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Are you having cold water shower shock? One call at 786-346-5020 will ensure you have hot water fast. Emergency water heater leak? — we’ll be there fast.

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Other Types of Water Heaters

While the conventional water heater and the tankless water heater may top your consideration list, our professional plumbers can help you explore other water heating systems such as; heat pump water heaters, solar water heaters, and condensing water heaters. Call us at 786-346-5020, and we’ll meet with you and make your choice of water heater easy. The plumbers at Mo-Jo Plumbing are experts when it comes to water heater repair and replacement.

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Expert Water Heater Repair & Replacement

Are you having cold water shower shock? Emergency water heater leak? — We’ll be there fast. Mo-Jo Plumbing plumbers are experts at water heater repair and replacement of electric, gas and tankless water heaters. Water heater repair is not a do-it-yourself plumbing project. Attempting a water heater repair can be dangerous for inexperienced homeowners, so Mo-Jo Plumbing offers 24-hour emergency water heater service. Your family will have hot water again quickly — usually the same day.

Water Heater Leak Repair

Water heater leaks result from several different appliance failures. Because of the many various leak symptoms, it is a challenge for a homeowner to diagnose the source of the water heater leak and can be dangerous for homeowners to repair their water heater safely.

Mo-Jo Plumbing plumbers are experts at water heater leak source detection and repair. If a repair isn’t possible, we can replace your water heater the same day.

Don’t let a leak become a total water heater failure causing significant water damage to your home. Call Mo-Jo Plumbing at 786-346-5020 24/7/365 for professional diagnosis of your water heater problems.

Water Heater Replacement & Installation

shower repairReplacing and installing a water heater is a job best left to the professional plumbers at Mo-Jo Plumbing. We remove your old unit and dispose of it safely. Our water heater experts will ensure that connections for electrical water heaters and gas water heaters are handled safely while performing the highest standards of water heater installation. As a premier Fort Lauderdale plumbing company, Mo-Jo plumbers are experienced in installing and repairing unique fixtures like tankless water heaters.

Sometimes storage requirements change since the last time your water heater was replaced. The specialists at Mo-Jo Plumbing can handle unique water heater installation needs. We offer all major water heater manufacturers, including unusual sizes, to fit awkward spaces.

Water Heater Maintenance

For water heaters to operate safely and efficiently, they need regular maintenance. Regular water heater maintenance will help prevent leaks or other unexpected problems and can extend the life of the appliance. What form necessary maintenance takes depends on the water heater location, the units design, water quality, and manufacturer recommendations. Maximize the life of your appliance with a water heater maintenance schedule recommendation from the plumbers at Mo-Jo Plumbing.

Homeowners are capable of managing most of their home maintenance needs, but when you need extra help, Mo-Jo Plumbing provides 24-hour emergency water heater repair and replacement service. Call 786-346-5020 24/7/365 for professional assistance from skilled, licensed, and fully insured local plumbers.

5 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Water Heater

Like most home appliances, over years of use, a water heater will start to deteriorate and eventually need replacing. Ideally, a water heater should be replaced before it completely stops working. If you wait too long, your water heater problems could be much bigger then a cold shower or a leak. Water heater failure can lead to significant water damage throughout your home.

If you see any of these five signs, then it’s time to replace your water heater.

Rust And Corrosion

Water Heater Rust And Corrosion

rusty water heater7Inspect your tank occasionally looking for any rust or corrosion that can build up over the years. Check two specific areas for that deterioration — around the temperature and pressure relief valves, and the inlet and outlet connections.

Rust Colored Water

Rust Can Cause Water Heater Leak

rusty water heater 6Rusty water coming from the water heater is a sign of scale build up in the unit and/or an indication that the inside of your tank is rusting. If it is scale buil up then we reopair the water heater by replacing the anode rods. However, if the discolored water is from rust it will eventually become the source of a leak. Replacing your water heater as soon as possible is the only remedy. A professional water heater inspection by Mo-Jo Plumbing can determine the cause of rust colored water, if a replacement is needed we can accomplish that in one day.

