Our modern plumbing systems allow us to not only enjoy running water on-demand, but both cold and hot water at that. Long gone are the days of having to boil water over a fire in order to take a comfortable bath or do cleaning chores, thanks to automatic water heaters. However, while water heaters are now a vital part of our day-to-day life, they are prone to issues that could result in your hot water supply being compromised. Whether it’s a faulty heater that needs a simple repair, or a heater that has worn out and sprung a leak that threatens to damage your home, you can’t afford to hesitate when it comes to taking action. At John Owens Services, Inc., our San Rafael water heating experts offer a full range of services that can provide you with exactly what you need as soon as possible.
John Owens Services, Inc. wants to be the name you know you can turn to whenever you need a water heater problem addressed. Our friendly and expertly-trained staff members are equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to ensure that your hot water supply is sorted out quickly and your home is safe and protected from the potential damage a broken water heater can cause. We respond quickly to calls, including often being able to come to you within one business day so you can get a solution to your issue as soon as possible. Plus every service we complete is held to some of the most stringent and rigorous quality standards you’ll find everywhere—our workmanship passes the test of time and is guaranteed to adhere to all building codes and safety standards.
We fix all types of water heating problems, but we do not advise attempting to fix a leaking tank. A leak is usually a sign of a frail, damaged, or corroded tank that is more than likely about to begin leaking somewhere else as well. In addition, repairing a leak often involves compromising your water heater’s energy efficiency and integrity to repair the leak. We always advise replacing a leaking water heater tank right away rather than repairing this difficult issue.
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.