We offer 24/7 Burst Geyser Replacements of all major brands including: Franke, Kwikot, and Heat Tech. Our specialists are well-versed in dealing with all types of insurance providers to ensure a smooth payment process. Call today, we have a team available to assist you in Kempton Park and surrounding areas.
Our team of geyser experts have years of experience and are qualified to conduct SANS 10254 authorized geyser repairs and replacements.
- Leaking Geyser
- Geyser Repairs
- Burst Geysers
- Valve Replacement
- Overflowing Geyser
- Setup of geyser pressure valves.
- Installations of New Geysers
- Replacement of Thermostat and Heating Element.
- Electrical Issues
Geysers available in Kempton Park
Kwikot Kempton Park
Kwikot is the most well-known geyser manufacturer in South Africa. They have a fantastic customer service team and offer reasonably priced geysers. Kwikot 150L geysers are found in almost every other home in Kempton Park. Kwikot’s electric water heaters are compliant with SANS 151 standards. These water heaters come with a 2- or 5-year warranty.
We have Kwikot geysers with capacities of 100lt, 150lt, 200lt, and 250lt.
Franke Kempton Park
Franke Electric Geysers are a popular choice, and they’re made by a company that sells a wide range of plumbing supplies and replacement components. The SANS 60335-2-21 safety regulations were followed when designing FRANKE electric geysers.
- The valves have a 24-month warranty.
- The inner cylinder of the Franke Geyser is covered by a 5-year warranty.
- Electrical parts are covered by a 12-month warranty.
Heat Tech Kempton Park
Heat Tech Trendline Geysers are a high-end and well-known geyser alternative. Heat pumps and solar panels are also supported by Trendline geysers. The Inner cylinder of this geyser is made of 2 mm enamel grade steel and is extremely durable.
Solar Kempton Park
Solar Geysers are great for the South African climate, our team is highly skilled and experienced in the installation and replacement of Solar Geysers in Kempton Park. Installing solar geysers can be costly at first, but you could end up saving a lot of money on your electricity bill in the long run.
Warning Signs of a Leaking Geyser
Warm Water Is Running Low
The most common problem with a geyser is a lack of hot water. When huge amounts of water are heated in 150L-200L water heaters, mineral deposits form over time, causing the heating element to deteriorate.
The continual heating eventually causes the Geyser to leak, or the element to need replacing.
If a geyser is banging or popping, it most likely needs to be repaired right away. Mineral deposits in the tank might also cause this, these deposits obstruct the heating of the water, causing the tank to overheat. An overheated tank will lose its ability to store water effectively and may begin to leak.
Water that is cloudy and has a smell
If you notice a weird odor or hazy water, your geyser most likely needs to be repaired or replaced.
Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve that isn’t working properly (TP Valve)
The geyser has a temperature and pressure relief valve as well as a safety release valve which will help release the pressure. The geyser can potentially blow if the safety valve is malfunctioning or capped off. Instead of ignoring a faulty valve, replace it as soon as possible.
Geysers, valves and fittings that are rusting and leaking
Your geyser will rust due to the steel it is built of. Corrosion can be prevented by an anode rod found in the geyser, but natural causes will eventually lead to corrosion. Corrosive forces will then attack the tank and its connection, resulting in a leak.
If you see your geyser has a leak, make an appointment with a professional as soon as possible. A leaking geyser has the potential to flood your entire property which could incur additional costs.
Call us today for emergency geyser repair or replacement, our team is experienced and reliable.