Water Pooling Around The Water Heater

Another Indication of Water Heater Leaking

Keep an eye out for water pooling around your water heater. Even a little moisture indicates a fracture or leak inside the tank. One cause for a water tank leak is as the metal heats it expands and cracks. This expansion forces water out through the lesions.

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Lukewarm or Cold Water

Water Heater Failure

A telltale sign of water heater failure is if you crank the faucets up in your shower, but still, experience cold or lukewarm water instead of your desired shower temperature. Generally, this is a strong indication that your water heater is probably beyond repair and should be replaced.

On the other hand, if you are scolded by water that is too hot, this might just require a simple repair to the thermostat which might be might be broken or not seated correctly.

Mo-Jo Plumbing will not suggest a replacement if a repair will do.

Questionable Noises

Is your water heater making strange noises?

If it sounds like a percussion band from your water heater chances are something unstable is going on with it. These sounds happen when residue starts to build on the bottom as your tank ages. When the sediment heats up, it hardens and will bang against the walls of the heater - that’s where the noise is coming from. Water heater leaks will soon follow the banging noises, so replacing your water heater is the right choice as soon as you start to hear unusual sounds.

You can extend the service life of your water heater if you perform regular maintenance checkups on your system. Rely on the professional plumbers at Mo-Jo Plumbing for a recommended maintenance schedule. Call us at 786-346-5020 24/7 for quick, reliable plumbing repairs.

Foul Oders

Bacteria can build up inside the water tank causing a rotten egg smell. Contamination can happen when a water heater has been shut off for two weeks or more. The foul oder can also be caused by a failing sacrificial anode. Call Mo-Jo Plumbing for a professional inspection. Our experienced crew know the difference and will make an economical repair. If the unit is not repairable we will replace it quickly, generally the same day.

Types Of Water Heaters

When it’s time to replace your old water heater, you’ll want an energy efficient water heater that will provide enough water for all your household needs. Today’s technological advancements in plumbing offer you more options than ever when it comes to water heaters, so making an informed decision can be a challenge.

While repair or replacement of water heaters is best left to professional plumbers, choosing the right water heater system to meet the needs of your home and family is one job you should do yourself.

With many different types of water heaters available, the following water heater comparison guide is a great place to start familiarizing yourself with water heater choices. Considering your family’s water heating needs and energy usage expectations, Mo-Jo Plumbing water heater experts can help you decide which model is right for your family. Call us at 786-346-5020, and we’ll come out to survey the situation and help you assess your property’s water heater requirements.

Electric & Natural Gas Conventional Water Heaters

Conventional Water Heaters
Electric & Natural Gas

water heater joe 1The most common type of water heaters are called Conventional or tank water heaters. Water is heated and stored an insulated tank until needed. Natural gas water heaters are known to use less energy and cost less to operate than electric water heaters, but gas water heaters can be more expensive to purchase and install. Additionally, natural gas water heaters require access to natural gas lines which aren’t available in all neighborhoods. See diagrams of gas and tankless heaters on our water heater inspections page.

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Tankless Water Heaters (On-Demand)

Tankless Water Heaters (On-Demand)

water heater joe 2To heat water on-demand, the tankless water heater uses intense flashes of heat against water-filled coils. Though tankless water heater plumbing systems are more energy efficient than conventional storage tank models, they have higher up-front costs because they require an upgrade of the home’s electrical capacity.

Tankless water heaters are ideal for large families that use a lot of hot water at one time as they can be sized to provide a continuous flow of hot water.
If your home has natural gas, the tankless water heaters are an excellent choice though they may need a larger diameter gas pipe, which may be costly to install. The water heater experts at Mo-Jo plumbing will help you assess these tankless water heater installation variables.

Like conventional water heaters, tankless water heaters need to be descaled of minerals at least once a year to keep them functioning reliably.

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Why choose Mo-Jo Plumbing?

• No extra charges for plumbing or drain repair on nights, holidays, and weekends.
• Emergency service 24/7/365
• Full service plumbing, drain cleaning
• Water heater repair and replacent

• License & Insured
• Free estimates

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