Reliable geyser replacement, repair and installations in Port Elizabeth.
One of the most complex situations you can suddenly find yourself in is finding reliable geyser specialists. We have been in business for over a decade and are easily your go to geyser specialists in Port Elizabeth. We have an incredible reputation and the happy clientele that comes with it.
Our team of certified geyser specialists can help you all the way. We have an incredibly reliable service list that includes:
Our clients often have questions like:
- Do I need a professional or can I install it and repair it myself?
- How do I prolong the lifespan of my geyser?
- What are the right temperature settings?
- What sizes should I consider?
- What are the costs involved?
Our professional geyser specialists in Port Elizabeth have years of experience, expertise and are certified to help our clients with all these questions and more. Feel free to call now – 061 444 8597. Our plumbers respond quickly 24 hours a day.
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When facing any of these geyser repair related issues it is time to contact a professional. Our business is here to help you with these issues.
It is normal for your geyser to leak as the water inside heats and cools off. You will need to be concerned as the problem persists into litres and litres of water a day. This is an indication that they may be a problem with the control valve. This is the time to call our professional team to help resolve your geyser leaking problem
Your geyser is designed to help with heating water for your various needs. It is supposed to do this at the temperature setting on the thermostat. When the thermostat is either set incorrectly or has a fault this may cause your geyser to overheat. Simply contact your trusted geyser specialists in Port Elizabeth – 061 444 8597!
You could be facing a situation where your geyser is not heating water. The reasons could be:
- The thermostat might faulty.
- The heating elements have become faulty.
- It might be your power supply.