Buford, GA Water Heater Repair, Maintenance & Installation
Unless you love cold showers, you value your well-functioning water heater. When that water heater is on the fritz, either leaking or not turning on, call Comfort Control Inc for the best quality and the best result.
There are numerous types of water heaters on the market, from giant tanks to heaters with no tank at all. We service many different types of water heaters, including:
- Traditional gas-powered tank units.
- Traditional electric-powered tank unit.
- Tankless unit.
- Heat pump (hybrid) unit.
Water Heater Break Down? Call Comfort Control Inc.
There are several issues that can plague your water heater, leading to some nasty symptoms that make home life unpleasant. Some of the primary repairs needed on water heaters are:
- No Hot Water - This could mean a malfunctioning pilot, gas control valve or a broken thermostat or heating element.
- Strange Noises - While water heaters do make some noises, a rumbling or popping sound means the water in your heater is boiling, possibly caused by excess sediment.
- Rusty or Odd-Smelling Water - This can be caused by a build-up of bacteria or pipe corrosion.
- Leakage Around the Base - Water heater leakage can be caused by a broken temperature and pressure relief valve.
Not only can we resolve these issues and more, but Comfort Control Inc can also help you avoid these problems by performing regular maintenance, checking for the start of any problem and delivering services that prevent issues from arising.
Need A New Water Heater? Let Us Do A Professional Installation
The life of a water heater is finite. You can usually get about 10 years of life out of a traditional tank water heater, or up to 20 years from a tankless model. However, at some point in homeownership, you’ll need to replace your water heater. This is a complex process that requires an expert touch.
Our expert technicians will inspect your unit to determine if a newer unit is the best solution. Water heater issues like a reduction in temperature or water built up around the base of the heater can mean your unit should be replaced.
We'll help you determine if you are best off with a gas or electric-powered unit, or whether a tankless water heater or heat pump water heater is your best option. Installation is where our technicians' expertise shines. We will do everything within our power to find a unit that meets your water heating needs.