The average household uses up to 120 gallons of hot water every day, but we can really neglect our water heaters. Unless you’re stuck taking that ice cold shower, you rarely think about its importance until it’s out of order. That’s where your water heater repair company comes in.
To make it convenient and easy for you to schedule an appointment, fill out the form below or give us a call at any time at 702-567-0707.
Signs Your Water Heater Is Having Problems
- Hot water doesn’t last long or fails to come at all
- Pilot light turning on and off or not turning on at all
- Strange color or smell from the water
- Leaking water heater tank
Our ultimate goal is to fix a minor issue before it becomes a major one so that you won’t have to undergo a costly but avoidable replacement. If you want to save hundreds of dollars and extend the life of your water heater by several years, call us ASAP. Call us today at 702-567-0707 or click here for a free water heater repair estimate.
Broken Water Heater? Not Getting Any Hot Water?
These things happen. One of the most common water heater problems simply occurs over time: Water heaters have an “anode rod,” which attracts the most corrosive things in the water to keep it from damaging the water heater tank itself. Over time, it gets corroded and fails to do its job properly.
We can replace your anode rod unless too much damage has been done to the tank, causing leaking to occur. Whatever your scenario, you can count on us to take care of you promptly and with your best interests in mind.
To make it convenient and easy for you to contact us for an appointment, you can schedule an appointment online or you can give us a call at any time at 702-567-0707.
Your Water Heater Experts
At The Cooling Co, we perform repairs and replacements on both traditional water heaters as well as tankless water heaters, and we can even tackle commercial water heater repairs. We’re accredited by the BBB and offer a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. We’re a family-owned and -operated company, and our motto is “Transparency. Compassion. Courage.”
We serve the Greater Las Vegas area, including:
- Green Valley
- Whitney Ranch
- Boulder Highway
Maintenance for a Healthy Water Heater
The average lifespan of a water heater is around 10-13 years, but that doesn’t mean it won’t need maintenance in the meantime. According to manufacturer specifications, maintenance is recommended once every year. This can include:
- A thorough flush of the water heater to remove sediments and debris
- A safety check to ensure the system is running efficiently
- A close look at the anode rod to determine if it needs replacement
- Recommendations for repairs or replacement