Water Heater Repair in Union City
Why call us for fast, affordable water heater repair in Union City? Collectively, our team members have fixed every water problem you can think of, from leaks and pedestal rot to sediment clogs, faulty pilot lights, loose intake lines, under-sized utility connections, and much more. Over the years we've also serviced every brand and size of water heater, from your 40 gallon American Standard gas heater to Rinnai tankless heaters, and even point-of-use heaters and insta-hots. Long story short, if it heats water, and it isn't a tea kettle, we've fixed it.
Above all else, this experience has not only taught us how to fix any water heater issue, but also what it takes to fix it. That means we most often know which specialized tools and equipment to bring from a shot over-the-phone assessment, which means less time will be wasted in Bay Area traffic. We also know which heaters will stand the test of time for a variety of configurations, and can help you protect your water heater against the East Bay's notoriously hard water.
Protect Your Water Heater With a Whole Home Water Filter
When most homeowners consider a whole home water filtration system, they're not thinking about their water heater.
That's a mistake.
Believe it or not, a whole home water filter can help prolong the life of your water heater and keep it running at high performance for longer. The East Bay's hard water can cause significant scale buildup in your tanked or tankless heater. Over time this lowers the heater's efficiency, can discolor or contaminate your water, and can cause breakages for several key components. Installing a filter not only takes care of this problem--it also will get your dishes and clothes cleaner, make your drinking water taste better, and even make you feel cleaner after a shower. Speak with one of our plumbers today to learn more about why a whole home water filter might be right for you.
We Install Tankless Water Heaters
Have you ever considered a tankless water heater? If you love long showers, hate running out of hot water, and want a heater that can last up to twice as long, then you should.
Tankless water heaters do have their downsides, however. The equipment can cost considerably more, there are limitations to how many fixtures and appliances can use hot water simultaneously, and it still takes just as long for the hot water to reach your faucet. But that being said, tankless water heaters are still the perfect choice for many households.
If you want to learn more about whether or not a tankless water heater is right for you, give us a call today. We're happy to help you understand your options and, if it's right, install a high-quality tankless heater that will perform exactly as advertised for years to come.
Call us today: 510-870-9695