Water Heater Repair in Garland TX

Sometimes it's really easy to tell if you need to call a plumber for water heater repair, sometimes it's not. So we've put together a list of things you should check before calling one of our Garland, TX plumbers.

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  1. You turn on the shower and get blasted with arctic spray
  2. You wade into the utility room
  3. The water from your sink creates a small cloud above the faucet head
  4. You think there may be an angry dwarf trying to hack his way out of the storage tank
  5. When you turn on your faucet it smells like that time your dog got into the deviled eggs
  6. You went to take a shower and now everyone asks you how you got that awesome rust-colored tint to your hair.

But seriously, if your water is too hot or too cold this can be a problem with your water heater's thermostat. It may also be a problem with the heating element in an electric model or the gas flow valve in a gas-fired water heater.

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A severe leak might be the result of the intake valve being loose, broken or corroded. It could also be corrosion in the body of the tank itself (although this would have been preceded by rust colored water for at least a week).


Popping or banging sounds from the interior of the storage tank point to a sediment build up at the bottom of the tank. The sediment gets heated up and causes water at the base of the tank to boil causing a popping sound. Larger pieces of sediment can be projected into the side of the tank causing the banging sound.


A sediment problem can also be to blame if there is a A Professional Contractor Repairing the Intake Valve on a Water Heater rotten egg smell whenever you turn on a faucet. The sediment in the base of the tank combines with loose hydrogen and allows bacteria to grow. A full tank flush is about the only way to handle this problem. If the flush doesn't work a Garland, TX plumber could try a peroxide treatment to remove the bacteria.

Rusty Water

Traditional storage tank water heaters have an anode rod in them. The entire purpose for this piece of metal is to oxidize and prevent the interior of the steel tank from rusting. If your water is running orange and brown, it's a good bet that the anode needs to be replaced.

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We have technicians in the field 24/7 who can help with your water heater problems. There is literally no reason to wait. Let us get your water heater issues fixed today so you can get on with your life. Call now!