For decades, AMMCO Restoration has been responding to emergency situations, being available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help homeowners and commercial establishments in the Las Vegas Valley face disasters. Our disaster recovery team has the training and experience to help if you are looking for quality recovery, restoration, and reconstruction services. No project is too small or too big as we undertake residential, commercial and industrial disaster restoration. Among the disasters we address are water heater leaks, which are quite common in Greater Las Vegas, NV with our water categorized as “very hard”.
How Can You Tell if Your Water Heater is Leaking?
Noticing puddles of water around the water heater is sure sign your home or business is experiencing a leak from your water heater. Though a leak may seem minor, they can lead to bigger problems. Repairing them as soon as they are noticed is in your better interest. There are several types of water heater leaks that can occur.
Why is Water Leaking from the Top or Bottom of My Water Heater?
Inlet and Outlet Water Heater Valve Leaks – The cold-water inlet and hot water outlet valves are commonly the source of the leak. Where cold water comes into the water line and enters into the water heater is the cold-water inlet.
Water Heater Leak from Pressure Relief Valve – Located on the top or on the sides of your water heater is where to find the temperature and pressure valve. In the event that your water tank bursts, these valves are designed as a safety net. It could be leaking from the discharge pipe if it is not coming from the valve.
Drain Valve Leaking on Water Heater – A drain valve leak is indicative of a leak from the bottom of the tank.
Internal Water Heater Tank Leaks – The tank itself can be the source of the leak, usually when the tank is old and deteriorating.
Emergency Water Heater Leak Drywall, Subfloor & Structural Damage Mitigation & Restoration in Summerlin, North LV, Henderson & Greater Las Vegas, Nevada
When you have a problem with your water heater, make certain to shut off both electric and water supply and call AMMCO Restoration and let us assist you with expert restoration including drywall, subfloor, structural and other damage repair and rebuilding as needed.