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Diamond Bar Water Heater service will install and maintain any make and model of electric and gas water heater. They will evaluate your water heater at any time and determine if your water heater has been compromised in any manner and in need of repair, maintenance or replacement.
If you are experiencing water heater problems such a leaking tank, low tone rumbling, not enough hot water or no action from the water heater at all, it is time to call the water heater specialists at Diamond Bar Water Heater service. They are on duty 24 hours a day, every day of the week from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday included. You can contact Diamond Bar by telephone and email and a trained water heater specialist will return your communication and schedule an appointment for an evaluation or consultation.
Diamond Bar Water Heater service offers a word of warning about your water heater. Do not try to repair it on your own unless you are a properly trained and licensed water heater specialist. All water heaters, no matter how they are fired, have built in safety features, and those features could be compromised unknowingly, thereby compromising the health and safety of you, your family and your property.
The information provided by Diamond Bar Water Heater service specialist is meant to educate only and not instruct in the matter of water heater repair. The repairs or maintenance may seem simple, but still require the attention of a specialist who is licensed and trained professional, no matter how simple the work seems.
From time to time, you may experience no hot water. That can be a frustrating, and not to mention, discovery. Chances are the water heater will lose its will to heat water at the most inopportune time. There are two things you can check yourself without compromising the workings of the water heater. Check the water temperature control on the side of the water heater and make sure it is still on the right setting. Sometimes the dial can be knocked out of whack by activity around the water heater. If that is the case, crank the dial up to the correct setting. The same is true for the opposite case, and that is if the water seems way to hot. The dial could have been knocked out of whack in the higher direction. Either way, those are two easy fixes.
If the temperature dial is not the problem, check the pilot light if the water heater is gas fired. If the pilot light has gone out, the water will not heat. The pilot light is protected by a small door, usually at the bottom of the water heater. The door sometimes can become dislodged by activity around the water heater and a breeze will blow the light out.
Relighting the pilot is another easy fix you can try yourself without compromising the water heater. On the front of the water heater are directions to relight the pilot. If you feel comfortable giving that a try, just follow the directions. If not, call the water heater specialists at Diamond Bar. If the pilot lighting is successful, you are good to go. If the pilot light does not stay lit, it is time to call in the water heater specialists at Diamond Bar, and they will diagnose the problem.
Water heaters have a heating element that becomes less effective is it picks up sediment and minerals in the water. Minerals are a product of hard water that contains elements such as calcium and magnesium. Sediment is deposited into the tank when the tank fills from the water source. When the heating element becomes completely clogged, water will not heat. Before the water does not heat at all, you will notice a decrease in the temperature of the water and should suspect something is wrong and needs to be evaluated.
The control valve that is a part of each water heater is the brains of the water heating system. If that malfunctions, the water heater will not function. It is usually an abrupt thing for the control valve to malfunction. Control valves are expensive to install. If your water heater has seen more than half of the projected years, you may want to consider replacing the water heater. If the water heater is fairly new and not under warranty, you may want to consider just replacing the control valve. It depends which is most cost effective for you.
If you are experiencing water heater problems, call Diamond Bar Water Heater services and let the experts evaluate your water heater and recommend the appropriate repairs or replacement of your system.