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Looking for some hot water repairs Canberra? Every plumbing system needs repairs from time to time. After all, the water system is under pressure all the time for a typical household. And there is all manner of reasons why a hot water system can become damaged.

We are confident that we can resolve the majority of hot water repair issues you might have. However, in some instances, a replacement is a necessity.

A leaky water heater could be the result of a faulty T&P (temperature and pressure) relief valve, or a leak from a nearby plumbing connection or even the tank itself. A T&P valve and plumbing leaks can be repaired, but a leaky water heater tank cannot – the unit must be replaced as soon as possible.

If you need hot water repairs Canberra or an installation, then give us a call today on 📞 0411 169 327!

What Causes Hot Water To Stop Working?

A water heater that produces no hot water may not be getting power, or it may have a tripped limit switch or one or more failed heating elements. First, check the water heater’s circuit breaker in the service panel to make sure it hasn’t tripped. If the breaker has tripped, switch it off, then switch it back on again.

Should I Turn Off My Hot Water Heater If It Is Leaking?

If you experience a leaking water heater, it is recommended to turn off the water to your tank. Your water heater tank should have a dedicated shutoff valve on the cold inlet pipes.

Can Water Damage A Water Heater?

When a water heater’s controls are underwater even for a short time, damage can occur to the tank’s control valve (gas) or thermostat (electric). Both of these controls feature electronic and electrical components that can short out when they are submerged or take on moisture.

Why Is Water Leaking From The Bottom Of My Water Heater?

Most water heaters last between 10 to 13 years, and if one is leaking from the bottom of the tank inside the burner compartment, old age might be the cause. This is caused by years of sediment building up in the bottom of the water heater tank. Eventually, the bottom of the tank will rust through and begin to leak.

How Often Should I Drain My Water Heater?

It’s generally a good idea to drain your water heater at least once a year. If you live in an area with hard water, you may need to drain it more frequently.

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Plumbing Services Provided

Residential Plumbing CanberraWe provide all types of plumbing services, to meet any domestic, commercial, industrial or rural need. Whether it’s a burst pipe you want rectified or your hot water system replaced, we’re here to help. Our professional and qualified plumbers can assist you with:

  • Maintenance Plumbing
  • All plumbing & drainage
  • Emergency call outs available
  • Stormwater services
  • Extensions & renovations
  • Burst pipes
  • Leaking taps & toilets
  • Blocked toilets & pipes
  • Roof repairs & installation
  • CCTV drain inspections
  • Thermostatic mixing valves
  • Back-flow prevention
  • Rainwater tank installations
  • Fixture replacements
  • Pre-purchase plumbing inspections

If you’re looking for plumbing specialist near you in Canberra, give us a call on 📞 0411 169 327.

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Want to get the best experience for your plumbing and gas needs in Canberra? Call us today on 📞 0411 169 327. We offer high quality plumbing solutions for residential, commercial and industrial sectors.

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We provide all types of plumbing services, to meet any domestic, commercial, industrial or rural need.