Water Heater Repair In San Diego
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We Specialize In Water Heater Repair in San Diego
Our seasoned experts are always available to provide swift, affordable, cutting-edge solutions to any residential or commercial water heater repair needs you may have in the San Diego area.
Our experts are trained continuously on the latest industry technology and tools to give you water heater repair and maintenance services that will last you for years to come.
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Why Choose Us?
competition. In our drive to ensure that every customer gets maximum value and satisfaction,
we make sure that our technicians use the best spare parts to complete every job.
Below are other reasons to choose us for your water heater installation and repair services in
We work hand-in-hand with our clients to pre-approve every expense before we start any job.
Residential & Commercial
water heater installation, maintenance, and repairs.
No job is too small or too big and complex for us to handle.
We Meet Deadlines
completed on time.
We know how disruptive water heater issues can be to your lifestyle, so we always double down to complete every job on time.
Get your water heater working again. Contact us to get started!
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Other Services We Offer
or repair project. Some of these services include:
Water Heater Installation
count on us to do a great job.
Water Heater Replacement
will be happy to help you out.
Tankless Water Heaters
efficiently handle the job for you.
Water Heater FAQs
Should You Repair Or Replace A Water Heater?
Making the decision to repair or totally replace an old or faulty water heater can be a tough call.
While you may not want to bear the cost of buying a new unit, you also need to avoid entering the vicious cycle of spending money every now and then to repair faults that your old water heater may occasionally be throwing at you.
If you are currently in that dilemma and looking for answers, the 3 points below should give you some clarity:
1. Age of Your Water Heater
If your current water heater is very old and approaching the
end of its useful life, buying a new unit is a smarter move.
According to consumerreports.org, tankless water heaters last up to 20+ years, while
you should expect gas water heaters to last up to around ten years.
2. Has Your Water Heating Bill Increased?
Have you noticed that you now have to turn
on your water heater to the very last dial to get the same heating effect from your
If yes, it means that your water heater has become less energy-efficient. And using it in
such a state will consume a lot of energy and drive up your monthly utility bill.
If that’s the case, it’s financially smarter to buy a new heater to avoid bearing huge utility
3. Has The Frequency of Repair Gone Up?
If you find yourself fixing your water heater far too often of late, then it is time to buy a new one. It is even more important you get a new one if you find out that you are spending close to 50% of what a new unit will cost to repair your current unit.
Should I Get A Tankless Water Heater?
Getting a new water heater (especially a tankless heater) is a huge investment that needs to be weighed thoroughly before committing to.
If you are confused about if spending more money upfront on getting a tankless water heater is a smart move or not, the pros and cons below will guide you.
Pros of Getting a Tankless Water Heater
- Tankless water heaters have a longer lifespan than conventional storage tank heaters.
- They consume less space.
- They save you more money on water heating bills.
- With tankless water heaters, you can get hot water on demand. With traditional storage tank heaters, you’d have to wait minutes for the water to get warm.
- Due to their compact nature, you can fit them in tighter, smaller corners.
Cons of Getting a Tankless Water Heater
- It costs more money upfront.
- Installation costs can be high if you are switching from a tank storage heater to a
tankless water heater.
- Having several faucets simultaneously on will put pressure on the tankless heater to
supply hot water.
In summary, if you have a big enough budget to bear the higher purchase cost of a tankless
water heater, it’s best to go for it, as it will save you more money over time.
However, if you are operating on a small, limited budget, getting a tank storage water heater
might be the better play. If you need more guidance on which type of water heater to get for
your residential or commercial building, please call us today!