You rely on your Albuquerque water heater on a daily, hourly, or even by the minute basis. It’s needed to retain comfort and function in your home for nearly everything, and any interruption simply cannot be accepted. That’s why the plumbing and electrical professionals at B. Carlson Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing provide reliable water heater repair service!
No matter your repair needs, small or large, complex or simple, we have the skill and experience needed to tackle your water heater situation. B. Carlson is made of a team of industry-leading, NATE-certified professionals, and our customer-focused service guarantees that you always have access to reliable service of the highest caliber.
Need water heater repair services in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Nob Hill, or the surrounding areas? Contact B. Carlson online today to set an appointment!
Water Heater Repair Services in the Albuquerque Area
When your hot water goes out, you need a fast, priority response that has your comfort and needs at heart. That’s why our team totes the best tools and services to meet your water heater repair needs. When we arrive, we’ll perform a comprehensive analysis of your system to find and fix your issues right away, while never putting our quality on the line.
We put a great deal of effort into not only providing fast and effective service, but keeping you well informed as well! We want to provide you with superior solutions, and you’ll stay in the loop for the whole process so that you fully understand what repairs are being performed and why.
Signs You Need Your Water Heater Repaired
The good news is that water heater issues tend to not mess around and are pretty straightforward. That makes spotting them early and getting an early response somewhat easier, which can save you a lot of money and stress in the long run. To know when you need professional service, keep an eye (or ear) out for:
- Leaks or standing water. A water heater may begin to leak from a variety of places. The pressure release valve, for one, which is actually a fairly normal function when it occurs in moderation. But all pipes, valves, and even the tank are vulnerable to a leak, and if you spot standing water around the base of your water heater, it’s wise to give us a call right away.
- Odd sounds. A popping or “distant boom” sound from your water heater indicates that it has accumulated too much sediment. This sediment is making contact with your heating element or has begun to trap air bubbles. No matter the source of the sound, this is a clear indication that you need professional plumbing service very soon.
- A lack of hot water. If you use a tank-style water heater, you’re probably familiar with running out of water after a few showers or running a lot of laundry. But what happens when that hot water never comes back or comes back way slower than usual? You call in an expert, that’s what! Even a tankless water heater can encounter temperature problems, and when they arise, our experts can provide the repair you need.
- Discolored water. Discoloration or brown/reddish water is common to either an excessive amount of sediment present in the tank or rust in your pipes. Either problem can be reason to call in for repair and in fact, they’ll only get worse if ignored!
Water Heater Repair in Albuquerque, NM
Whatever size, make, or model water heater you decide is the best option for your home, the professionals at B. Carlson can have your water heater up and running in no time! We have experience repairing all types of water heaters throughout Albuquerque—see what your satisfied neighbors have to say about us!
We service the Albuquerque and surrounding areas including:
Corrales, Rio Rancho, Los Ranchos, Alameda, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Placitas, Bernalillo, Los Lunas, Bosque Farms, Belen, East Mountains, Edgewood, Socorro, Sandia Heights, Tanoan, Four Hills, High Desert, Nob Hill, Ridgecrest, Taylor Ranch, Paako, Bear Canyon, Cherry Hills, Ladera, North Valley and South Valley, Oxbow, Paradise Hills, Ventana Ranch, West Mesa, Los Campanas, Sandia Park, Tijeras, San Pedro Creek, and other surrounding areas.