Winters in Canmore warrant a well-functioning hot water tank to keep you warm through the season. Banff Plumbing Company Ltd offers a range of comprehensive solutions for residential and commercial hot water tank services, any time of the day or night. Whether you are looking to install a new hot water tank or want to get your old one repaired we are here for you! Our team also serves the surrounding areas such as Banff, Lake Louise, Exshaw, Lac Des Arc, and Kananaskis. You can connect with us anytime you want for emergency plumbing or call us to set up an appointment for hot water tank servicing.
When working properly, hot water tanks are safer, but they might develop hidden problems that are not easily noticeable. As a result, it's critical to do regular maintenance. For a quick and reliable maintenance solution for hot water tanks, get in touch with Banff Plumbing Company.
Consistent upkeep can help you increase the life of your hot water tank, but there are some signs that clearly indicate that your hot water tank needs repair or replacement. If you can spot these signs on time and bring in professionals to look at them, you can save a lot of money. Here are some signs that suggest there is something wrong with your Canmore hot water tank:
Weird noises from the unit Another common symptom of water heater failure is strange noises coming from your hot water heater. It's time to call Banff Plumbing Company Ltd if your water heater generates popping, cracking or rumbling noises. Mineral buildup and hard water can also be to blame when it comes to water heater noises. Mineral deposits can make popping noises, while air pockets in the sediment layer can make rumbling noises.
Drop in water pressure Sediment accumulates more quickly in homes with low water pressure. The contrast between hard and soft water is also considered, as hard water clogs pipes more rapidly than soft water. You may have considerable buildup in your hot water tank and connections if you have poor water pressure from your taps. It's one of the indicators that your water heater is failing, but it could also indicate that you want service.
Smell of water is weird If the water from your hot water tank looks murky or has a metallic odour (or taste), you may have a failed water heater. Contaminants and sediments travel out of the water tank and into your water supply, resulting in cloudy water. A metallic odour or taste frequently accompanies such deposits. These particles block faucets and plumbing valves restrict water flow and cause other plumbing problems when they get into your water supply.
Leaking pressure valves Mineral deposits, rust, and corrosion can prevent your valves from working efficiently. A faulty safety relief valve can create a lot of problems. Your water tank could overheat and burst if your TPR valve malfunctions and is not repaired. Tanks have been reported crashing through floors in residences, causing extensive property damage and the possibility of personal injury.
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