As a water heater repair specialist in Mesa, we focus on giving you peace of mind through a job well done – the first time. Call us today for a no hassle, free quote.
When it comes to finding a water heater repair and installation expert in Mesa, we know there are a lot of options and finding the right plumber to repair or install your water heater isn’t easy. Finding a professional plumber to replace or repair your water heater is extremely important and we are here to help.
Arizona Integrity Plumbing has a team of professional plumbers that will identify the root cause of your hot water woes and repair your water heater or install a new one with utmost care, making sure it is done correctly so you don’t have any issues in the future.
Because we’ve been in the plumbing business since 2006, you can trust that our professionals will repair or replace your water heater with ease and leave your home looking better than we found it. To get a free quote and assistance, call us today at (800) 899-5756.
“Life without hot water is terribleee! My hot water heater started leaking and the pilot light wouldn’t stay lit. I tried turning it back on a few times myself, but it was just shot. I gave the guys at Arizona Integrity Plumbing a call and they got right out to help me replace it. Very professional and nice to work with. Thank you so much – I can take a hot shower again!”
“I had an amazing experience with Arizona Integrity Plumbing. I gave them a call and they came out right away to fix it. Price was reasonable compared to everyone else I called. I would absolutely recommend them if you need hot water heater work done.”
“Very impressed with this company. They were super transparent with pricing, got my hot water heater done in about an hour and they were very professional. Thanks for the help guys.”
Provide you with quality services that will benefit you for years to come.
Water Heater Leaking
Are you experiencing a leak in your water heater? Water heater leaks need to be handled immediately to restore hot water to your home, but also to prevent any further damage that leaking water can cause to your home, your belongings and to prevent mold. Leaks in your water heater can appear simply from use over long periods of time. If you notice leaks they may be coming from the tank itself, the connections from the tank or the pressure overflow pipe. Our experts are happy to stop by to check it out and see if you need a simple repair or a water heater replacement to avoid costly damages to your home.
Water Heater Not Heating
Hot water is a necessity in any household. From taking a shower, to washing your hands, to getting the dishes clean – a functioning water heater is a must! Some reasons your water heater may need repair or replacement include:
If your water is not getting hot, or not hot enough, we may be able to help you restore hot water in your home or business through some adjustments and repairs. If your hot water heater simply isn’t large enough for the size of your home and the number of people using hot water, we’d be happy to help you find a replacement option that works in your home.
Water Heater Noise
Is your water heater making noises? The most common cause of a noisy water heater is the buildup of sediment in your water heater. To remove sediment, water heaters are supposed to be flushed every year to extend the life of your water heater, improve its efficiency, and to reduce any unnecessary sounds. If you’re experiencing unnecessary sounds coming from your water heater, call our plumbers today so we can get it flushed out, repaired or replaced!
Rusty Water or Valves
Have you noticed rust infiltrating your hot water? Rust is one of the number one signs that you need a water heater replacement. Over time, rust can infiltrate your water heater, and once this begins to happen there’s no going back. If you notice rusty water or rusty valves and inlets on your water heater, we suggest calling a plumber as soon as possible to arrange a water heater installation to protect your family from rust and your home from a broken water heater.
Aging Water Heater
How old is your water heater? Time flies, and many home owners have no idea how old their water heater is and haven’t taken the time to get it flushed or checked out recently. Most units last 10 years or less before they should be replaced. If your water heater is getting too old, consider getting a water heater installation soon to before your water heater starts to rust, make noises, leak or leave you without hot water!