Water heaters come in all shapes and sizes, and here at Core Plumbing, we have experience installing and repairing them all. If you are thinking of purchasing a new water heater, consult with us first. We can help you figure out where to install your water heater, based on the layout of your house. We can also help you determine the specifications that you will need for your water heater. Here at Core Plumbing, we have been helping San Diego homeowners select and install water heaters for years.
We Can Install All Types Of Water Heaters
Different styles of water heaters require different setups for installation. Here at Core Plumbing, we specialize in installing all types of water heaters, and will help you install whichever water heater you decide to purchase. For example, water heaters with tanks – such as gas heaters and boilers – require ample space to accommodate the large, multi-gallon tanks. With smaller, lighter tankless water heaters, your installation options are much more flexible. Instead of taking a “one size fits all” approach to water heater installation, we will customize the installation around your particular home and heater.
We Can Repair Any Type Of Water Heater
While tankless water heaters tend to last longer than gas heaters, both types of water heaters will need repairs eventually. If a water heater is left unrepaired for too long, it can have big consequences for your household. The most obvious consequence is that you will no longer be able to take hot showers, or wash dishes in hot water. Some of the other consequences are a little more subtle. For example, you might start to notice that your water and energy bills have gone up. This is because water is being wasted, and the broken water heater is consuming much more energy than normal. It is important to repair your water heater quickly, before it deteriorates even further. Here at Core Plumbing, we can diagnose and repair whatever issue your water heater might have.
There are some warning signs that will indicate that your water heater is having problems. For one, if you notice that your water is a rusty color (especially if it has bits of rust in it) it could be a sign of problems with your water heater. If you notice that your water heater is leaking, it likely indicates a malfunction. Strange noises coming from the water heater can also indicate a problem. Additionally, if you notice the water in your house is not getting hot enough, or is not flowing properly, it is very likely that you have a problem with your water heater. If your water heater is ten years old or older; you should be especially vigilant for any potential warning signs.
If you do notice any of the issues mentioned above, or want to purchase and install a brand new water heater, give us a call. We will put our expert knowledge of water heaters to work on your behalf.