Water Heater Repair & Installation in Gardner
Professionally Serving Customers Across Olathe & Johnson County
Are you having trouble with your water heater? It is important to not ignore early warning signs. These problems can quickly escalate, so let us tackle the issue before you are taking cold showers! In need of emergency water heater repair? Looking for the best deal in water heater installations in Johnson County? Call Beemer Plumbing to learn more about our special prices and free local quotes!
Call Beemer Plumbing today at (913) 933-0031 or contact us online to learn more about our water heater installation and repair in Gardner.
Common Water Heater Issues
Water Heater Flushing
Over time, water heaters may collect sedimentary buildup. This buildup damages the quality of the tank. Eventually, damage from mineral particles can even complete disable your unit and force you to get a replacement prematurely. You can listen for telltale signs like gurgling or popping to determine if sediment present in your tank. If you are noticing particles in the water in your water heater or a sulfurous odor in your tap water, call the Gardner plumbing experts at Beemer Plumbing to get the tank flushed.
Other water heater problems can originate with a broken or stuck thermostat, which can waste energy by leaving the valve open and even put you and your family in danger of getting burned by hot water. If there are any problems with the wiring or your thermostat needs replacement, we can get your system back up and running swiftly and safely so you do not have to touch any dangerous high voltage equipment. Our Olathe water heater repair team can explain every step of the process to you so that you know what the problem is and you know what we are doing to fix it.
Need a New Water Heater? We Can Install It for You!
If the problems with your water heater are beyond repair and you need an entirely new installation, we can handle that, too! Whether you have a 10-gallon water heater or a 200-gallon water heater, we can repair or replace any residential or commercial water heater. Let us tackle your next plumbing project. You will never need to look for another plumbing service again after calling Beemer Plumbing!
How Long Do Water Heaters Last?
On average, a water heater should last around 8 to 12 years. Tankless water heaters typically last up to 20 years. However, certain factors can affect this lifespan. For example, neglecting necessary repairs or maintenance services, having the wrong sized water heater installed or installed incorrectly can lead to an early breakdown. If you notice any of the following signs, it may be time to consider installing a new water heater.
Signs That You May Need A New Water Heater:
- If you notice visible leaking from the water heater
- If the temperature of your water is inconsistent
- If you notice a change in your water’s color
- If you no longer have hot water
- If the tank has corroded, rusted or begun to erode
If your water heater is reaching the end of its life or if you simply want to invest in a newer, more energy efficient model reach out to the Gardner water heater installation team at Beemer Plumbing, LLC.
Call (913) 933-0031 for a Free Price Quote
At Beemer Plumbing, we are all about efficient and high-quality work. Our family owned and operated business has built a reputation for stellar customer service and high satisfaction rates. We are a reliable company built on old-fashioned principles. Learn more by requesting a free quote or scheduling a home visit in Gardner, Olathe, Overland Park, and the surrounding communities.
Call Beemer Plumbing today at (913) 933-0031 to schedule an appointment for water heater installation and repair in Gardner!
“The work that is done is done on time and at the price quoted. No surprises!”- Karen C.
“Everyone is professional and respectful.”- Jacquie M.
“Very professional and took pride in their work explained the process and when I asked for something to be done differently there was no hesitation in making sure it was done the way I wanted it or he told me why it had to be the way it was being completed.”- Don K.