There are 3 critical steps for water heater repair in Phoenix AZ that every homeowner should know. Knowing what to do when you water heater starts to act up can minimize damage and save your property. Water heaters are fickle machines and they never just break down slowly, you either get all or nothing out of your water heater. When you are dealing with a faulty water heater you can take a few steps that will help you to manage your broken water heater.
First things First
When you realize that you are having a problem with your water heater that is the time you want to call in a professional. The sooner you call the better it will be. The best time to call in a professional is when you first start to notice that the hot water is not running right, or if you notice any strange sounds coming from your water heater.
Once you have made the call and you know help is on the way, if you have an electric water heater shut down the breaker to the water heater to ensure that there is no power going to the heater. If you have a gas water heater shut off the gas main. Water heaters operate at very high temperatures so you never want to touch the water heater itself but you do want to make sure that you cut off all power to the heater if you believe that it is faulty. Be sure you cut the water off to the heater if you can.
Do clean up any water that has leaked on the floor and place absorbent material in the area where the heater is leaking.
*Call a professional
*Cut it off
*Clean up what you can
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