If you turn the tap and no hot water comes out, you may be searching for a water heater replacement in Aurora, IL. Like most folks, you likely expect a ready supply of hot water when you need it, whether in the kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room. If your hot water heater is acting up, TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing is ready to repair or replace your unit, depending on the source of the issue and your preferences. We also offer reliable water heater installation when it's time for a new unit.
Quality Water Heater Installation in Aurora
- Emitting rusty water
- Making odd sounds
- Not heating water
Water coming from your tap that’s a rusty color may indicate a problem with corrosion in your pipes, but it can also indicate rust inside your water heater. Even in water heaters that are less than 10 years old, rust can set in if the right conditions and type of water are prevalent. Rust is a harbinger of leaks ahead, so hot water heater replacement looms down the road.
Once your heater reaches its expected lifespan of 10 years or so, the chance for leaks increases substantially. If you see water coming from your tank, you need to replace it sooner rather than later. Leaks can indicate tiny fractures in the tank; they can also indicate poor-fitting connections or problems with your tank’s overflow pipe pressure. Don’t delay in addressing a leaking water tank. Doing so can result in rot and decay, mold and mildew, and destroyed flooring and other structures.
Hot water heaters that emit odd noises may also be on the fritz. Normally, you shouldn’t hear your hot water heater operate. Rumbling noises that increase in volume as the water inside heats are a sign of pending problems and are usually caused by sediment buildup that causes your tank to become inefficient or results in cracks in the storage tank. Having your plumber flush the water heater may help in some cases, but not all. Sometimes noise indicates extensive damage and new water heater installation is necessary.
And finally, if your hot water heater just simply doesn’t heat water at all, then things like a spent heating element or faulty thermostat may be to blame. Your pro plumbing technician can identify any problems and advise whether hot water heater replacement or repair is best.
Beyond these causes, you may want to reach out to TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing for water heater installation even if your current unit is still functional. Ask our technicians about upgrades to your water heater, such as tankless water heater installation for on-demand, energy-efficient water heating or a larger tank to accommodate the needs of your growing family.
Reliable Water Heater Replacement in Aurora
Despite the best upkeep and maintenance, all water heaters eventually experience problems at some point. Water heater replacement is an eventual and essential part of home ownership. Luckily, our team at TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing is ready with expert water heater replacement services to get your household back up and running again quickly.
Call our team from TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to schedule water heater installation in Aurora now.