Blue Valley Energy of Longmont installs, repairs, and services all brands of hot water heaters and tankless hot water heaters for both commercial and residential applications.
One typical water heater problem is a leaking storage tank. Unfortunately the water heater must be replaced when the water tank has been compromised, as it cannot be repaired. Another typical water heater problem is that it simply isn’t heating the water. In this case, it is a good idea to have a trained service technician inspect and repair the problem, as the issue could be caused by numerous fault points.
In electric hot water heaters, complete hot water failure is often caused by electrical issues or the high temperature cutoff switch is malfunctioning. Electric hot water heaters only producing warm water is often caused by the failure of one of the water heating elements. There are several other causes for electric hot water heater to fail, and should be inspected by a trained and experienced technician.
Gas hot water heaters have several potential failure points such as bad transformer, failing thermostat, thermocouple, or burner. Water with a lukewarm temperature is often caused by a broken dip tube inside the storage tank. Hot water above the thermostat setting may result of a failing pressure relief valve. Failing gas hot water heaters can become dangerous, and should be inspected and repaired as soon as possible.
Tankless hot water heaters are a bit different than their tank counterparts. Tankless hot water heaters heat the water on demand instead of continually heating water in a tank. Tankless water heaters also have a more involved control system. Tankless water heaters are more expensive as well, not only in the cost of the system, but there is expense in retrofitting the piping for the tankless system as well. Call Blue Valley Energy if you have questions about tankless water heater repair, service, or installation.
During a service call, Blue Valley Energy technicians inspect the following hot water heater components:
• Check the TPR
• Inspect the Cathodic Anode Rod
• Clean the Heating Element
• Inspect the Flue and Flame
• Drain the Sediment
For Tankless Hot Water Heaters, our technicians inspect the following components:
• Clean Pre-screen
• Flush & Clean Heat Exchanger
• Combustion Analization
• Inspect Condensate System, Clean and Flush as Necessary
• Inspect and Clean Burner Assembly
• Inspect Venting System for Blockage, Corrosion or Deterioration
• Ensure All Joint and Pipe Connections are Tight
• Inspect air Inlet and Vent Terminations
• Check Control Settings, Test Operating and Safety Controls
• Check for Proper Operation (After being Cleaned & Inspected)
Blue Valley Energy also offers an annual hot water heater maintenance service to ensure that your hot water heater continues to function properly. Contact Blue Valley energy today!