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Water Heater Repair in Phoenix
For some people in Phoenix, water heater repair can sneak up on you. The water Heater is one appliance you never think about. It may think it's a wonderful piece of equipment that just sits in your house somewhere and you need not think about it until the shower goes cold and you realize how truly important the water heater really is.

We have been doing Water Heater repairs in Phoenix for well over twenty years now, knowing that, why would you ever choose someone else to perform your Phoenix water heater repair? Give our offices a call today and let us give you a helping hand. We'll try and be as warm as possible when your water is cold.

Water Heater Installation in Phoenix

The big question is, what is the best water heater? This is a tuff question. The reason I say that is, it all depends on if you will maintain it or not. Most people will have a new water heater installed and never think about it again until the water runs cold. We install different types of systems, including Gas, Electric and Tankless Water heaters. Solar powered options are available today for those that are going green and want to help the planet. The best way of knowing what water heater to buy, is give us a call so we can take a look at the existing heater and give you the best options.

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                              East Valley (480) 946-0796       Central Valley (602) 252-4240

                              West Valley (623) 939-0088       Pinal County (520) 568-8410

Typical water heater problems include a leaking tank, not enough hot water, water that is too hot, water that is not hot enough, strange noises in the tank, and discolored water.  Plus, an improper installation of a hot water heater can cause your hot water heater to explode!  Gas hot water heaters need very special attention so that gas does not leak into your home or business.  

Only true plumbing professionals should be used for the installation of water heaters!  The plumbing professionals at Option One Plumbing  are trained in all aspects of water heater installation.  They understand all of the safety concerns with the installation of hot water heaters, providing your home or business with safe and reliable hot water. 

Phoenix Hot Water Heater Repair 

If you are looking for a 24 hour  plumber in the Valley that can install a hot water heater the same day, call us we can. 





If you need a  New hot water heater or just need a repair Option One Plumbing will be delighted too help with a  the range of services offered including Hot water heater repair, copper re-piping, sewer and drain, cleaning, repaired, or replaced, toilet stoppages, as well as sink, shower and tub problems. It's one of the reasons why we are the Phoenix plumbers of choice for homeowners and businesses across Chandler AZGilbert AZGlendale AZMesa AZPeoria AZPhoenix AZ, plumbers in Scottsdale AZ or Tempe AZ.

So whenever you need a Phoenix plumber that can install a new hot water Heater it will be a relief when the plumbing experts from Option One Plumbing arrive on-time, and with a total commitment to your satisfaction. If you need a great solution to your plumbing problems call the

                      Hot water heater experts today at 1-800-905-7115

                          Why Doesn't My Hot Water Last When I Shower?

There's nothing worse than getting ready for a nice hot soak only to discover you're in the midst of a cold water shower. If things simply never heat up, it's probably because your water heater has been working overtime and needs time to regenerate. But if your hot water shower turns suddenly chilly, the problem may lay within the unit itself. Here is a quick way to solve any hot water shower troubles.
Water Heater Problems

First, check all your fixtures throughout the house to see if your cold water shower is a singular problem or a whole-house situation. If none of the plumbing allows hot water to pass, then the problem is your water heater. Check the temperature control on the unit to see if the setting is ideal. Next, check to see if it's blown a fuse. If you have a gas unit, it could be that the pilot light has blown out, in which case you should relight it following the manufacturer's instructions. However, if there is still no sign of a hot water shower after the pilot has been relit, then you may have a variety of problems: obstructions in the flue, a defective part (often the thermocouple), a faulty temperature control, sediment buildup, etc. For any of these more complex replacement projects and repairs, always remember, hire aprofessional plumber who can diagnose and fix the problem quickly and efficiently.

Hot Water Showers: An Isolated Incident

Once you check out other fixtures in the home, you may find it's just your bath stall that's suffering from sudden cold water showers. Luckily, if it's a newer home, you won't have to worry about replacing the pipes since the possibility of stoppage or obstructions in copper systems are rare. Unlike older galvanized steel pipes, copper pipes rarely corrode on the interior, and therefore, other than some minor oxidation, the piping stays free-flowing. First, find the shut off valve for the hot water and see if it's closed. If so, opening the valve could remedy the situation. But if the water still remains warm for only short periods of time, you may have a problem with your bathroom shower valve.

Remove, Rinse, and Replace

When the rubber parts in the shower valve get worn and distorted from old age, they can swell up and restrict the waterways. This swelling only increases as the water temperature traveling through the valve increase, and it's not uncommon for these rubber parts to break off within the mixer valves (this often occurs in two-faucet units where the water is separated by differing lines). These stray components can travel into an orifice or port in the mixer and cause an obstruction in the hot water valve. Therefore, the part has to come off and the valve needs to be flushed out. If you're handy, you could disassemble the fixture yourself and clear out the screen on the hot water side (lay a cloth over the drain to reduce the risk of losing small parts for when you have to reassemble the piece later).

How long does a tankless hot water heater last

Many Tankless Water Heaters have a life expectancy of more than 20 years. They also have easily replaceable parts that extend their life by many more years. In contrast, storage water heaters last 10 – 15 years. 

You should consult the manufacturer's website or literature, such as the manual, for detailed warranty information.  Periodic water heater maintenance can significantly extend your water heater's life and minimize loss of efficiency. Read your owner's manual for specific maintenance recommendations.

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