Water Heaters in Yukon
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If you have concerns about the reliability of your water heater, the trained, professional technicians at Mr. McGee Plumbing offer solutions. We install, repair, replace, and provide maintenance services for water heaters in Yukon, Canadian County, and the Oklahoma City Metro Area. Our technicians have the experience needed to work on all water heater makes and models.
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At Mr. McGee Plumbing, we know that a leaking water heater or no hot water in the house are problems that need immediate attention. We have same-day and emergency services available for water heaters in Yukon. Our technicians show up fast and get right to work to restore your hot water, whether your existing system can be fixed or needs to be replaced.
Please contact us at (405) 267-4776 for water heater repair, replacement, or maintenance service.
Water Heater Repair & Maintenance
Most of us hardly ever think about the water heater until it stops working or the hot water starts running out too fast. Water heater issues can often be solved with repairs. Water heater repair is usually possible when the problem is a faulty thermostat, valve, heating element, or a leak in the pipe connecting the water heater to your home’s water supply.
In many cases, technicians respond to a call for water heater repair to discover the problem is caused by a lack of maintenance. Regular water heater maintenance is important for preventing breakdowns. Maintenance should include flushing the water heater to prevent sediment buildup in the tank. Replacing the anode rod can help prevent breakdowns and extend the life of the unit.
If your water heater is causing trouble, call (405) 267-4776 for fast and dependable service.
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Water Heater Installation & Replacement
While many water heater problems can be resolved with a simple repair, all issues are not that easily solved. In some situations, a water heater may be too old or badly damaged for repair, such as when the tank is leaking. Your plumbing technician can help you make the decision about repairing or replacing your broken water heater.
Replacement is usually recommended for:
- Age – Most water heaters last about a decade, some will last longer and others not as long depending on how well maintenance has been kept up. If your water heater is nearing the end of its life, your money may be better spent on a new unit than on increasing repair needs.
- Leaks – If the water heater is leaking from the tank, it will need to be replaced.
- Rust or corrosion – If you notice rust-colored hot water, this can be a sign that the tank is corroded and deteriorated. When there is rust in the water or on the outside of the tank, it's time for a new unit.
- Not enough hot water – When the water heater runs out of hot water too soon, it can mean that one of the heating elements has failed. However, if you just never have enough hot water, your water heater may be too small. This is a problem that can’t be fixed and you’ll need a bigger model.
If you need a new water heater installed, choosing the right size is crucial for meeting your home’s hot water requirements. Water heaters are available with different size tanks to provide the right amount of hot water to meet your needs without wasting energy heating water in a tank that is much larger than you need. Your plumbing technician can help you choose the right water heater and make sure it is installed right.
How Long Should Your Hot Water Heater Last?
The lifespan of a water heater can vary depending on factors such as the quality of the unit, the frequency of use, and the maintenance it receives. Generally, a well-maintained water heater can last between 8-12 years. However, some models can last up to 20 years or more with proper care and maintenance. It's important to regularly check and maintain your water heater to ensure it lasts as long as possible.
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