Checked Your Water Heater Lately?

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Hot water on demand is a luxury most of us don’t want to do without.

When your water heater refuses to do its main job, give us a call. We will come by and give it a good talking to, and do our best to get it back to heating your aqua and you back to enjoying hot showers.

Most homeowners ignore their water heater until it is too late. A burst, leak, or no hot water at all usually gets their attention. By then, a tuneup is not an option, the problem has progressed, and a full replacement is necessary.

How to be a master of home maintenance without giving up your weekends

You can get all of the benefits without the hassle by taking the water heater check off your to-do list and putting it on ours.

Voila! We drain the water heater, test the valves and overflow and check out all the other important hot water heater stuff that you don’t really care about.

The water heater is tuned up, working at peak performance, and all you had to do was make a call.

How do you know your water heater needs maintenance attention?

  • It’s a water heater
  • There is no hot water
  • There is not enough hot water
  • You notice leaks
  • Unusual noises are coming from the water heater
  • You have rusty water
  • Your water heater hasn't been touched since it was installed

Water heaters are pretty self-sufficient, but they still need to be checked on a regular basis. If it’s been a while (or never) since you thought about your water heater, give us a call at (703) 670-8519 or request an appointment. We’ll get it back to heating your water in no time at all.

Get back to enjoying hot showers with help from the expert team at Nichols & Phipps!

 

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Want to learn about more ways you can prevent the loss of your hot water? Check out our blogs to help you with your water heater issues!

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