Water Heaters, Asheville, NC

We are available for repair, maintenance, and replacement of water heaters in Asheville and many of the surrounding areas.

Water Heaters in Asheville, North Carolina
Water heaters are available in all shapes and sizes for small studio apartments up to massive commercial structures. When you turn on a faucet or shower, expecting warm water to come through the tap, this is a result of your water heater using gas or electricity to heat the water. There are tankless water heater options that heat the water on demand, but most residential structures have traditional tank water heaters that hold a set number of gallons. Without a functional water heater in your home, you will be stuck with cold showers and chilly hand washing.

There are a few signs that water heaters are giving out or in need of repair. If you notice any strong odors coming from the tank, it could mean that the heating element or rod inside is going bad. If the scent is musty or moldy, there could also be a leak that is causing mildew growth nearby. Strange noises coming from your water heater can also indicate a problem. The most common issue that property owners see with their water heaters is a sudden leak. You might notice wet spots on the ground around the tank or dripping noises, both of which are indicators of a leaky water heater. Because water heaters can hold a large volume of water, a change in pressure or crack can cause a lot of water damage, so keep an eye on yours to make sure you know if there is a problem.

Our team at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville is available for repair, maintenance, and replacement of water heaters in Asheville, North Carolina and many of the surrounding cities. Call us today to get started on your plumbing project!

 

 

 


At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, we can install or repair water heaters 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.