Water Heater Repair

Water Heater Repair

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    San Jose Water Heater Repair, Installation, Maintenance & Sales

    We have a team of highly trained, skilled and experienced professional plumbers — experts in water heater sales, installation, maintenance and repair.

    Our trained professionals provide advice on the best way to repair or replace your water heater San Jose. We offers a free, no obligation estimate or consultation. Give us a call today. We are here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Below we have created some useful tips that may help you make a more informed decision on your new water heater San Jose.

    1. San Jose, water heaters are responsible for supplying your home with heated water by using energy to covert cold water to hot water. Traditional water heaters use a storage tank to hold heated water until it is needed. They typically run off of natural gas, but electric and propane heaters are also common.
    2. When purchasing a new water heater San Jose, or simply replacing your old one, you must first decide on whether to get a gas or electric model.
    3. Then you need to determine what size water heater you will need. The size of your water heater depends on the number of bathrooms in your home, the size of your bathtubs, and the amount of people that will be using water.
    4. As with any household appliance, a certain amount of maintenance is required for water heaters San Jose. Most problems associated with water heaters are related to the water being too hot, too cold, or just not big enough to handle your household needs.
    5. To make sure that water does not run at extremely hot temperatures, set the thermostat at 120 degrees. Many injuries are cause by people coming in contact with scalding water. You now have the option of installing cut off valves to your tubs and showers that will automatically stop the flow of water when temperatures dramatically increase.
    6. If you are noticing that there isn’t enough hot water during your showers, you may need to upgrade to a larger tank, or install a second water heater to provide more storage space. Often times you will notice that you aren’t getting hot water at all. This could mean one of two things depending on the type of water heater you have. If you have a gas-powered water heater you may need to check the pilot light or gas line. For electric water heaters you may need to reset the thermostat and check to make sure power is running to it.

    If you are looking for a water heater expert San Jose, call us today! Our plumbers are here to help you 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are licensed, bonded, insured and members in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.

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