Burst Water Heater

Burst Water Heater Services

What do you do when you have burst water heater damage?

Whether you are a homeowner or commercial property owner, you know that appliance malfunctions are never fun to deal with. When it comes to water heaters breaking down, that can cause a lot of unwanted stress. Not only do you have to replace the whole system, but there is the potential for water damage caused by a water heater burst. We are here to help residential and commercial customers with their busted water heater cleanup. As soon as you see a sign of water leaking from your water heater, call us immediately, day or night. When water from a water heater is left to seep all over the floor, it can lead to damage to furniture, walls, floors, and other items in your home, which can cause structural damage and even mold growth. It may seem like you can manage the situation on your own, but having professional water cleanup service is crucial. You never want to try to remedy the situation yourself; WE ARE AVAILABLE FOR EMERGENCY 24/7 SERVICE!
If you’re experiencing leaking or damage from pipes bursting in Arizona, it should not be taken lightly and you should act fast. Who better to call when experiencing disaster and when a fast response is needed than ARIZONA Restoration Specialist: your Arizona water restoration experts. 
We get calls frequently for leaking, burst or ruptured pipes in Arizona. Often the call stems from:
  • Toilet water line burst
  • Busted valve
  • Ice maker line leak
  • Burst plumbing pipes
  • Washing machine line leaks or ruptures
A burst or frozen pipe is a disaster indeed. Not only are these situations expensive to repair mostly because of the damage to your property from the water damage and mold potential. The main reason why pipes burst is the accumulation of pressure. Be it from a frozen sheet of ice trapped within the metal tubing or a clump of stuff clogging a major segment, the water will have a difficult time finding an exit and eventually build up. Once this happens, your pipes will expand and explode in no time, leaving you with a gaping hole, which can be impossible to find. 
Having a burst pipe will not only destroy the interior and/or exterior elements of your home, but expose you to numerous illnesses and diseases, as well – due to the numerous toxic substances that are coming from your sewage. Do the smart thing and contact the professionals immediately to control the situation.

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Water Heater Failure Signs!

Pooled Water, Rust, and Hissing Noises are Some of the Signs of Water Heater Failure.
While it can be hard to know when a water heater is going to fail, there are definitely signs that indicate that your water heater isn’t working like it should. Water heater failure can be inevitable if your water heater is past its prime, but what about water heaters that have always functioned perfectly? It’s frustrating to think that the water heater in your home or business can burst for no apparent reason, but there are underlying explanations for why a water heater might break down or burst.
Rust: This actually applies to the exterior as well as the interior of the water heater. If there is rust corrosion on the outside of your water heater, that means that there is a water leak someone. If you notice rust on your water heater, it’s best to call someone right away. Interior rust is a little trickier. In your water heater, there is what’s called a galvanic anode, AKA a sacrificial anode. A galvanic anode is put in the water heater to prevent corrosion. While this is a fantastic component, they will eventually need to be replaced. When they aren’t replaced, that can lead to rust in the water heater.
Sediment Buildup: This is really the most common reason a water heater fails. This tends to happen when you have hard water, but sediment and mineral deposits are caused when water is heated up. These sediments will settle at the bottom of the water heater, which leads to buildup that makes it harder for a water heater to work efficiently.
Size: Having the wrong size water heater will really hurt the heater in the long run. Water heaters come in many sizes, and finding the correct size for your home or business is extremely important. If you purchase a water heater that is too small, it can result in your water heater working harder than it should.
When your water heater has any of these issues, looking out for these particular signs can help you prevent water heater failure before it begins.
If your water heater is over 8 or 10 years, you should consider getting a new one.
  • Rusty water that is next to your water heater.
  • Any accumulation of water that is surrounding your water heater.
  • Hissing or other unusual or strange noises coming from your water heater.
  • Lack of hot water being created by your water heater.

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