Electric water heater problems Dallas TX
Electric Water Heater problems usually fall into one of two categories. Water leaks, and not enough or no hot water.
Some water leaks can be repaired. Water connections at the top of the water heater can sometimes be repaired, if the temperature relief valve leaks it can be replaced, and if the drain valve leaks it can be replaced. But, if the tank leaks, the water heater must be replaced. If you are in need of repairs or the tank is leaking call Water Heaters for Less at (972) 509-0224 or visit our website.
Not enough or no hot water:
There are several things that can cause this problem, but it is usually the failure of a thermostat, or heating element in your water heater. This means these parts will have to be replaced.
Some electric water heaters have one element and one thermostat and others have two elements and two thermostats. When one of these components fail, it usually means the others are marginal. We recommend you have the thermostats and elements replaced.
When making repairs to a water heater, keep in mind the average life of a water heater tank in the North Texas area is 8-10 years. We suggest you consider replacing your water heater rather than investing in repairs if your water heater is older than 10 years.