Posts Categorized: Water Heaters

In Hot Water: In Need of a Water Heater Replacement?

Water heaters are built to last quite a while, and deal with a lot of demand over the years. But eventually every water heater needs to be replaced. Is it time to take a look at your old water heater? Before the temperature drops and your dependence on a consistent supply of hot water increases, you should evaluate the health of your hot water heater. It is possible you may even require water heater replacement. Whether you need repair or replacement, you should give All Ways Drains a call. We can come out to your home, inspect your water heater and let you know what repairs you need or set up a water heater replacement. Your water heater is important to the comfort level of… Read more »

Why We Need & Love Our Hot Water Heaters

Water heaters are one, if not the most relied upon modern conveniences in the home. In today’s modern age, hot water is no longer a luxury, but a necessity! When your home’s water heater is not functioning properly, it’s not only very inconvenient, keeping you from accomplishing daily tasks; it can also be quite uncomfortable. Nobody likes going to take a hot shower only to find out there’s no hot water. That’s why All Ways Drains is here to help with all of your water heater replacement needs in St Paul and surrounding areas. Why Water Heaters are Important Although your water heater does most of its work when someone takes a bath or a shower, it’s also used when you need hot water to… Read more »

No Hot Water in Minneapolis

If you have cold water, but no hot water and you have a gas water heater, check the pilot light. Follow the directions on the heater to make sure that the pilot light is working properly. If you are unsure how to do this, call your local gas company. They may send out a serviceman, possibly at no charge, to help you with the heater. As a note, many newer water heaters have no pilot light. Instead they have an electronic ignition. If you have followed the directions for your heater so that the pilot is lit (or it has an electronic ignition) and you know that the gas is flowing to the heater, but it’s still not producing hot water, try turning up the… Read more »