Water Line Damage
Having to deal with a damaged water line is not something everyone has to deal with, but it's important to be able to detect a problem just in case. There are a few dead giveaways that will help you identify if something is wrong.
This is the most obvious sign that something is wrong with your water lines. Leaking water indicates there is some structural damage to pipes in the area—it's impossible to know whether they're yours or your neighbor's, so get in touch with us and we can investigate.
If you hear hissing, it's likely the sound of water leaving your pipes before it makes it inside the building. We can quickly locate the problem area, and install a new section of pipe.
Reduced water pressure
If less water is successfully reaching your taps or shower head, the water pressure will be lower.
Prevent Water Line Leaks
Your pipes are only supposed to last for so long, and over time they are subject to wear and tear that eventually reduces their quality. By installing new lines before your pipes spring massive leaks or degrade too much, you can reduce repair costs, as well as the amount of time spent without access to water. We are well known in Rancho Mirage for our efficient service, and can swiftly have your pipes back in action, better than ever.
Competitive Rates, High Quality Service
Like most services, cheaper does not mean better—in fact, it usually means the company is either inexperienced or not fully qualified to perform the work they're doing. At Dan Curtis Heating Air Conditioning & Plumbing, we've worked hard to keep our rates competitive; our satisfaction guarantee is backed by many happy clients in Rancho Mirage over the years.
If your water heater is 10 years or older then it is almost certainly time to get a new one. Modern water heaters are more than 20% more efficient than older models.
If you are looking to have the water heater in your Rancho Mirage property repaired or replaced, we can help. We will provide you with an in-depth assessment of what the problem is and exactly how we can fix it.