Water Heater Repair Orange County, CA
Did your water heater quit on you? No hot water?
Let’s see if your water heater is repairable
Condition: I have no hot water(tank type gas water heater).
If you ran out of hot water and the unit has not leaked, your water heater might be repairable. Almost all tank type water heaters use thermocouples. Over time the end of the tip deteriorates and the thermocouple fails, which results in no hot water. Not that often, but a gas control could also go bad. In this case you don’t yet need a new water heater. This condition is repairable.
Solution: Contact us for an appointment for
Thermocouple(Pilot Light) Repair / Replacement in Orange County, CA
Condition: Water leak around water heater.
The average water heater life expectancy is 8 to 12 years. Please, ensure the following to determine the need of replacement. If there is a water leak around your water heater, first check the flexible water connectors on top of the unit. If one or all of them seem to be the source of the leak, your tank might still be in tact. If the leak appears to be coming from the bottom of the water heater, it needs to be replaced.
Solution: Contact us for replacement of the leaky water connectors-
Water Heater Leak Repair in Orange County, CA
If any of the above conditions does not apply, please proceed below to review a water heater installation/replacement option.
Guardian System™ & Sensor
ECO-DEFENDER SAFETY SYSTEM®
Pump & Installation- $495 at time of water heater installation appointment
3/4″ Pressure Reducing Valve & Installation – $250
1″, 1 1/4, 11/2 sizes are also available
Tankless Water Heater Installation Explained
Noritz has changed the game with the new EZTR40. Finally a direct tankless replacement for a 40 and sometimes 50 gallon tank that can be installed in the same time as a tank type water heater is now available. The timing could not be better with the upcoming NAECA regulations changing the dimensions of traditional tanks. Retro fit of those tanks has been made EZ by our new top mount water connections, ½ gas line, and most of all the ability to vent directly through the existing 3” or 4” round B-Vent.