Expert Water Heater Repair in Monaca, PA
Did your last shower suddenly turn icy cold, or are you a victim of smelly water? Waiting for water heater repairs can get ugly fast. That’s why BVSM Heating & Air Conditioning offers prompt service to get your water running normally again and your life back in order.
Contact BVSM Heating & Air Conditioning for quick and dependable water heater repair.
If you have a broken water heater in the Monaca area, call 724-417-9550 or request an appointment online.
Common Water Heater Problems
Signs of a broken water heater are often obvious, but the sooner you can detect them, the less chance that you’ll encounter worse plumbing damage in the future.
Have you noticed one or more signs of a water heater problem in your Beaver County home? These signs include:
- No hot water
- Water is too hot
- Rust-colored water
- Smelly water
- Rumbling or popping noises in pipes
- Water leaking from the water heater, pipes, or storage tank
If you’re worried that you have a serious water heater issue, first turn off the power to your electric water heater or turn the gas pilot valve to its “pilot” setting. Next, shut off the water supply. Then call BVSM for emergency water heater repairs.
Contact BVSM for water heater repair in Beaver County, PA, at 724-417-9550 or contact us online.
No Hot Water From Your Electric or Gas Water Heater?
This is by far the most common reason HVAC technicians and plumbers get calls for water heater repairs. No hot water often means no comfort at home!
While electric water heaters rely on an upper and lower heating element, similar to an oven, gas water heaters use a heating system that’s more like a gas furnace.
Common causes of water heater problems include problems with the pilot light, heating element, thermostat, or issues related to age and wear.
Don’t forgo your comfort; call BVSM Heating & Air Conditioning.
Need local water heater repairs in Economy, Aliquippa, and beyond? Contact BVSM today.
Solving Water Heater Problems
At BVSM, no HVAC problem is too big or too small for us. Together, our HVAC technicians continuously look for ways to improve customer satisfaction and the quality of care we provide your home.
If you have a water heater problem, such as a leak, noisy pipes, rust-colored water, or a temperature problem, call us for timely services you can count on.
Why Choose BVSM for Water Heater Repair in Beaver County?
BVSM provides dependable water heater repair and HVAC services in Monaca, PA. We work hard to achieve the best results in the heating and cooling industry, which means going above and beyond with these achievements:
- We’re your Bryant factory-authorized dealer in Beaver County.
- We hire only the best NATE-certified technicians.
- We’re a member of the Beaver County Alliance for Consumer Protection.
Located in Monaca, PA, BVSM is proud to offer reliable water heater services to the community.
Call 724-417-9550 today or contact us online for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is my water heater noisy?
In most cases, if you hear a lot of noise from your water heater, sediment has built up on the bottom. Because this sediment heats up differently from the water, it can cause your system to malfunction, operate inefficiently, and make noise.
Other causes of noise would be electrical or pressure issues. All of these warrant attention from a professional as soon as possible.
What are the signs of a failing water heater?
While many signs of trouble with a water heater suggest it needs repairs or professional attention, there are a few that are more dire. If your bills keep creeping up or your water doesn’t stay consistently warm, even after repairs and maintenance, it’s probably time for a new unit.
Any corrosion of the body of your water heater also warrants replacement. Frequent repairs suggest a water heater on its last legs, meaning replacement may be more cost-effective.
How often should a water heater be serviced?
At least once a year, sometimes more often for homes with hard water. By having a professional inspect your unit, it can also be checked for developing issues, tested for reliability, and inspected for safety, giving you the best possible service life and performance.