Water Heater Services in Nampa
When something goes wrong with your water heater and you don’t have the hot water you need for showers, laundry, and other home appliances, call Dillon Plumbing. Whether your water heater needs to be repaired or replaced, our plumbing professionals offer help in Boise Metro and the surrounding areas. Contact us today at (208) 466-3707 for fast and effective help with any water heater problem.
Water Heater Repairs in Nampa & The Surrounding Areas
When it’s time for water heater repair in Nampa or anywhere in the Boise Metro, call on the reliable team from Dillon Plumbing to get the work done for you!
We’ll get an expert plumber to your door ASAP to find out why your water heater is not working and get it repaired. Stop relying on internet searches for “water heater repair near me” and call us instead!
Don’t let your water heater service in Boise Metro wait. Most of the time, water heater problems will just get worse if you let them go. When you give us a call, we may be able to fix your water heater before you run out of hot water completely.
When Should I Call for Water Heater Repair in Nampa Or The Surrounding Areas?
Call us about hot water heater repair in Nampa whenever you have questions. You should definitely reach out in the following situations:
- You don’t have hot water.
- Your hot water isn’t lasting as long as it used to or as long as you think it should last.
- Your hot water isn’t as hot as you remember it being. (Check the temperature settings on the water heater before you call us. They can change if the heater gets bumped and it throws off your hot water temperature!)
- There are signs of water or dried water spots on or around your water heater.
- You hear strange sounds whenever your water heater turns on or whenever you use hot water.
- You have questions about how your water heater is working.
If there is a clear sign that something is wrong with your water heater, reach out to us. Some of the most common issues include:
- Sediment Buildup: If you haven’t had your tank drained in a while, odds are there’s a noticeable buildup of sediment in the bottom, dramatically impacting its efficiency.
- Leak: If your hot water heater has a leak, it will need to constantly need to heat new water, which can have a serious impact on your utility bills. Depending on the location of the leak, it could also cause serious damage to the area surrounding the unit.
- Old Tank: Sometimes, your water heater is just getting to the end of its life and can’t keep up with your hot water demands like it used to.
Water Heater Installations in Nampa & Across Boise Metro
When it’s time for a new water heater, the experts from Dillon can help make sure you get the heater that is perfect for you and your family and that it gets installed properly, every time. We’ll make sure your new water heater fits your current setup, your hot water usage patterns and needs, the size of your home, your energy-saving preferences, and your budget. Then we’ll do your water heater installation in Nampa as soon as possible so we can get your hot water back on fast.
Whether you are replacing a broken hot water heater or want to upgrade because you’re tired of high water and electric bills, we can set you up with a new, energy efficient unit. There are more options available for hot water heaters than ever before. We are happy to explain whether a tankless water heater, electric water heater, or conventional model would be best for your needs.
We can help you find a water heater that fits your:
- Household size
- Family’s water usage
- Energy efficiency preferences
Regardless of the option you choose, our technicians can quickly and efficiently install it.
Time For Water Heater Replacement in Nampa?
Signs your water heater needs to be replaced include:
- Your water heater is at least 10 years old: The average water heater lasts anywhere from eight to 10 years depending on how well-maintained it’s been. Talk with your plumber first to see whether it can be kept running for even longer through a maintenance plan or simple repairs.
- The inlet valve is starting to rust: Even though your water heater is designed to resist rusting, not even the best unit can resist the aging process. Once corrosion starts to take hold, it will continue to spread across the unit and if left unaddressed, will lead to leaks
- It’s starting to make weird or new noises: Machines can make noises when they run, but if you start to notice louder or strange noises coming from your water heater it likely means that there’s an issue. Sometimes this is caused by a sediment buildup at the bottom of the tank, which can and should be cleared out once per year.
- Water pooling around your water heater: Whether you notice an active leak or just notice that there’s a lot of water pooling around your unit, it’s time to call a plumber to fix the problem. The longer you wait to fix this, the more likely it becomes that the leaking water will cause additional property damage.
- There’s no hot water in coming out of your faucets or shower: There are several reasons why your water heater could stop heating the water; the thermostat may need to be readjusted; it could be too small for your home; there could be a broken heating element.
Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heaters
Should I Replace My 15 Year Old Water Heater?
- Water heaters typically only last between 15-20 years if properly maintained, and older units that haven’t been taken care of can go even earlier. New water heaters are also more energy efficient, require fewer repairs, and can increase the value of your home.
Does A Plumber Have To Install A Water Heater?
- While you don’t need a plumber to install a water heater on your own, we always advise getting a professional to install your water heater. An improperly installed water heater can malfunction which can cause serious damage to your home and lead to more expensive headaches down the road. When in doubt, invest in calling a professional for peace of mind and assurance that if something goes wrong, a professional can come fix it quickly.
Does My Water Heater Need Preventative Maintenance?
- Yes! The best way to avoid expensive water heater repairs is to invest in yearly preventative water heater maintenance! When you get a water heater tune up, the plumber can check on parts that are wearing more quickly than others, and clean your unit to help prevent any wear and tear. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to your expensive appliances
How Much Does It Cost To Repair A Water Heater?
- As with all repairs, it depends on what is wrong with the water heater that determines how much to repair is going to cost. The average cost of a one time water heater repair can range from $20-$200, but more specific repairs will cost different amounts
- -A Heating Element can cost between $200 to $500
- -A Thermostat can cost between $150 to $200
- -An Anode Rod replacement will cost around $250 to $300
- -A Pressure Relief Valve can cost between $20 to $200
- For a more exact estimate on repairs, contact a water heater repair expert like the Boise plumbers at Dillon Plumbing!
Nampa Water Heater Experts Serving Metro Boise
Dillion Plumbing offers water heater repair, maintenance, replacement, and installation services to keep your hot water running smoothly. If you are stuck with no hot water, call our plumbers. We have decades of experience working on all water heater models and brands. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment!