John Owens Services, Inc. can repair, install, and maintain furnaces, air conditioners, boilers, radiant heating, water heaters, and all things HVAC and plumbing in Tiburon and the surrounding areas. We are a small, efficient family-operated business providing exceptional services at competitive rates. We also provide the best installation warranty in the business.
A large number of residences in Tiburon rely on air conditioning to keep cool and comfortable when temperatures soar. Air conditioning has become a necessity in every home, especially for families with children or elderly members.
John Owens Services, Inc. has been providing air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance in Marin County since 1994. We are also an authorized dealer and installer of Trane heating and air conditioning products. Rely on us to always be there for you all summer long. With our fully stocked trucks and HVAC expertise, we ensure prompt, efficient services that are backed by unbeatable warranties.
John Owens Services, Inc. can diagnose, repair, and replace all makes and models of furnaces, wall heaters, gas heaters, and heating ducts. We provide seasonal maintenance and filter changes for furnaces and radiant heating. Our philosophy is to maintain, repair, and, as a last resort, replace the equipment.
Our heating services include:
Our services include:
Our well-stocked trucks are mobile warehouses in order to promptly service your boiler, and radiant heat needs.
We have been actively repairing and installing all types of water heaters in Tiburon, CA for over 30 years. The EPA estimates that 14 to 18% of household energy is used to heat water. Energy costs are ever-increasing, so you should be aware of all the options to heat water as efficiently as possible.
There can be many signs that your water heater may need maintenance and repair including:
Maintenance, repair, and then replacement of water heaters in Tiburon are what we are about at John Owens Services, Inc.
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.