Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘water heater repair’

No Hot Water? Here’s What to Do

Monday, January 18th, 2021

Hot water is a necessity these days. We don’t like to think about how this hasn’t always been the case, because without hot water, there are so many things we wouldn’t be able to do. Our laundry machines, dishwashers, showers, faucets, and practically half of the appliances in our homes depend on our water heater. For such a small system that we don’t think about much, it definitely pulls its own weight.

Chances are high that if you arrived at this blog you need help with your water heater in Hamilton, OH. While we’ll get to the different types of problems that could be affecting your water heater, there’s a more important issue we need to discuss.

What do you do when you’ve got no hot water? Once the panic has subsided, it’s time to think with a level head. We’ll walk you through everything you can do to make your home comfortable while you wait for our plumbers to arrive.

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No Hot Water? Not a Problem!

Monday, January 4th, 2021

First, we want to emphasize that having no hot water is a big problem. But we’d also like to emphasize that we’re the team that can help you right now with your water heater issues. No, you don’t have to wait. No, you definitely don’t need to search for a more professional team. We’re as professional as it gets!

We’d like to reframe this water heater catastrophe as more of an opportunity. Water heaters can start to struggle, especially after they reach an older age and start suffering from corrosion. When your water heater starts showing signs of trouble, this could be an opportunity to get it the repairs it needs or simply have it replaced by a system that will treat you and your family much better.

Water heaters in Cincinnati don’t have to be complicated. We’ll make it simple and take you through what to expect piece by piece.

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Oh No! A Water Heater Leak!

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

Yes, water heaters do leak sometimes. That’s why it’s so important for homeowners to be able to detect a leak. When your water heater is leaking, it can lead to other problems like mold growth and structural damage. These are issues that can be avoided, so it’s vital to discuss this type of problem.

Are you noticing strange things around your water heater? Perhaps there’s a puddle underneath the system? Or maybe you’re noticing a lack of water pressure whenever you use hot water. These can absolutely be indicative of a water heater leak. It’s important to gauge your water heater options with a professional once you’ve noticed a leak. Between repair and replacement, you need all the facts.

We’re going to discuss ways to notice a water heater leak, and what your options are. Take it from us, your local plumbing specialists; we know what we’re talking about!

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Is Your Water Heater Leaking?

Monday, April 27th, 2020

Water heaters are vital to what we do in our everyday lives. Now that we’re stuck inside more, it’s pretty easy to notice when there’s something wrong with your water heater. However, that’s what makes it just as important as ever to detect a problem, like water heater leak, and report it to someone that can help. That’s where we come in!

We are your neighborhood plumbing professionals, uniquely able to deal with any problem occurring in your water heater. Now, if you are suffering from a water leak, we’d like to tell you that you can stop panicking—but detecting it and getting in touch with us should be your number one priority.So, how will you be able to tell if you need to replace the water heater or just some repairs to plug up the leak? If you keep reading, we’ll make sure to answer your questions and point you in the right direction towards taking good care of your water heater and your home

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Is There Sediment in Your Water Heater?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

This might sound like a weird question, but we urge you to stick with us for just a moment. Many homeowners, including you, might have sediment in their water heaters without even realizing it. While there are various different solutions to a sediment problem in your water heater, from repair to replacement, we’ve got to address the first step—noticing there’s a problem.

Today, we’re going to go into detail about the many ways to notice if there’s sediment in your water heater. We’ll talk about why this problem can impede the effectiveness of your water heater and the science behind it. Many homeowners might be dealing with inefficient hot water heaters in Hamilton, OH that aren’t doing their jobs as well as they could be, and that’s where our team comes in!

So, we hope you’re ready for some chemistry because we’re about to get into it!

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Common Problems with a Tank Water Heater

Monday, September 16th, 2019

No water heater is perfect. When they have issues, it’s important to get the right professional on the job to make sure you and your family have hot water for the years to come. However, sometimes it can be hard to know what exactly is going on with your water heating system. These are complicated machines that perform a simple service—to give you hot water—which often can scramble the brain of anyone who isn’t trained in plumbing services.

That being said, are some curious customers out there who really want to know what to look out for when they’re dealing with hot water problems on their tank water heater. As your friendly neighborhood plumber, that’s exactly something that we aim to help you with.

So, if you notice one of the problems below, make sure you schedule water heater services in Hamilton, OH with us!

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All You Need to Know About Leaking Water Heaters

Monday, May 27th, 2019

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You probably don’t need professionals to tell you that a leaking water heater is bad news. Leaks are bad news for just about any appliance! However, people often don’t know what to look for when it comes to leaks in their water heaters, how they may start, or what to do about them. Our professionals have a long history of installing and repairing water heaters in Erlanger, KY, and we’d like to give you a short rundown on what you need to know about water heater leaks.

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Should I Worry If My Water Heater Is Rumbling?

Monday, June 25th, 2018

water-heaterIf you’re asking this question, we know what’s probably running through your mind under that slightly concerned exterior: “Oh no, is my water heater going to explode?”

The answer is, “No.” Well, we can’t guarantee that 100%, but the fear of a water heater explosion is based on old steam-powered boilers and not reality. Your water heater isn’t a boiler—the water temperature isn’t being raised to the boiling point, and even the boilers used for home heating are boilers today in name only.

But that rumbling and knocking sound you hear from the water heater tank is cautioning you that something is wrong with the system. We recommend you call us for water heater services in Hamilton, OH so we can investigate. We can determine quickly the source of the sound and what can be done to correct the problem.

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What to Do When You Don’t Have Any Hot Water

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

showerhead-hot-waterOne of the more unpleasant surprises you can have when you get up in the morning, ready for a new day, is to discover you can’t get any hot water in your shower. The new day is going to have to wait, because you may have an emergency on your hands with your water heater.

Let’s take a look at what you can do about that loss of hot water. It might be a simple problem—or you may need to call our water heater repair experts.

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Your Water Heater Works Harder in Winter

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

water-heater-tankWhen you think of heating systems in your home during winter, which one comes to mind first? Probably your furnace (or boiler, or heat pump)—whatever system provides warmth to the rooms to keep you and your family comfortable. This is the time of year when the heating system does the majority of its work.

Your water heater, however, also takes on a larger workload in winter. You may not have thought about this, because the water heater works 365 days a year. But there are a number of factors that place more stress on the water heater during winter. We want you to know this, because it means you’re more likely to need to call our plumbers for water heater repair in winter.

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