Moorpark Water Heater Repair & Installation
Ready to Resolve Your Hot Water Needs
When your home’s hot water goes out it may be an indication that your water heater requires service. If so, reach out to the team at Dutton Plumbing. Our experienced Moorpark plumbers are equipped to provide your water heater with whatever service is required, whether it be a repair, replacement, or new installation. Call our professionals today to discuss any questions you may have about your water heater.
In need of a water heater repair or replacement in Moorpark? Reach out to Dutton Plumbing today to schedule an appointment!
When To Invest in Water Heater Repair
While visible signs of damage might be a clear indication that a water heater repair is required, that is not the only sign you can watch for. If your water heater begins exhibiting any of the following problems, reach out to your team right away.
Signs Your Water Heater Needs Repair:
- If your water temperature consistently fluctuates from being too hot to too cold
- If you hear unusual banging, rumbling or popping noises from the water heater
- If the water coming out of the taps is rusty
- If you run out of hot water too quickly
- If there are signs of a leak
Just like any other appliance, water heaters are just as prone to wearing out, especially if they haven’t been maintained. Our technicians will be able to evaluate your system to determine if a repair will fix the problem or if a replacement is needed.
So the time has come to replace your existing hot water heater, do you install a like for like replacement or do a little research and see if there is anything better that may suit your needs? Chances are that if you’ve had your water heater for more than five years, there may be more efficient choices for you to look at.
Tank vs. Tankless
The more traditional type of water heater is normally a large tank that heats and then stores the water in the tank, ready for use at any point. Theoretically, this sounds great, but not only are you paying to heat the water, you’re also paying to keep it hot. And what happens if there is a surge in hot water demand – the tank empties and you have to wait until there is a full tank again.
Whereas, the newer type of water heater is tankless – heating hot water on demand. It only ever heats the water that you need and will never run out. Of course, there has to be a drawback over the traditional tank heater and that is cost. However, while a tankless heater is generally more expensive to purchase, it does work out much cheaper to run (and usually more convenient if you use lots of hot water).
For expert water heater installation in Moorpark, give Dutton Plumbing a call today!