Residential Water Heaters in Coeur d'Alene

It’s easy to take water heaters for granted. We are so used to turning a handle and having hot water come cascading out of the tap. Truth is, the only way we can have access to hot water at such a convenience is thanks to the water heaters in our Coeur d'Alene homes.

Without water heaters, we would have to manually heat water whenever we’re bathing, doing the dishes, washing our clothes and more. Bringing water to a boil just to bathe seems like it went out of style centuries ago, but the only thing that’s keeping us from regressing is a functioning water heater in our home.

If you want to avoid living like settlers, it’s important to know that there’s a plumbing company that specializes in water heater maintenance, repair and installation in Coeur d'Alene that you can trust. For years, Covenant Plumbing LLC has continued to earn the trust and respect of Coeur d'Alene customers and clients thanks to our dedication to quality workmanship and up-front communication. Your satisfaction is our top priority, which is why you have our guarantee to assess the issue quickly and accurately so that we can begin resolving it right away.

For a free quote on our water heater services, simply contact Covenant Plumbing LLC and describe the symptoms. We’ll be glad to guide you through this process in a fair and affordable manner.

Signs Your Water Heater Requires Repairs, Maintenance or Replacement

Like any home appliance, eventually your water heater will breakdown or at the very least stop performing at peak efficiency. There are typically three options for homeowners once your water heater starts to lose its edge: repairs, maintenance or replacement. Every job has a different set of needs and possible solutions, but the warning signs rarely vary.

With that in mind, these are the factors you need to weigh to determine if you could benefit from our water heater services.

The Water Heater’s Age

The average lifespan of a water heater is between 10 and 15 years. The older the unit gets, the more susceptible it is to breaking down. If you have no idea when your current unit was installed, do what you can to find out. Determining the age of your water heater will help us know whether we should proceed with general maintenance or a full scale replacement when it shows other signs of malfunctioning.

Dirty Water

Water that comes out of the tap looking rusty or has a strange metallic taste is always concerning. It is also a precursor to water heater failure if it’s only rusty and metallic when you use the hot water. When you do notice this problem, contact us right away.

Water is Always Cold

If you’re not getting any hot water at all, your unit needs Covenant Plumbing LLC’s attention immediately.

Floor is Wet Around the Tank

There should never be water pooling around the water heater. Puddles mean corrosion inside the tank or some other form of failure.

Whenever you water heater is showing any of these signs of failure, contact Covenant Plumbing LLC immediately so that we can provide it with the proper repairs, maintenance or even arrange for a replacement.