larger problems.

Boyd Plumbing can handle any type of water heater you have in your home:

– Electric Water Heaters
– Gas Water Heaters
– And Tankless Water Heaters

We’re ready and waiting to help you resolve your water heater issues today, and we even offer emergency service for those late night or early morning issues. With over a combined 100 years of plumbing experience, we’ll bring the industry’s best practices to the table by presenting you the best options to repair or replace your water heater. Call today, there isn’t a plumbing problem we can’t handle. We do it all!

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