Is your Water Heater Leaking?
- No hot water and slight moisture near the bottom of the water heater
- Water running down the sides of the water heater
- Water on the floor near the water heater
- Leak from the shut off valve
- Leak from a flex line
- Leak from the T/P overflow line
Performing a visual inspection of the water heater is a good way to see where the leak is coming from. It is a good idea to have a flashlight and a step ladder handy. This way if you need to take a closer look at a certain part of the tank – you will already have the tools you need.
You can also call and speak with one of our water heater plumber experts. They are available 24 hours a day to walk you through an analysis or send a technician out to diagnosis the problem for you. We understand that some people like to troubleshoot problems themselves before having a serviceman check out the problem. We are happy to assist you over the phone with any questions you have while you are inspecting the water heater.
Some customers prefer to have a serviceman out to diagnose and fix the problem without getting too technical. At Water Heaters Only, Inc, we are happy to take care of the entire process. Once on-site, our technician can inform you about the problems and solutions so you can get hot water again quickly.
If your water heater is leaking, call toll free 1-800-835-8041. A water heater plumber can assist you in turning off the gas or electricity. Then they can help direct you in turning off the water to help minimize any possible water damage. You can schedule an appointment for a Water Heaters Only, Inc technician to come to your home. Our technician will arrive prepared to diagnose the problem with your leaking water heater and let you know exactly what the solution is. He will be able to repair or replace your water heater right away.
Expert water heater customer service is available 24 hours a day to assist with any water heater problem, call 1-800-835-8041.
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Leaking Water Heater Photos
Observe closely! You may not see water at the bottom of your water heater or there might not be a noticeable leakage. If you see rust stains running down the tank or a large buildup of corrosion, it could be a sign of a leak from a different area. This is a good time to do an visual inspection and call for help.