Solution: Service & Check Pilot Light, Flame Sensor, or Thermostat Since water obviously isn’t heating in the amount of speed, if at all, then the first places to check are the heating controls. Gas water heaters us a thermocouple with a pilot light, or an electronic ignition furnace with an intermittent pilot or hot surface ignition. An electric water heater uses an electric thermostat but the problem could also be in the upper element.You can call me at (801) 613-7379 and I can usually let you know over the phone if this is the problem. I can also have you check a few other possible causes or do a free inspection on your water heater.
Solution: Anode Rod & Servicing The Anode Rod is used to be the sacrificial part of your water heater to take the corrosion instead of your tank. When the anode rod hasn’t been replaced for over 2 yrs then you can start to see rust or black water.The cause of the odor is certain bacteria will react with the magnesium anode rod inside your water heater.The result? A rotten egg odor. The Solution is to replace your Anode Rod and perform our 3 yr Servicing. Call me for more specific pricing or Free Water Heater Help – (801) 613-7379.
Solution: Flush, Service and Possibly ReplaceThis could be a couple of things. Sometimes, your water heater will get a sediment buildup on the bottom of the tank. Flushing the system can often solve the problem.On the other hand, you may have a burner problem and may need to replace some parts.I am seeing a lot of leaks around the bottom of my hot water tank. What does it mean?It likely means your tank is getting pretty old. A leaking tank usually signals you it’s replacement time. It’s one of the few problems that cannot be fixed. Call Me for more specific pricing or Free Water Heater Help (801) 613-7379. Fall Repair Special: $89*fixes 85% of water heater issues. Call for Pricing & Details, (801) 613-7379. Call me or email me all of your water heater repair and replacement prices.