Prompt Water Heater Damage Removal and Cleanup
Call Us for Quick Repair of Leaking Water Heater Damage
Water heater damage can cause unforeseen flooding in a basement or garage and cost a homeowner thousands of dollars.
Even water heater damage from a slow leak can be expensive and pose a risk of mold. Let Service Master of Santa Cruz technicians handle water heater removal and clean up.
Our operators are always standing by to help you with water heater replacement. We're available 24 hours a day, every day of the week, even weekends and holidays. Call now at 831-459-0110.
How to Maintain Your Water Heater and Avoid Leaks
You can avoid an emergency call to a restoration specialist for water heater removal and clean up by following these tips:
- Periodically check your water heater for damage that may cause it to malfunction or leak. Inspect pipe connections and water lines every few weeks.
- Remove sediment by occasionally turning on the drain faucet and filling a bucket. Water heaters that have been corroded because of sediment in the tank generally must be replaced.
- Paint the floor and walls around your water heater with water sealant. This can minimize the damage caused by a leak.
- Have the temperature pressure relief valve checked at least twice a year by a licensed plumber to be certain the valve functions properly.
Service Master of Santa Cruz recommends you consult a qualified plumbing contractor for regular service and maintenance on your water heater. But in instances when the water heater damage extends beyond the connections and results in the flooding of a surrounding area, we're prepared to do water heater removal, replacement and cleanup of the water damage.
Call the experts at Service Master of Santa Cruz for help. We have operators standing by to dispatch crews to handle all types of emergency situations, 24 hours a day. Our number is 831-459-0110.
We assist customers in need of restoration services throughout Santa Cruz County, including Santa Cruz, Capitola, Scotts Valley, Watsonville, Aptos, Felton, Soquel, and Ben Lomond.