Hot water heater problems? We can help!
A properly functioning water heater is something we often take for granted. We expect to enjoy a hot shower when we want one and hot water for washing dishes and many other uses at your home or business. When you are experiencing hot water heater problems, it can be a rude awakening – especially if it means a cold shower before heading to work! Here at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, we understand the urgency when your water heater isn’t providing you with hot water. We also deal with situations in which you recognize the telltale signs that hot water heater problems aren’t far into the future, such as decreasing hot water capacity, lukewarm water, or leaking.
When you call on us because you are experiencing hot water heater problems, there will be one of two outcomes– either the problem is repairable or it isn’t. It might surprise you how often an issue can be resolved with a minor repair, but there are also situations in which the repairs would be costly enough that replacement is a better solution. This can be the case with an older water heater that isn’t worth investing in any longer or if it is time to upgrade to a more efficient one that will save you money by lowering your utility bill. Our technician will go over all the options and provide the facts you need to know so you can make an informed decision about the best solution for your hot water heater problems.
If you have any questions about our water heater repair or replacement services, as well as regular maintenance that can help you avoid hot water heater problems, don’t hesitate to contact us. We proudly serve the various communities in Henderson County, North Carolina with both residential and commercial plumbing services.
At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, we can fix your hot water heater problems in Buncombe County, including Asheville, Biltmore Forest, Black Mountain, Montreat, Weaverville, and Woodfin, and Henderson County, including Hendersonville, Saluda, Fletcher, Laurel Park, and Mills River, North Carolina.