Welcome to Water Heaters Plumbing Helots!

water heaters plumbing HelotsWater heater repair from experienced professionals is just minutes away from your home. When you call our experts, we can be out to your home quickly, assess the issue and make the necessary repairs with your time in mind. Whether you require simple maintenance or an entirely new system, we can provide you with the quality services and affordable prices that you need.

Our plumbers are knowledgeable and experienced, and they have experience with both electric and conventional gas water heaters. If you only need repairs, our technician can handle the problem so you don’t have to worry about it any more.

If you need a new water heater in your home, you need to be sure that you hire experienced professional to perform the installation. Improper installation can result in reduced energy efficiency, higher energy bills or even damage from flooding. When you choose us, you can rest assured that you have hired a professional team of plumbers that have skill and expertise that you can trust.

We like to tell our customers that it's always good to test your water heater’s T&P valve about every six months or so. Just lift the test lever and let it snap back. This will produce a blast of hot water through the valve’s overflow tube. If no water shows up, or if the lever won’t move, replace the valve as quickly as possible. If water does appear, but you notice that the valve now drips consistently, open and close the valve several times. If it still leaks, tap gently on the lever pin with a hammer and then retest. If it still leaks, replace the valve.

In order to replace a T&P relief valve, shut off the water and power, and let the water cool for at least a few hours. Open an upstairs faucet and the tank’s drain valve. You don’t need to empty the entire tank, just drain it to a point below the valve fitting. Take out the overflow pipe from is outlet. Then use a pipe wrench to unscrew the old valve from the tank. Coat the new valve’s threads with pipe-thread sealing tape, and tighten it into the heater. Stop when the valve’s outlet points straight down. Screw the overflow pipe into the valve’s outlet, and turn the water back on. Bleed all air from the tank through an upstairs faucet, and turn on the power.

You will generally come across just a few main problems with a water heater: a faulty T&P relief valve, accumulation of sediment in the bottom of the tank, and a corroded anode rod. We can help you to deal with these problems and other more specific problems.