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St. Paul Water Heater Repair

Quality & Reliability from Twin Cities Water Heater Experts

Traditional tank-style water heaters rely on either natural gas or electricity as a source of energy for heating the water in your tank. Our highly-trained St. Paul water heater repair experts have the latest tools and extensive training needed to provide you with the reliable repair and maintenance services that your water heater depends on for longevity and reliability.

Customers across the Twin Cities area trust Home Works to get the job done. We’ve built our reputation on being there for our customers when they need us, whether it’s a small repair or a complete system replacement. We offer 24/7 availability so you can get the service you need when you need it the most, and can even come to you same-day when your water heater is giving you issues. We’re so confident in our ability to obtain your satisfaction that we guarantee it 100 percent—if you’re unhappy, we’ll do whatever it takes to make things right. There’s no substitute for excellence, so why would you trust anyone else?

Receive a free estimate and get the water heater repairs you need by calling HomeWorks at (651) 401-8068.

Common Gas Water Heater Issues

Gas water heaters are generally reliable and largely preferred to their electrical counterparts for a variety of reasons. For starters, the ready availability and low cost of natural gas makes cost of operation and ownership less expensive. Likewise, gas also produces a tremendous amount of heat, making them extraordinarily efficient. However, as with any other appliance in your home they can experience issues, and our experts can help you solve them.

We offer the following gas water heater services:

  • System maintenance
  • System repairs
  • Tank water heater installations
  • Pilot lighting
  • Tankless water heater repairs & installations
  • System inspections

Electric Water Heater Services in St. Paul

Electric-powered water heaters are extremely popular in smaller living accommodations like apartments and town homes, as well as those which don’t have a natural gas connection. In some ways, an electric-powered heater is safer because they don’t use a flame to heat your water, thus no carbon monoxide release as well as less of a chance of an accidental fire. However, just like a gas-type heater, an electric water heater can eventually experience problems, and it’s important to make sure that you get the problem resolved as soon as possible.

HomeWorks wants to make getting your water heater repaired easy. We are also proud to offer competitive financing from Greensky™ to make your purchase more affordable. When you’ve got an issue with your water heater, don’t stress about it breaking the bank or draining your savings—we’ll work with you to make sure it’s at a price you can afford and terms that work with your budget.

My Water Heater Leaking — Can it Be Fixed?

Any amount of water leaking from your water heater is cause for concern. Not only does it put your property at risk for costly water damage, it could potentially mean that a large (and probably unexpected) expense is in your near future. You may be wondering whether water heater leaks can be repaired or if they mean your water heater is on its way out. The good news is, depending on the source and location of the leak, water heater repair may be possible.

Water heater leaks can arise in the following locations:

  • Temperature & pressure (T&P) valve - A leak from the T&P valve signals that there is too much pressure inside of your tank, or it could mean the water heater is overheating and the temperature dial needs to be lowered.
  • Inlet / outlet connections - All that is potentially needed is to tighten any loose connections.
  • Drain valve - Leaking from the drain valve isn't a serious problem and can easily be fixed.
  • Bottom of the tank - Unfortunately, this is the water heater leak that isn't fixable; this is a sign that the tank has deteriorated and needs to be replaced.

Choose our St. Paul water heater repair experts to care for your home; choose HomeWorks! Contact us today and receive your free, upfront price quote!