WATER HEATER REPAIR
Water Heater Repair by Licensed, Insured Plumbers in Baton Rouge
After daily use over an extended time, your water heater will need a repair or replacement. Our expert plumbers at Cypress Plumbing will gladly discuss your options when it comes time for repairs or a brand-new water heater. We can repair and replace all makes and models of water heaters. You can trust our professional plumbers for a sound, cost-effective solution that fits your home and budget.
Signs Your Water Heater Needs Repairs
Water heaters have a life expectancy of 10 to 20 years. As your water heater starts to age over time, you may notice several signs that it’s time to call a professional plumbing company to take a look.
A few common signs are:
- Hot water isn’t running as hot anymore
- It takes longer to heat water
- Your water heater is leaking
- Strange noises come from the water heater tank
- There is evidence of rust and corrosion
If you’ve noticed any of these common signs, then it might be time for the water heater in your home or business to be repaired or replaced. Call Cypress Plumbing in Baton Rouge today to get one of our skilled plumbers out to your location to inspect your water heater.
Talk to Our Plumbers About the Best Type of Water Heater for You
You can rely on Cypress Plumbing to find the best water heater for your residence or business. After a short in-depth conversation with you, our trusted plumbers can give you all of the options before you make the final decision on which is best to invest in for your home or business. There are two main types of water heaters customers choose to have:
TRADITIONAL WATER HEATER
This type heats water and stores it until it is needed. Traditional water heaters require regular maintenance care for efficiency over the years.
Tankless Water Heater
These water heaters use intense flashes of heat on demand. Tankless water heaters are more energy-efficient than traditional water heaters but have higher up-front costs.
The plumbers at Cypress Plumbing have the experience to handle the difficult task of repairing or installing traditional or tankless water heaters.