Preserving Your Mid-Century Modern Home in Marin or Sonoma County
Marin County is where you’ll find over 11,000 Eichler homes. These mid-century modern homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1949 and 1966 are seeing a resurgent of interest among homebuyers and real estate developers. Some distinct features of an Eichler home are the open floor plan, floor-to-ceiling windows, and radiant heating. However, since these homes were built decades ago, many Eichler homes need major renovations, especially with the plumbing, heating, and air conditioning systems, to make them more functional, comfortable, and energy-efficient by today’s standards.Book Now Book Now
Get an estimate for any Eichler home plumbing or heating upgrades. In addition to being highly skilled technicians, we are also an authorized dealer and installer of trusted plumbing and HVAC brands such as Rinnai, Trane, American Standard, and more. When we handle your installation, you get an unbeatable five-year warranty on parts and labor on top of the manufacturer’s warranty.
Why hire and vet several contractors for your Eichler home when you can call just one company for all your needs? John Owens Services, Inc. has the necessary licenses for plumbing, boiler, HVAC, electrical, and general construction—one license for each major system in your home.
Our list of services includes:
Our local company understands your need to preserve and protect your Eichler home. With us as your on-call home service contractor, you can have peace of mind knowing we will always treat your home with the utmost care and respect.
John Owens Services, Inc. is proud to be a leading contractor for Eichler homes in Santa Rosa and Marin and Sonoma counties. We are trusted members of the Eichler Network and have been working on Eichler homes since 1986, so we have the advantage of knowing the various restoration and renovation jobs these mid-century modern homes require.
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.