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Of all the appliances in your Comal County home, the water heater is one of the most important. You and your family rely on it day and night, all year long, to provide you with the hot water you need for cooking, cleaning, and bathing. Because it is constantly running, a water heater experiences a lot of wear and tear, and eventually, it will have to be replaced. But how do you know when you need a new water heater installation? If you’re experiencing any of the following, it’s time to get in touch with a Selma, TX water heater repair company that specializes in installation services.
While it’s bound to need a few repairs here and there over the course of its life, a water heater shouldn’t need repairs on a constant basis. If your Selma, TX water heater repair company is on your speed dial, and it seems like you need to call them to come back to your Comal County house almost as soon as they left, then it’s time to consider a new water heater installation.
Frequent repairs are a sign that a water heater has reached the end of its life. While a reputable Selma, TX water heater repair professional can provide short-term solutions, if the appliance is on its last legs, repairs – no matter how high-quality they may be – aren’t going to solve the problem and are like putting a bandage on an injury that needs stitches. If you need regular repairs, it’s time to consider a new water heater installation.
Have you spotted a puddle of water underneath your hot water heater? If so, something is definitely wrong and you’re going to want to call a Selma, TX water heater repair professional. Depending on the cause of the problem, a repair may be all that’s needed to correct it; however, if the damage is so extensive, or the appliance is nearing or has exceeded its life expectancy, then a new water heater installation would be in your best interest. If the problem persists, you’ll not only continue having issues with the appliance, but the leak could end up damaging your Comal County house, too.
When you turn on the hot water in your Comal County home, do you notice a metallic smell? If so, that’s an indication that your water heater is breaking down and that it needs to be replaced. Consuming and using water that has a foul odor that’s linked to a damaged water heater isn’t just unpleasant; it can be hazardous to your health. Contact a reputable Selma, TX water heater repair company that also installs new appliances.
Is your water heater making unusual noises? Do you hear a crackling, sizzling, rumbling, or popping sound coming from the appliance? If so, that’s another sign it might be time to consider a new water heater installation. Those sounds could be linked to several issues; excessive sediment and mineral buildup, internal condensation, frequent and severe water pressure fluctuations, or restricted water flow somewhere in the system, such as the valves, for example.
In some cases, an experienced Selma, TX water heater repair technician may be able to correct the problem; but, if the cause and/or the damage is so severe, you’re definitely going to want to consider replacing the appliance.
There may be a lot of things that you can do without, but hot water isn’t one of them. If you’re in need of water heater installation services, you can count on the certified plumbers at Wayne Hyde Plumbing LLC for fast, efficient, long-lasting, and affordably priced results. To speak with one of our knowledgeable and friendly associates and to request a free price quote, call 254-410-4416 today!
Selma is a city in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe counties in the U.S. state of Texas. It is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 10,952 at the 2020 census, up from 5,540 at the 2010 census.
Selma was settled in 1847 by immigrants from various European countries. The name Selma is a traditional German girl name. In 1849, the Harrison and Brown stagecoach stop was built in Selma to handle passengers and freight on the San Antonio to Austin stagecoach line. John Harrison and his wife Martha moved to Selma in 1852, and he became the first postmaster of the town when the post office opened in 1856. Harrison was also co-owner of the Harrison and McCulloch stage line, which ran a postal route through Selma. Harrison’s house still stands by Cibolo Creek, where it was built and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
German and Polish immigrants constituted most of the next wave of immigrants that settled in the area. By 1885, the population was 145, and at the turn of the century, the population peaked at 600. The population began a quick decline, so much that by 1906 the post office was closed. Selma’s population dropped to 100 in 1940. The city incorporated in 1964 and has seen tremendous growth along the Interstate 35 corridor since 2000.
The Retama Racing Park opened in 1995, and The Forum, a 110-shop outdoor mall, opened in 2000. The old Harrison and Brown Stagecoach Stop was restored and rechristened the Selma Stage Stop, along with a visitor’s center and park.Learn more about Selma.
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