Our team of licensed plumbers provide trustworthy and safe emergency plumbing repair and installation services to homes in New Jersey. We offer repair, replacement, and maintenance services for water heaters, sump pumps, water lines, sewer pipes, fixtures, and drains. Team Electric provides plumbing repair services in areas of New Jersey such as Tom’s River, Middletown, Howell, Old Bridge, Elizabeth, and Brick. Give us a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or book an appointment online to receive help.
Water Heater Repair & Installation Services
While the water heater in your home is engineered to be durable and reliable, they have a limited lifespan that will vary depending on operational schedules and preventative maintenance. An electric water heater is engineered with a life cycle that ranges from 10 – 15 years. On the other hand, a gas water heater is designed to last between 8 – 12 years. Our team of licensed technicians provides efficient and trustworthy emergency plumbing services to homeowners in New Jersey. Give us a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or book an appointment online to receive help.
As your water heater reaches the middle or end of its lifespan, there are various signs that may indicate it’s time to purchase a new water heater.
5 Signs It’s Time to Buy a New Water Heater
Discolored Warm Water
If your water heater is over 10 years old, it is not uncommon for the system to begin deteriorating. A buildup of minerals such as calcium and magnesium will start to form at the bottom of your water tank. Once the deterioration starts to become severe, the water in your home may become discolored.
If your drinking water begins to smell or taste like metal, this is also a clear indication of water heater corrosion. We advise you to call a licensed plumber if you notice brown water discoloration or odors. As the corrosion in your water heater becomes worse, a crack or hole may begin to form on your water tank. Our team provides dependable water heater and plumbing repair, installation, and replacement services. Give our skilled contractors a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or fill out our Contact Form to receive assistance.
The most common cause of a popping noise in a water heater is magnesium and calcium buildup at the bottom of your water tank. If you have too much sediment or limescale in your tank, the water will become trapped near the heating elements and will overheat. This will cause the water tank to become fragile. Eventually, a leak will begin to form on the water tank. Do you notice wet flooring around your gas or electric water heater? Immediately call an emergency plumber in your area to receive help with draining your tank. If the sediment has been collecting at the bottom of your tank for a long time, there may be moderate to severe damage.
Low Supply of Hot Water
A minimal supply of hot water is a signal of sediment buildup in your water heater tank. As the sediment begins to form, the interior of your water tank will begin to shrink. Since there is less room for hot water in the tank, you may start to receive cold water near the middle or end of your shower. Unfortunately, a licensed contractor may not be able to flush the excess calcium and magnesium in your tank. Depending on the severity of the sediment buildup, a licensed plumber on our team may recommend performing a plumbing or water heater replacement, installation, or repair. Give us a call at (732) 201-3305 or schedule an appointment on our site.
Water Temperature Fluctuations
If the temperature of the water in your home feels too hot or cold, we recommend adjusting the temperature on your thermostat to eliminate the issue. This will usually fix the problem and make it easier for you to wash dishes or shower. In some cases, a variation in water temperature may be caused by a thermostat that is adjusting itself. If your water is always too warm or cold, this is a sign of a malfunctioning thermostat that should be replaced. In other scenarios, a broken lower heating element may cause a low supply of hot water in your house. Call a licensed technician to diagnose and resolve the problem.
Water Tank Leaks
A moderate to severe water tank leak may cause the flooring near your system to become wet or damaged. Immediately deactivate an electric water heater by unplugging it or a gas water heater by restricting the gas supply. A leaking water heater may be a byproduct of loose screws or inlets. If you do not notice loose connections or screws, perform a brief inspection of the bottom of your water tank to confirm if your water tank is damaged. Once you find and diagnose the source of the water leak, schedule a emergency plumbing repair or installation appointment. Give the skilled plumbers at Team Electric a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 to receive help. In some cases, you may be able to avoid a costly water heater replacement project by hiring a licensed plumber to perform a basic repair.
Water Line Repair or Replacement Services
If you have a house that is 50 years of age or older, you may start to notice water pipe leaks behind your walls or ceilings. Brass supply lines are engineered to last between 40 to 70 years. On the other hand, copper pipes are designed with a lifespan of 50 or more years. Do you have galvanized steel pipes behind your walls? This type of piping material includes a life cycle that ranges from 30 – 50 years. To prevent severe water damage in your house, it’s important to be familiar with the lifespan of your pipes. This will make it easy for you to replace your pipes before they begin to crack or fail.
The most frequent signals of a water line breakage or leak includes weak water pressure, high water bills, wet flooring, and unpleasant odors. Bad odors may be produced by mold or mildew in your walls, ceiling, or flooring. It only takes around 18 to 20 days for mold to become visible to the human eye. To protect the health of your kids and family, immediately call a local plumber to receive assistance with an emergency water leak or plumbing repair service. Give us a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or schedule an appointment online.
