Your tank water heater works by storing hot water that is ready for use and heated by gas, propane, or electricity. However, when your tank water heater stops working, you’ll likely face issues that threaten the comfort and safety of your home. Below are some signs to look out for so you can start repairs on your traditional water heater as soon as possible.
If the water in your home doesn’t quite smell right, this could mean that there is mold or another type of debris in your water tank. We can provide you with the necessary repairs to eliminate the source of the odors.
Over time, internal parts of your water heater can corrode and eventually affect your hot water supply, leading to dirty water. Call Armor Air today if your water is dirty, and we’ll get to the root cause and offer anode replacement or other services.
Your hot water heater needs to provide hot water throughout your entire home, but if this water is not heating properly, this is a sign that your water heater is likely reaching the end of its lifespan Call us today so we can examine the pilot light, components, or electrical components and make sure your water heater continues to work.
If you notice water leaking from the tank of your heater, this is a very bad sign and can lead to mildew and mold buildup. Call us right away so we can repair any cracks in your water heater as soon as possible.