When you need quality plumbing, heating or AC service you can count on in the Windham area, call on the Residential Service Specialists at Paul The Plumber! We offer a wide range of services across Windham and other parts of New Hampshire, including:
- Emergency AC Services*
- AC Filter Replacement
- Furnace Replacement
- Heater Repair*
- Boiler Services
- Water Heater Services
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Gas Line Services
- And More!
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Fast Water Heater Replacement Services
Call the Residential Service Specialists at Paul The Plumber right away for water heater services if you notice any of the following:
- Age: Most water heaters have a lifespan of about 8-10 years. If your unit is passed that time frame, or if it is approaching it, you may be in need of a new system. Keep your eyes peeled for any of the following signs as well, even if your unit is still between the 8-10 year range.
- Leaking: If you notice water around your heater, it is likely because the metal that makes up your tank has expanded. It may also be that some of the fittings or connections in your unit are loose and need to be tightened. However, if the leak is coming from your tank, the only solution is to replace the unit.
- Rust: If you notice rusty water coming from your faucets, it may be that the pipes leading to your faucet are rusted, or it could be that your water heater tank has developed rust. Check for rust around the inlet or pressure relief valves on your water heater. If these elements are rusted, it's a safe bet that your tank is too. This is another situation that can only be resolved by replacing the unit.
- Noises: If your water heater is making loud noises such as rattling or banging, it may be a sign of sediment buildup in your tank, which can eventually lead to inefficiency and accelerated damage to your system.
- Lack of Hot Water: The surest sign that it is time to replace your water heater is if it stops producing hot water.
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At Paul The Plumber, we know you don’t want to waste time talking to an automated machine. That’s why real people always answer our phones!
We also understand you don’t want to wait around for a plumber to be available when you have a plumbing, or heating and cooling emergency. And that’s why Paul The Plumber offers emergency services*.
Paul The Plumber also wants all our customers to feel secure with the services we provide, so we back up our work with full 2-year parts and labor warranty!
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Mini split tune up Arrived to customers home for maintenance on mini split system, check and clean coil on condensing unit, remove filters from all indoor units and clean, check air Delta T measurements, too cold out for refrigerant measurement but Delta T readings are good.
Minispilt tune up Arrived to customers home for maintenance on mini split system, check and clean coil on condensing unit, remove filters from all indoor units and clean, check air Delta T measurements, too cold out for refrigerant measurement but Delta T readings are good.
Club member cooing inspection and maintenance Arrived to customers home for annual service on AC systems, 2 systems, basement and attic, 1 system covered by membership and 1 is chargeable, clean and hose down both condensing units, check evaporator coils, check pump operation on basement unit, customer will get new air filters, current filters are ok. Check measurements on both systems, Delta readings on both are good, refrigerant readings look to be ok but is only 52 degrees today so measurements are not accurate.
Arrived today to install a new electric tankless water heater. Removed the old heater. Hung and installed the new heater. Adjusted hot water temperature and tested throughly. 1 year warranty. Cannot warranty it if there’s issues with sediment again.
Leaking AC Damp area visible on the concrete floor where the Air Handler is located. The customer reports that the AC has not been run yet this season. After investigating,, I found the relief valve on the boiler was overflowing. in a bucket in the utility room. I found that fluid had traveled from under the floor, to the area where the air handler is located. The expansion tank was bad and caused that relief valve to leak. I gave the customer an estimate to replace the tank and valve. Then I drained the boiler, removed the tank, and valve. I installed a new tank and valve, and refilled, and purged zones. The system fired up and is now running properly without any more leaks.