Signs of Trouble with Your Water Heater

There is no denying the fact that the water heater is one of the hardest working appliances in just about any residence. Every time that you wash your hands with hot water, do the laundry, or run the dishwasher, not to mention take a nice, relaxing shower, you are depending upon the effective and reliable operation of your water heater in Sarasota, FL. That is why encountering any problems with the water heater in your home is so troubling. The good news is that the professional plumbers here at Wimpy’s Plumbing & Air are here to help. We’ve listed a few common … [Read More]

Why Should I Consider a Tankless Water Heater?

When you are ready to invest in a new water heater, you may be tempted to simply stick with what you have always known, in terms of make and model. For most of us, this is the tank water heater.

Faucet handle doesn’t turn hot in the shower.

The faucet handle in your shower that controls hot and cold water coming out of your shower head, has been a popular complaint lately.  Customers call up our office and say that when they turn the faucet handle to hot, it does not get hot.  Is this happening to you? Our team of plumbers can either explain to you how to fix it yourself or we would be able to send a professional plumber to your home to fix the faucet handle that doesn’t turn hot in your shower. With the newer style positemp cartridges or the thermostatic mixing,tub/shower … [Read More]

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Water Heater Not Heating, How Do I Fix It? Wimpy’s Will Tell You.

Water heater not heating, how do I fix it?  Wimpy’s will tell you over the phone some things you may want to try, however we highly recommend that a certified professional check this particular situation.  The water heater normally will use 240 volts of power and the general water heater in a home pulls thirty amps of power.  One really needs to have the proper set of skills to diagnose a water heater.  A person could easily get electrocuted by messing around inside, behind the panels of a water heater. The electrical components of most electric water heater are … [Read More]