Water Heater Installation and Repair in Norman, Moore, and OKC
We know how frustrating it is to have a broken or inefficient water heater. You might be wondering if your unit should be repaired, or if you’re better off getting a replacement. Our team can help. We will inspect your unit and recommend the most cost-effective solution.
Legacy 4 Plumbing, Inc. provides water heater installation, repair, and maintenance services for homeowners and businesses throughout Norman, Moore, and the greater OKC Metro area.
Our experts are committed to helping customers enjoy long-term peace of mind and worry-free hot water. Contact us today to discuss your needs and schedule an estimate.
Troubleshooting Common Water Heater Problems
Is your water heater showing signs of inefficiency? If you’ve had your water heater less than ten years, and it’s still under warranty, the most practical option is repair.
Components that are prone to malfunction or wear out include the thermostat, anode rods, and T&P valves. If you have a gas water heater, faulty pilot lights (particularly a pilot light that won’t stay lit) are common problems. Our experts can easily help you resolve these issues.
We won’t start working on your water heater without an initial inspection and diagnosis. This will help us identify the source of the problem and provide an accurate repair. We have replacement parts ready in our fully-stocked service trucks and can carry out repairs on the spot—saving you time and allowing you to get back to your normal routine as quickly as possible.
When to Replace Your Water Heater
Most plumbing emergencies involve burst pipes or overflowing toilets. The most important step to take during these situations is to turn off the appropriate valve.
Burst pipes: Look for the main water shutoff valve. This will be located in your basement next to the water meter, or outside your home near an outdoor faucet. Turn the valve clockwise to shut it off; this cuts off the water supply to your home and will stop any more water from flowing out of the affected pipe.
Overflowing toilets: Some toilets will stop overflowing at a certain point, but older units may have a harder time controlling excess water if the clog is severe. In either case, it’s a good idea to stop the water supply to the toilet. Do this by turning the valve at the base of the toilet clockwise.
Once you have shut off the proper valves, safely clear the affected area while you wait for your emergency plumber to arrive.
We Install the Brands You Know and Trust
Legacy 4 Plumbing, Inc. works on all major water heater brands. We also specialize in the following brands: A.O. Smith, Bradford White, Rheem, and Rinnai. Our experts will help you select the right unit for your home or business and make sure it’s accurately installed.
Serving the Oklahoma City Metro Area
Your subscription is not active
Please visit the admin site to re-activate your subscription