More than a mere convenience, your water heater has become an essential feature of modern living and the efficient functioning of your household. Complete Mechanical’s Seattle GE Water Heater Service & Repair professionals understand just how very important it is. Your GE water heater is used for many household activities such as bathing, cooking, cleaning and doing the laundry. No one really stops to consider the importance and value of their water heater – until a mishap occurs and it stops working as great as it should. When this happens, you realize the necessity of hot water flowing from your pipes and you want your heater immediately remedied. However, such repairs can be quite challenging as each water heater requires particular service and repair. Because of this, it is vital as a Seattle homeowner that you schedule at least yearly water heater inspections with our professionals who will make certain that your GE water heater functions efficiently and effectively.
As time goes by, you will discover that your GE water heater has gotten less efficient or has stopped functioning entirely. There are several signs to indicate that your water heater is not working at its best. A major indication that your heater needs servicing and repair is corrosion of the water heater liner. If the water heater liner corrodes, the whole unit can begin leaking. An old or incorrectly installed drain pan can cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage to the floors, walls or ceilings of your home. Complete Mechanical, Inc. has provided residents of Seattle with high quality water heater repairs, maintenance and installation for their homes for over eighteen years and we can do the same for you.
If your water heater isn’t working properly, don’t worry about it. Just pick up your phone and dial Complete Mechanical Inc at right now at 206-337-2360. Our certified Seattle GE Water Heater Service & Repair experts can provide you with the best service and repair for your water heater. Trust us to quickly provide you with the comfort of hot water running in your home again.