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La Verne Water Heater Repair Services
We service and repair all models and brands of La verne water heater. Is your’s dripping water? Does it take way too long to get hot? Do you have any other issues with your’s, just call us. We will take care of the rest. Returning your heater back to normal working order. Call JB Plumbing 24/7 to schedule an appointment today. We always work with your schedule when we set up your appointment. For a convenient La Verne appointment, call us anytime at:
If you would rather , you can contact us by email for your repair. Please tell us your name, address and phone number and a brief description of your issue. Upon receipt of your email, we will contact you to schedule your La Verne water heater repair service appointment.
This text will help you become more informed about your heating systems. This text will help you to save on repair bills while also extending the life of your heater.
WARNING FROM JB LA VERNE PLUMBING: Don’t take chances with your safety. This text is only for informational purposes only. We never recommend that you try to do repairs on your own. All repairs will require a licensed plumber with expertise in water, gas or vent systems. Undertaking these repairs can be extremely dangerous. For professional La Verne water heater repair service, call us any time at:
La Verne Heater Service Problems:
No Hot Water ?
With no hot water being produced by a natural gas system there are some things that you can check before calling us. First check to see if the pilot is lit on your natural gas heater. If the pilot is lit on, next check the thermostat. The thermostat should be set to a normal position. If the pilot is on and the thermostat is on the problem is going to need diagnosis by an expert Plumbing service.
If you have an electric heater, there are some things that need to be checked. First check the electrical panel to verify that the fuse or circuit breaker has not blown or become tripped. If your’s has it’s own disconnect box, verify that the disconnect lever is in the on position.
If it’s receiving electrical power check the thermostat to see that they are set at a normal heat setting. It is unlikely that someone has turned them way down, but it can happen.
The usual cause of this problem is a bad heating element. A bad thermostat could also be at fault.
Limited Hot Water
When a electric heater is producing only a small amount of hot water, the problem is usually the lower heating element. These elements become encrusted with mineral deposits and in time this reduces the effectiveness of the element. When a natural gas heater is producing only a small amount, the problem is usually the control valve. If the thermostat is set too low, it will not produce the adequate amount. Check the settings on the thermostats.
Sometimes customers call in that the water being produced is too hot. This can be a simple problem to solve. Try turning the settings down on the thermostat this will usually correct the situation. If this does not correct the problem the thermostat will have to be replaced.
Complaints of Noise
Sometimes customers complain about noises coming, people commonly notice a rumbling in the heater. This frightens into calling a plumber. What causes the noise? The noise is from the sediment that has accumulated. Water is trapped between the layers of sediment. When it’s temperature becomes hot enough, it explodes out of the layers. These small explosions sound like a cracking or rumbling noise, they should not be ignored. These noises can be minimized by removing sediment. Sediment is removed by flushing or draining the la verne water heater.