Bathroom & Kitchen Sink Replacement & Repair
Do your water bills seem abnormally high? This issue may be caused by dripping faucets in your house. To help you save money, our team of licensed plumbers will help you find a new bathroom or kitchen sink with a finish that matches the decor. Below are a variety of sink finishes that will make your house elegant and functional. If you need help finding a new sink for your kitchen, bathroom, or basement, give our team a call by phone at (732) 201-3305.
An excellent way to give your kitchen or bathroom a contemporary appearance is to invest in stainless steel fixtures and sinks. Stainless steel faucets are able to be paired with granite, marble, or wood countertops. This type of material is an excellent choice for families because it is easy to sanitize. On the other hand, a drawback of stainless steel fixtures is the prominence of water and limescale spots.
An easy way to add warmth to your home is to invest in copper sinks or fixtures for your bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room. Although this type of material is beautiful, many homeowners choose to purchase stainless steel instead due to its high upfront price. Copper fixtures are available in smooth or textured finishes to compliment your countertops and cabinets.
If you have a couple of kids and pets, we recommend purchasing a fireclay sink or fixture. This type of material is extremely durable and is resistant to stains. During the manufacturing process, heat is utilized to blend clay with glaze. In addition, fireclay sinks feature a long lifespan and are available in a variety of colors. Our team of certified plumbers provide dependable sink and plumbing repair, replacement, and installation services to homes in New Jersey.
Cast iron is a popular sink material that is commonly used in bathrooms or laundry rooms. This type of sink is manufactured using iron and porcelain enamel to provide a seamless appearance. Cast iron sinks are easy to maintain and also include a long lifespan.
Drain Cleaning Services
To avoid severe drain clogs, it’s important to become familiar with the types of materials that should never be flushed down your drain. Avoid flushing objects such as coffee grounds, grease, fats, paper towels, cotton balls, pills, and paint down the drain. The most frequent indicators of a clogged drain include slow drainage, foul odors, wet flooring, or gurgling noises. If you have a clogged drain in your house, do not attempt to eliminate the problem by pouring toxic chemicals down the drain. Harsh drain cleaning chemicals may cause cracks or holes to form in your water and sewage lines. Give our team a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or book an appointment online to receive help.
Sump Pump Install & Repair Services
Our team of certified contractors provides sump pump installation and repair services to homes in areas of New Jersey such as Trenton, Howell, Middletown, Tom’s River, Brick, and Freehold. We provide emergency plumbing services for pedestal and submersible sump pumps. To help you choose a new sump pump for your house, we’ve outlined the differences between these two types of pumps.
Submersible Sump Pumps
A submersible sump pump is engineered to operate in a sump pit. Although this type of sump pump is usually more expensive, it features a higher lifespan when compared to a pedestal sump pump. Submersible sump pumps are equipped with waterproof barriers that allow them to operate underwater. Unlike pedestal sump pumps, a submersible pump produces little to no notice while it’s activated.
Pedestal Sump Pumps
A pedestal sump pump is a vertical pump that is equipped with an impeller near the base. The motor is located at the top of the sump pump and is not engineered to become wet. Pedestal sump pumps are an excellent option for families that are looking to save money. However, this type of sump pump includes various types of overheating issues. In most cases, we recommend investing in a reliable submersible pump pump to protect your hardware, furniture, walls, and flooring from water damage.
We provide dependable, safe, and fast emergency plumbing services for pedestal and submersible sump pumps. Give our staff a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or book an appointment online to receive help.
Our Plumbing Services Are Accompanied With Rapid Response Times
We specialize in emergency plumbing services in New Jersey. Our plumbers are happy to respond to help with your emergency repairs. We can be there within one hour. The technicians at our plumbing company are able to help residents in locations such as Somerset County, Union County, Middlesex County, and Monmouth County.
We will give you your pricing options prior to performing local plumbing services in your home. You will know the full price in advance to ensure complete satisfaction.
We guarantee our workmanship with a 5-year labor guarantee on the emergency plumbing services performed by our technicians.
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Plumbing Repair & Install Services in New Jersey
We offer plumbing repair and installation services for broken water lines, malfunctioning water heaters, old fixtures, clogged drains, and broken sump pumps. Give our team of emergency plumbers a call by phone at (732) 201-3305 or book an appointment online to receive help. We offer plumbing services in areas of New Jersey such as Middletown, Trenton, Tom’s River, Brick, Howell, and Princeton. Team Electric has been providing safe and trustworthy plumbing and HVAC services to homeowners for over 20 years.