We here at Homezera don't want you to be left out in the cold. So when your water heater gives out, is busted up, or breaks down please give us a call. There are a hundred different reasons a water heater could fail, and our experienced crew here at Homezera know them all. We're trying to give you the best water heater repair Kirksville, MO has to offer. So for a misbehaving heating unit, give us a call at the phone number (855) 979-7576. Our operators are standing by now, so call today.
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Getting a Great Deal for Water Heater Repair - Kirksville, MO
Repairing your water heater in Kirksville, MO shouldn't cost you an arm and a leg, and Homezera wants to help with all your water heating repair for a reasonable price. Our policy is to give you the best service for the lowest possible pricing. This is because we here at Homezera believe in offering the greatest value for service around. Take a look at our pricing graph above to find out how you can save money by using our services. You'll find that we offer the most competitive rates for water heater repair Kirksville, MO has ever seen. So give us a call. That number again is (855) 979-7576.
Water Heater Repair in Kirksville FAQ
What is involved with an Installation Job?
Our experienced technician first off delivers the actual unit to your home. After delivery, the old unit is removed, and the new unit takes its place. Then either the tubing or piping is next, with sometimes as much as five feet required for a successful install depending on if it's gas or oil. Afterwards any necessary conversions take place if it was either gas or oil and needs to be reversed. It is paramount that your piping lines be clear at this juncture, otherwise damage to your unit could occur. Once the final copper pipes are fitted and sealed, we run a diagnostic check on your unit to ensure everything is working in pristine condition. If everything is a green light, we then clean up the place and leave you to enjoy your brand new water heater.
Is there anything I can do to Troubleshoot my Water Heater Unit Before Calling for Repair?
No one likes the feeling of cold water in the shower or a lack of heat during winter. So as a homeowner there are a few things you can do to help with the process. Firstly make sure that your circuit breaker for your water heater hasn't tripped. If it has, simply set it back to enjoy the heat again. If this occurs regularly, feel free to contact an electrician to fix the problem. The next and most overlooked problem is checking the thermostat for your heating unit. Be sure that it checks out to be both on and with the heat turned up. Otherwise, if all that doesn't seem to be the problem, please give us a call. Also call (855) 979-7576 immediately if you notice any brown water leaking out, foul smelling odors, noisy pipes, or if your pilot light has shut off completely and won't turn back on.