Top-tier Water Heater Solutions

Jackson Plumbing is your go-to. Our skilled technicians offer prompt, efficient service to tackle your water heater issues. Regardless of your system—be it electric, gas, direct vent, or tankless—we diagnose and deliver tailored solutions. Our range of services spans maintenance, repairs, installations, and replacements for both residential and commercial needs.

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Equipped with the necessary tools, we provide complete water heater replacements for any make and model you choose. Our expert plumbers, well-versed and highly trained, will guide you through selecting the ideal model for your residential or commercial space. We pride ourselves on affordability and top-notch service.

Replacing your Water Heater

Several factors influence the decision between repairing or replacing water heaters. Signs indicating the need for replacement include:

  • Inconsistent water temperatures
  • Unexplained rise in energy costs
  • Reduced hot water capacity
  • Rusty, discolored, or cloudy water
  • Knocking noises
  • Leaks or water pooling

Repairs can address mechanical elements like the burner assembly, valves, thermostat, and other replaceable parts. However, when determining whether to repair or replace, consider the age of your current unit, the nature of the issue, and the frequency of repairs needed. Our experts at Pelicano Plumbing will assess your water heater’s condition and advise whether repairs suffice or if a replacement better suits your needs.

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Common Issues with Water Heaters & How We Resolve Them

Water heaters, while essential, can encounter various challenges. Here’s an overview of prevalent problems and how Jackson Plumbers provides solutions:

  • Lack of Hot Water: Caused by a faulty heating element, thermostat issues, or disrupted gas supply. Our team swiftly identifies and rectifies the underlying issue.
  • Insufficient Hot Water: Occurs due to an undersized heater or thermostat problems. We diagnose and implement the appropriate solution.
  • Water Overheating: Often linked to thermostat malfunctions. We recalibrate settings and replace faulty components as needed.
  • Unusual Noises: Rumbling or cracking sounds usually indicate sediment buildup. Our tank cleaning services effectively address this issue.
  • Discolored Water: Signifies potential rust or mineral accumulation in the tank. Our cleaning services ensure your water remains clean and clear.
  • Odorous Water: Resulting from bacterial growth within the tank. Our thorough cleaning and disinfection services effectively tackle this problem.
  • Persistent Leaks: These leaks may originate from a faulty relief valve, plumbing issues, or tank damage. We conduct a detailed inspection and perform necessary repairs or replacements.
  • Reduced Heater Lifespan: Issues like hard water can diminish the heater’s lifespan. Solutions such as water softeners and regular maintenance counteract these effects.


What's the average lifespan of a standard water heater?
Typically, water heaters last between 8 to 12 years, but this duration can fluctuate depending on variables such as maintenance, water quality, and the specific make and model of the unit.
What could be the reason for my water heater's inability to generate hot water?
Several possibilities exist, including a defective thermostat, malfunctioning heating element, or problems with the gas supply or pilot light (for gas heaters). Consulting a professional for an accurate diagnosis is advisable in such cases.
What frequency is recommended for servicing my water heater?
For the majority of water heaters, it's advisable to schedule annual servicing. Consistent maintenance can improve efficiency, safety, and extend the unit's lifespan.
Are there methods to enhance the energy efficiency of my water heater?
Certainly! Implementing routine upkeep, insulating the heater, reducing the thermostat setting, and adding heat traps are effective strategies. Additionally, upgrading to an energy-efficient model is worth considering, especially if your current unit is older.
I've noticed a leak in my water heater. What steps should I take?
Initially, disable the power supply (switch off the circuit breaker for electric heaters or turn off the gas supply for gas heaters). Following that, close the water supply. It's crucial to contact us to pinpoint the source of the leak and address it promptly.
What leads to the accumulation of sediment?
Sediment accumulation happens due to hard water containing elevated levels of calcium and magnesium. When this water passes through your system, sediment particles settle at the tank's bottom. As buildup grows, it reduces efficiency, capacity, and reliability, necessitating regular removal of sediment from your tank.
Water Heater being repaired