Monday, July 22, 2019

TX Sugar Land Water Heater

Our technician licensed plumbers know about traditional gas and electric water heaters as well as newer tankless water heater units. We offer installation and reforms for both water heaters. We advantage hot water widespread systems that will provide instant hot water, saving you water and money.

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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Water heater questions and answers

Are there some warning signs that might indicate a potential water heater problem?

If you ever notice water around your water heater, there may be a leak that calls for the immediate attention of a water heater technician. Calling in a tech to do a leak detection will save you money in the long run; having your house flood due to a failed water heater will cost you a pretty penny, while a simple check-up will cost you just a fraction of that.
Also, if you find that you keep running out of hot water quickly, there are probably large quantities of calcium build-up in the water heater tank. Flushing the water heater tank will get rid of any material that has accumulated on the bottom of the tank, and the chances of a leak or other serious problems can be reduced.

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Problem: Gas Water Heater Won’t Heat or Not Enough Hot Water

No Hot Water: Check the pilot light, is it on? Check the gas, is it on?
If the pilot light is off you can attempt to relight it. The water heater manual that came with your water heater should have the proper instructions on how to do this. You can also use an ignitor to light the pilot light
Not Enough Hot Water: Check the thermostat. While this may not be the cause of your problem as thermostats very rarely malfunction, it is not a bad place to start.
Your home not having enough hot water could be due to a

  • Improper thermostat setting
  • Improper Size
  • Gas Valve needs to be replaced
Tel : (832) 510-6972

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

10 Water Heater Tips :


Though many manufacturers set their water heater thermostats at 140°F, most typical households are comfortable with 120°F. Try taking a shower after you’ve made the adjustment; it’s unlikely you will notice a substantial difference in the temperature. Not only does this small decrease cut costs, it also reduces scalding and slows mineral buildup and corrosion in your heater and pipes.


Insulating your storage tank (whether it’s electric, natural gas or oil) helps to reduce heat loss and prevents the unit from turning on as frequently. Be careful to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations which include not covering the heater’s thermostat, burner, and the top and bottom. Call your local plumber for assistance in insulating your hot water tank.


Heat traps allow the flow of cold water into the tank, but prevent heated water and unwanted convection to flow from the unit. Most modern water heaters are designed with built-in heat traps. But if your unit is more than 10 years old (and in good condition), installing a heat trap is a viable option. Ask your professional plumber for more information.


While this may seem like an obvious tip, using cold water for most laundry loads (especially during the rinse cycle) and for basic grooming (brushing teeth, washing hands, etc.) will go a long way in helping cut down your utility bill.


A leaky faucet may seem like a minor nuisance, but it can waste water and money in a very short period of time. Repair any leaky faucet immediately (be sure to check the outdoor faucets as well). Did you know that 10% of homes have plumbing leaks that waste over 90 gallons a day (!


It’s a good practice to drain your water heater every year or so. Draining the tank helps to remove sediment that can impede heat transfer and ultimately lower the efficiency of the unit. While this is a relatively easy procedure, always make sure to follow the manufacturer’s directions. If in doubt, call a professional to help with water heater maintenance.


A traditional water heater tank is always running, which is a waste of electricity. Installing a timer to turn off your heater at night is a great way to help conserve energy – and could add years to the life of the unit. Call your local plumber for more information on water heater timers.


In addition to insulating the tank itself, consider adding insulation to the first 6 feet of both the hot and cold water pipes connected to the unit. This will prevent fire hazards and help conserve heat so that your system doesn’t have to work so hard to reheat it.


If your dishwasher or washing machine is more than 10 years old, you might consider replacing it with a new, more energy-efficient model. There are many new designs on the market (including ENERGY STAR® models) that use less water and are much more efficient than what was on the market even a decade ago.


It’s a good idea to replace your water heater if it is more than 10 years old. An old water heater is not only inefficient but could also cause irreparable damage if it leaks or bursts.

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Thursday, June 27, 2019

TX Sugar Land Water Heater

We Have the Best Plumbers As Well As Excellent Equipment

Water heaters require everyday upkeep and carrier to maintain them working properly. We offer carrier contracts which encompass water heater maintenance where we will provide the indispensable service, inspections, and annual renovation in order to keep your water heater working properly, efficiently, and safely. With our regular water heater services, we can apprehend and diagnose troubles earlier than they become most important problems. This can prevent the need for pricey water heater repairs and untimely water heater replacement.

If your warm water heater can no longer be repaired and ought to be replaced, or if you require new water heater installation, please contact our plumbers today. We can grant specialist recommendation to assist you choose the high-quality water heater for your desires and grant professional service when installing your hot water heater in order to ensure that it works true with minimal problems for years to come.

TX Sugar Land Water Heater 

Tel: (832) 510-6972

14019 Southwest Fwy #301
Sugar LandTX 77478
Monday-Friday: 8 am to 8 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9 am to 6 pm