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Residential Water Heater Installations and Repairs

Water Heater Installations

Is it time to replace your old water heater? If you have an aging of failing water heater, putting off replacing it can have costly consequences for your home. If it’s become corroded and leaky over time, it could be running up your energy bill, causing mold to grow in your home or even running the risk of becoming an electrical hazard.

At LinkNow Media, we offer a full array of water heater installation services, so whether you are installing a brand new water heater or simply replacing one that’s past its expiry date, we can help. Thanks to our years of experience installing water heaters, we can help you choose the perfect for your home’s plumbing system and your typical water usage and often install it in the same day.

We can assist in the installation of:

  • Electric water heaters
  • Gas water heaters
  • Hybrid water heaters
  • Tank-less water heaters

All you have to do is pick up the phone and drop us a line and we’ll be at your service.

Water Heater Repairs

Some of the most common water heater repairs LinkNow Media gets tasked with include:

Too little hot water. If your water tank is consistently running out of hot water, we can correct that for you easily without creating a scalding hazard.

No hot water. If there is no hot water at all when you twist the faucet, there are several different explanations, but it’s most likely that there’s a problem with the thermocouple or pilot light. Unless you have training, you’re better off letting LinkNow Media’s professional doing this difficult task for you.

Foul smelling water. If your hot water smells off when it comes out of the tap, it could be infected with bacteria. If a rotten egg-like smell is overpowering your every time you turn on the hot water, we can clean out your tank with a hydrogen peroxide solution. If the smell occurs when you also turn on your cold water, the source is probably not your water tank.

Noisy tank. If your water tank keeps clanking and banging, it could be that there is too much sediment in the bottom of it and that the heating element is literally burning it away. It could also be that the heating element is burning itself out. Whenever the noise becomes increasingly loud and frequent, contact LinkNow Media.

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Start saving on your energy bills with a consultation by calling (204) 890-6666.

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