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OH – the dreaded moment when you’re in the middle of a hot, relaxing shower only to be slowly overcome by frigid waters. Your hot water retreats, leaving you fully suds and freezing. What do you do when there is no hot water in the house? Here are a few key tips that you can try before calling a plumber.

No Hot Water With An Electric Water Heater

Electric water heaters are the most common in Arizona. For those of you with an electric water heater, try these troubleshooting tips:

No Hot Water With A Gas Water Heater

For those of you with gas water heaters, you’ll have a completely different checklist. Here is what you need to check if there is no hot water in the house.

What To Do?

If you have examined your water heater and concluded that all looks fine, but you still have no hot water in the house, you may have a water heater that is too small for your needs. As a rule of thumb, a typical warm shower will push out about two gallons of water per minute. So, if you have a 40-gallon tank, you’re looking at a 20-minute shower. If you’d like to explore the option of a larger water heater, need a second opinion on how to fix your current water heater, or would like one of our plumbers to fix your unit for you, contact us today.

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