Call John Owens Services Inc when you need plumbing company for your hot water heater maintenance, replacement or repairs in Sonoma County. We’ll have an experienced plumber to your door as soon as possible to provide the water heater services you need. John Owens Services has been providing Marin County top quality plumbing for the last 30 years, proving our dedication and quality as a local plumbing company in the region. This means no more searching for plumbing near me, John Owens Services will be your one stop shop.Book Now Book Now
When it comes to Sonoma County water heater repairs, a plumber who can get your hot water back quickly is essential. John Owens Services‘ mentality is to maintain, then repair, and only then will we replace your hot water heater. With over 35 years in the industry, we have seen all issues that can arise in any type of water heater. Including tankless water heaters, gas or propane tank water heaters, electric water heaters, and even heat pump water heaters.
John Owens Services has serviced water heaters in Sonoma County for over 35 years and use that experience to quickly solve your hot water heater problem. The first task is to diagnose the issue with the water heating unit and provide free estimates for repairs. Once you select the best option for your home, our plumber will get to work on the hot water heater repairs immediately. With fully loaded trucks, John Owens Services have the solutions you need to get your hot water back on in no time!
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In the market for a new hot water heater, but not sure which one to buy? It can be confusing with multiple fuel source options (electric, natural gas, or propane), sizes, and varying levels of efficiencies available. Call us today and rely on our Sonoma County plumbing company team to match you with the perfect replacement water heater for your home. We’ll look at factors like:
After identifying all these factors, our system designer will provide free estimates, providing the pros and cons to help you choose the best of these water heater options for your Sonoma County home.
Heat pump water heaters are a relatively new technology in the water heating world. Heat pump water heaters work similarly to refrigerators but in reverse. Instead of using a compressor to pull heat from the refrigerator and expel it into the room, the heat pump uses the compressor to take heat from the surrounding air and transfer it into the storage tank, which heats your water. They are a hybrid type of electric water heater and are the key to utilizing alternate forms of energy to reduce our carbon footprint. These units are on average 2-3 times more efficient than conventional electric tank water heaters and 3-6 times more efficient than gas tank water heaters.
John Owens Services have proudly installed these units for more than 7 years. If you are looking at electrification in your Sonoma County home, installation of a heat pump water heater and plumbing it as a thermal battery will make this a hot water system you can rely on, even during power outages.
Are you interested in purchasing a tankless water heater for your home? Does your current tankless water heater need repair or maintenance? Call John Owens Services, Sonoma County best plumbing company for tankless water heater replacement, maintenance and repair services! We specialize in repairing your Rinnai tankless water heater.
We can repair your current tankless water heater in Sonoma County or provide free estimates for a new water heater to provide the hot water your family needs. Modifying your existing hot water system so the tankless water heater can be installed. Tankless water heaters work great with a hot water recirculation system, like the Aquamotion recirculating pump and on-demand hot water remotes.
Uncertain if tankless water heaters are right for your home? Call us today and we’ll send a plumbing technician to check compatibility of the current system, provide you with a free estimate, and answer any questions.
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.