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Water Heater Repair

If you need water heater repair, call on the repair services of our plumbing company with many years of experience: Plumb Magic. When we visit your home or business, we make sure that our presence is quick and efficient so that you're not left waiting and ruining your schedule. Even if your current heater is out-of-date, old, and inefficient, our plumbers work hard to keep your water heater in tact and working. We understand that replacing an entire tank can be damaging to a budget, that's why our skilled professionals are trained to do everything they can in assisting your hot water. View our water heater repair service area in Jefferson City & Columbia, MO.

Let our certified plumbers help with your water heater needs. You will find that most tank problems can be fixed with a simple plumbing appointment. Our speedy experts will be in and out in no time!

Electric Water Heater

Several symptoms which may suggest that you need repair work are if you have a leaky tank or there is an absence of warm water. Whenever this happens, give our professional plumbing company a call! We will send a qualified technician to your home or business in no time. Our plumbers will take a look at your water heater and supply you with a diagnosis of the issue. In many situations, all you will require is a replacement part or a simple tweak that can get your heater going like new again.

Tankless Water Heater Repair

Our plumbing company offers both traditional and tankless water heater repair services. While traditional tanks are still common, tankless systems are growing in popularity and we want you to know that we service these models as well. Because of the demands placed on tankless systems to warm water to usable temperatures quickly and upon demand, a substantial amount of gas is utilized to provide that immediate heat.

Tankless Water Heater

To be able to maintain the effectiveness of the heating system, the gas supply which supplies the fuel for heating has to be kept at high pressure. If the gas pressure isn't sufficient, the appliance could possibly provide sufficient heating for a single source of warm water, but not enough to provide warm water to numerous places. Using hot water in the shower and kitchen sink simultaneously could overwhelm your appliance if there isn't enough gas pressure.

Also, you may notice that you have brown or rust-colored water. Even with today's technology, there are still parts of tankless units which are prone to rust. To be able to fight corrosion, manufacturers place 'sacrificial' rods inside the heaters. These rods rust before almost every other part of the heater does, and often when rust becomes too heavy the rust from the rods escapes and makes its way into the water leaving the system. This is a clear sign that the rods have to be replaced.

It might also be an indication that there's a more urgent problem with the heater, since the rods might be corroding quicker than they ought to be, so much so that the rust is actually visibly coloring the water. In this situation, a pipe may be leaking or the system built to redirect condensation from the heat exchange may not be performing as it should be.

Please contact us if you need to schedule an appointment!