San Diego County Conventional Tank Water Heaters
San Diego County Water Heater Installation & Repair
Call Our Award-Winning Plumbers For Reliable Repairs
If your water heater is broken or running inefficiently, Plumbing Plus can help. Plumbers at our company are well-versed in all of the latest water heater and tankless water heater technology and techniques. Water heaters provide the hot running water that’s used for washing, cooking, showering, and much more. When things go wrong with this crucial component of your home, it’s important to make sure that you have a reliable plumber to turn to. That’s where we come in.
Benefits Of Our San Diego County Water Heater Repair Services Include, But Are Not Limited To:
- Long-term energy and water savings
- Unobstructed flow of hot water
- Fewer risks of water damage
When it comes to issues with your water heater, a solution is just a phone call away. Get in touch with Plumbing Plus today to schedule your water heater repair, maintenance or installation service!
When Your Water Heater Is Beyond Repair
If your water heater is beyond repair, Plumbing Plus can replace it quickly and for a good price. No matter what time it is, our water heater installation technicians are here for you when your water heater breaks down. We can even perform your new installation in a day so you can get back to your daily routine in no time.
Why Choose Us?
The Plumbing Plus Difference
We strive to put a smile on every customers' face and provide 5 star service.
24/7 Emergency Services
We know that emergencies happen which is why we are available when you need us.
We provide a boutique, personalized experience to every customer.
Utilize Advanced Technology
We use the latest systems and technology to make every job run smoothly.
We have a good reputation for being available and reliable.
We have been serving San Diego since 1984, with quality plumbing services.
Signs You Need A New Water Heater:
- If your water heater is reaching the end of its life or is older than 10 years - Water heaters are meant to last forever. But, the average amount of time that a water heater lasts is around 10 years. Once you get past this point of a water heater's life, it's at major risk to start acting up or stop working all together.
- If you notice the unit rusting or leaking significantly - A water leak can be a pretty big deal when it comes to a water heater. A leak can lead to the water pooling around the bottom of the unit and cause, corrosion, rust and even water damage. The longer you let that water sit the more likely the water can rust the water heater and cause the hole to become even larger.
- If the temperature of your water is fluctuating or inconsistent - Id you notice that your hot water seems to disappear very quickly or it seems to flucuate between scalding hot and ice cold, your water heater may be in need of replacement. Often times, the mineral deposit build up on your heating elements can cause this problem to occur.
- If you notice odd clanging sounds coming from your water heater - Some noise from you water heater shouldn't be cause for alarm as this is normal. But, if you are hearing loud bangs and pops, this should cause some concern. It could be that your water heater's dip tube has broken and is allowing the cold and hot water to mix.
- If there are changes in your water’s color - Any other color besides clear comes out of your faucet or water fixtures, this is a sign that their may be sedimentation inside of your water heater, or rust. When red'ish brown water comes out of your faucet, it typically means your water heater has rust inside of the tank.
Keeping Up With Maintenance
Keeping up with regular maintenance can significantly reduce your number of water heater problems. The plumbing professionals at Plumbing Plus can show you the best ways to take care of your water heater so that it can take care of you. We recommend that you have your water heater flushed and inspected by a professional annually. Routine maintenance can also help you save water and lower your utility bills! In addition, we are also available 24/7 for emergency help!
How To Maintain A Water Heater:
- Perform annual flushing of the tank
- Replace sacrificial anode rods
- Visually inspect for water heater leaks
Reach out to our water heater installation team today if you want to install a new unit or replace your current one. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.