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If you haven't had your water heater checked in the past year, there's a chance that a key component is not working properly and that could lead to a devastating explosion. Our Hurst TX plumbers have prevented exactly this scenario several times in the past couple of years.
In the late 19th and early 20th century conventional water heaters didn't have temperature and pressure (T&P) release valves. When the thermostat failed and continued heading for too long, the pressure didn't have anywhere to go, causing massive damage. As the water in the tank began to boil the pressure inside would grow. Eventually the water would begin to boil and the pressure in the tank would reach a critical level. The tank would bow and eventually explode, sending a shock wave through the home and spraying everything in the vicinity with scalding hot water.
Today, all water heaters come with T&P valves, but even they can sometimes get stuck and cause the same problems. This is just one component of a modern water heater with major damage potential. To make sure that they're all covered and working properly, you'll need the help of a Hurst water heater repair team that knows the equipment inside and out.
Just how many different kinds of water heaters are there? You've got your conventional 40 pound tanked heater, either gas or electric, and your point of use water heater. Then there's the half sized and commercial water heaters, along with the tankless water heaters and a few solar ones. Then factor all the brands that manufacture each and multiply it by the number of things that could go wrong with any one of them, and you're starting to get the idea.
When you call us for your water heater repair needs, you'll get the attention of a plumber who knows the equipment inside and out: literally. We service every brand of equipment you can think of, including:
'I don't usually do reviews, but when I get service that goes above and beyond, well that's a different story. My hot water heater was on the fritz, and I called the plumber. They gave me quotes on a new unit, but suggested that I have someone come out and look at it. I'm glad I did. They checked out my hot water heater and found the problem, a loose connection in my thermostat. Saved me a boatload. ' -Ray G
'Excellent service. They showed up in the window they gave me and finished the job in less time than they quoted. ' -Terry B