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Homeowners and business owners alike tend to take their water heaters for granted until something goes wrong with them. We've become so accustomed to being able to acquire hot water with the turn of a knob that running out of hot water can be a jarring experience - especially mid-shower. The team at Payless Water Heaters are experts in water heaters because water heaters are all we do. When you need fast, effective water heater services in Los Angeles you can count on us to be there to get your system back to operating as efficiently as it should be. We even offer 24/7 emergency water heater repairs throughout California so you can get hot water for your home or business no matter what time of the day or night it is.
Our Los Angeles water heating experts have over 30 years of combined experience working on residential and commercial water heaters of every kind. This experience, along with 100,000 water installations performed, affords our customers a peace of mind unmatched by any other in the business. We have the expertise and efficiency to bring your home or business back up to and even higher than the level of comfort you need, whether you are in Los Angeles, San Diego, Ventura, Orange County, or anywhere in Northern California.
Call Payless Water Heaters today at (866) 615-4008 to schedule a water heater service in Los Angeles!
Types of Water Heaters We Service in Los Angeles
The industry has moved in some exciting directions since we started, and one of the main pleasures of our job is to stay up to date with these new systems and help our customers heat their water more effectively and efficiently. Our knowledge is constantly growing alongside the industry.
- We can install, repair, and maintain the following water heating systems:
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With so many options, especially with solar, there are many ways to keep your home or business functional while reducing your carbon footprint and your utility bills. If you have noticed unusual noises, temperature problems, or built-up moisture coming from your water heater unit, it is important you contact our water heater repair team right away. We can troubleshoot and fix the issues right away. Remember, allowing problems to persist can lead to larger and more expensive issues in the future.
Water Heater FAQ's
- What are Conventional Water Heaters? Conventional water heaters are those that use a tank to store water. These types of water heaters utilize gas or electricity to maintain the water at a specific temperature until an individual uses a faucet, which consumes that water supply. Of course, newer conventional water heaters are much more efficient than older models. For this reason, newer models can reduce energy bills by up to 7%.
- What are Tankless Water Heaters? Tankless water heaters only heat water as necessary. This means these models begin to heat as a faucet or tap is turned on. Although they take up less space since a tank is not included in such models, larger gas lines, additional circuits, and special venting is used to build these models. Due to the efficiency of such water heaters, these units can reduce electric bills by up to 30%.
- Is There A Difference Between Conventional & Tankless? Yes! Conventional water heaters and tankless units have stark differences between them and both pose different benefits when it comes to what’s better for your home. While each application is unique in its own way, it’s important to make sure that you’re consulting with someone who has your best interests in mind when it comes to your install.
- What is a Solar Water Heater? Water heater systems powered by the sun utilize solar energy to generate hot water and come in both active and passive models. Active solar water heaters use controls and pumps to circulate hot water throughout a home or business. Both types of systems most often require a backup system and storage tank for overcast days or days when your family’s water demands are high.
- Is Water Under My Water Heater Normal? No! This incident can be fro ma few things. If it’s coming from your water heater, you likely have a leak somewhere. However, if this is happening when other fixtures are in use in your home, it’s likely happening due to a blockage near the floor drain/branch line are.
- Why Am I Low On Hot Water? Lack of hot water can be due to many things, which can include sediment in the heater, a heater that is too small, or an issue with your dip tube. Either way, it’s important that if you’re experiencing less hot water than normal, you call someone who can come and properly diagnose the issue and provide a course of action in order to help it!
Signs Your Water Heater Needs Service
As a homeowner, the last thing you want to come home to after a long day of work is the realization that something is going wrong, and more money might need to come out of your pocket. When it deals with water at home, the absolute last thing you need is damage AND replacement. So before this becomes a larger issue, take note of a few signs below that indicate a call to a local water heater technician is required:
- Water Where It Shouldn’t Be: Where there’s water, there’s an issue. Water underneath your water heater may be pointing to a leak in the unit or a blockage in some area surrounding the unit. However, there are a few diagnostic measures you can take if this is a new occurrence or there’s a lot of water, it might be good to not test it any further, and to just make a call. The last thing you need is more water where it doesn’t belong, which can lead to higher repair costs and more headaches.
- You Don’t Have Hot Water: If you’re used to having hot water and all of a sudden you’re missing it, something is likely wrong with the unit tasked with providing it for you. First, check to see if someone took an oddly long shower, or they’ve used a ton of hot water in the past 15-30 minutes. If they haven’t, something might be wrong, and your hot water heater might be on the way out. In this instance, it’s important to make sure that you call someone quickly to recoup that luxury you were so used to.
- Adverse Effects: Something as subtle as a squeaking or clanking sound can be enough to scare the average homeowner into thinking there’s something wrong. And while you’re not supposed to panic over the little things, it is important to at least try and diagnose the issue as you encounter it. Make sure you’re at least making a preemptive call and discussing what you’re experiencing -- a trusted tech can assure you if there’s cause for concern.
Contacting Your New Experts
Unlike a lot of other service providers, who do water heating as well as electrical and HVAC and who even offer to groom your pets, we focus solely on water heating services and the plumbing that it sometimes requires so that we can do this at the highest level possible. From the selection of your new system to the installation to repairs needed years down the line, we have your back. Water heaters are among the most regularly used and most overlooked appliances in homes and businesses. However, when they begin to function less efficiently or begin to make odd noises, it could be time to contact an experienced team who can troubleshoot and service any issues or determine if the entire unit should be replaced. Count on the experts at Payless Water Heaters for prompt & efficient water heater repair services 24/7!
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