Water Heater Repair in Tulsa, Oklahoma

When your water heater stops working, you need a plumber you can rely on to restore the unit and keep the hot water flowing through your plumbing system. At Infinity Plumbing Services, we don’t just fix problems. We find long-term, reliable solutions for water heater issues that help you save time and money now and down the road. We offer professional water heater repair in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

When you contact our plumbing company in Tulsa, we respond immediately to your call. We send a fully certified plumber to inspect your water heater and fix it immediately. We are qualified to work on all tank and tankless water heaters for residential and commercial properties. Contact us today for an on-site assessment.

To schedule plumbing services in Tulsa, Oklahoma, fill out our contact form or call us.

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Water Heater Repair Services We Offer in Tulsa, Oklahoma

We can handle the most complex or challenging water heater repair jobs. Our services include

Water Heater Repair

If your electric, gas, or tankless water heater is leaking, constantly running out of hot water, or if you have no hot water, contact Infinity Plumbing Services. We utilize the advanced technology to identify the problem causing your water heater to fail and quickly fix it. We provide hassle-free service that is affordable and simple - no hidden fees or surprises.

Water Heater Installation

If your water heater is too old or you’re paying too much for repairs, it may be time for a water heater installation. We can remove the old water heater and replace it with a high-efficiency, long-lasting unit. Today’s water heaters offer lots of features to give you greater hot water control. Contact us today for an estimate on the new water heater installation.

Specialized Water Heater Repair Services

At Infinity Plumbing Services, our plumbing technicians keep up with the latest technology to provide homes and businesses the best water heater services. We service two main types of water heaters.

Tankless Water Heater Repair

Tankless water heaters require little maintenance or repairs due to the simplicity of their construction and innovative design. However, even the most well-built tankless heaters require maintenance or repairs. If your tankless water heater is not working as it should, we can help you get back in excellent condition. We are certified tankless water heater plumbers in Oklahoma.

Commercial Water Heater Repair

In addition to residential water heater repair, we also offer commercial water heater repair for businesses in Tulsa and the surrounding area. We know the role that a water heater plays in your business operations. So, if the unit goes out, you can depend on us for responsive and non-invasive repair. We repair your heater quickly and quietly to minimize workplace disruption.

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How Do I Know if My Water Heater Has Problems?

Water heater problems are not always evident. Look for these signs if you believe you have water heater problems.

Lack of Hot Water

Is your shower water lukewarm? Does it take a long time to get hot water from the tap? The most common sign of a failing water heater is insufficient hot water. Over time, mineral deposits build up in the tank, creating a barrier between the burner and the water. This means that less heat reaches the water and your showers get colder!

Popping or Rumbling Noises

Hard water and mineral buildup are also to blame when it comes to water heater noises. The distinct popping water heater noise is caused by minerals forming a layer on the surface of the water heater. The sound is caused by pockets of air in the sediment layer boiling along with the water in your tank.

Cloudy Water

Does your water look cloudy? Do you detect a metallic scent — or even taste — in your tap water? Murky water and funky-smelling water are both signs of a failing water heater. Mineral deposits travel out of the water heater, clouding the hot water flowing from your taps.

Pressure Relief Valve Issues

There are two major symptoms to pay attention to when it comes to the pressure relief valve on your water heater. Is your temperature and pressure relief (TPR) valve leaking? Or does hot water not flow through the pipe when you test the valve? Both scenarios may involve more than just a valve replacement.

Tank Water Leak

Is water pooling beneath your tank? Corrosion within the water tank can lead to fractures and cracks. Leaking hot water from the tank is an obvious sign of trouble and requires the replacement of the water heater. A leaking water heater can flood your entire home if not replaced immediately.

Schedule Water Heater Repair Service in Tulsa, Oklahoma

If you need water heater service and don’t want to wait, contact Infinity Plumbing Services. We offer professional water heater repair in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Don’t waste your time with a plumbing company you can’t trust. Contact us, and we’ll send a certified, experienced plumber to fix your water heater and get the hot water flowing through your plumbing system again.

To schedule plumbing services in Tulsa, Oklahoma, fill out our contact form or call us.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heat Repair in Oklahoma

Most likely, you are referring to the overflow pipe attached to the temperature relief valve on the water heater. This safety valve helps relieve excess temperature and pressure inside the water heater in case of high pressure or an overheated water heater. If it leaks, there may be a problem.

Waiting a long time at the faucet for hot water to arrive is usually due to the plumbing in the home. When the hot water leaves the tank of the water heater, it has to travel through the piping to reach the faucet. However, there may also be a problem with the water heater heating the water. 

When a water heater produces smelly water, it can relate to the mineral compound in the water supply reacting with the inside of the water heater. Depending on the chemical content of your water, sometimes a water heater can produce “smelly water.” The combined presence of hydrogen, sulfur, and bacteria causes foul-smelling water, including that “rotten egg smell.” 


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