Water Heaters in High Point, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and the Triad

Central Carolina Plumbing installs and services both electric and gas water heaters, depending on your home's needs.  There are benefits to both types and our highly trained plumbers can review your current situation and what type of hot water heater is best for you.

Additionally, under our Whole House plan, we service all areas of your water heater with the steps below to keep your hot water heater in great condition.

Gas and Electric Water Heater Service

At Central Carolina, we know how to service all kinds of water heaters. For water heater service we take the following steps to service your equipment. We understand that when your hot water heater is working properly it produces more hot water at a lower cost.

Flush The Water Heater

Over time, the hot temperature of the water in the tank causes lime sediments from the water to tend to build up in the bottom of the tank (depending on the water’s hardness). This build-up causes the water heater to lose heat transfer efficiency, which means that the water heater has to work harder to heat the water, making it more expensive to operate.

Test Relief Valves

The pressure relief valve is an important safety feature of your water heater. If too much pressure builds up on the tank, the pressure relief valve opens up to relieve the pressure. However, corrosion or scale build-up can prevent the valve from operating properly, potentially resulting in the tank exploding. Therefore it is very important to test the pressure relief valve to ensure that is it operating properly.

Wiring Condition

Loose or worn wiring can lead to loss of hot water and can be dangerous.

Gas Leaks (If Applicable)

We will leak check the gas line from the water heater shut-off valve to the burners. Undetected gas leaks are dangerous and result in higher gas bills.

Water Leaks

Leaks may indicate a serious problem which can be costly. When leaks are found early, appropriate action can be taken on a non-emergency basis.

Emergency Cutoff Operation

If you are not aware of where the emergency water cutoff is located, or if it is inoperable, this could cause a costly problem if you have a leak.

Proper Draft Vent

Improper or back drafting (flue spillage) from your water heater could allow the excessive formation of carbon monoxide. This could then enter your home.

Drain Valve Operation

The drain valve is used for flushing sediment from the tank and draining the water heater in case of repairs and/or replacement.

Let's talk about water heaters

Ready to start making your plumbing system work for you?  Do you have concerns about your water heater? Get started by reaching out to us. We've been servicing your neighbors throughout Guilford, Davidson, Forysth, and Alamance counties for over fifty years. We look forward to helping you gain peace of mind and handle all of your plumbing needs.