Water Heaters in Mission Hills 

Tank & Tankless Water Heaters in Simi Valley, Granada Hills & Surrounding Areas 

Are you having a problem with your water heater? Drain Solutions Plumbing Co offers quality products, expert service, and fair pricing for water heaters in Mission Hills, Simi Valley, Granada Hills, and surrounding areas. We can solve any problem and restore your hot water quickly with water heater installation, repair, and service for tank and tankless water heaters. 

If your water heater is acting up, call (888) 802-6007 for timely service that is tailored to your needs. 

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the signs that my water heater needs servicing?

Signs that your water heater needs servicing include lack of hot water, strange noises coming from the unit, leaks, or a sudden increase in your utility bill. If you notice any of these signs, it's best to call a professional for an inspection and necessary repairs.

How often should I have my water heater serviced?

It's recommended to have your water heater serviced at least once a year to ensure it continues to function efficiently. Regular maintenance can help prevent unexpected breakdowns and extend the lifespan of your water heater.

What is the difference between a tank and tankless water heater?

A tank water heater stores and heats water in a tank, while a tankless water heater heats water on demand, providing hot water instantly. Both types have their advantages and it's best to consult with a professional to determine which type is best for your specific needs.

Can I install or repair a water heater on my own?

While some minor maintenance tasks can be performed by homeowners, it's generally recommended to have water heater installation and repairs done by a licensed professional. This ensures the work is done safely and up to code.

What factors should I consider when choosing a new water heater?

When choosing a new water heater, consider factors such as the size of your household, the fuel type available (electric, gas, or solar), energy efficiency, and the initial cost and long-term operating costs. Consulting with a professional can help you make an informed decision.

Restoring Your Hot Water 

The water heater is essential for supplying hot water for showers, cooking, cleaning, bathing, laundry, and countless other household tasks. A broken water heater is extremely stressful and you may be wondering whether yours will need to be repaired or replaced. Usually, repair is best suited for water heaters that aren’t very old and just need a broken component replaced. However, not all problems can be solved with a simple repair. 

Plumbers often recommend replacement when the water heater is: 

  • More than 10 years old 
  • Constantly breaking down 
  • Costing more to operate 
  • Leaking from the tank 
  • Not supplying enough hot water 

Your plumber can inspect your water heater to identify the cause of the malfunction and assess the overall condition of the unit. Working with a reliable, honest, and licensed local plumbing company will ensure that you will have the most cost effective options and a job that is done right the first time. 

    “Rick and his assistant did such a great job. It was easy to communicate our needs and he had all the best tools to diagnose our problems. He was extremely affordable compared to other quotes we got. We had a tough situation being new Homeowners and he gave us all our options and really went above and beyond to help us. He explained everything to us and I highly recommend his services.”

    Sarah G.

Quality Water Heaters for Your Home

When replacement is needed, the main options include gas or electric water heaters in tank and tankless models.

Traditional Water Heaters

The conventional model with a storage tank to hold heated water is the least expensive option. It is important to keep in mind that you are limited to the amount of hot water that can be held in the tank, so be sure to get a tank that is big enough for your needs.

Tankless Water Heaters

The benefits of tankless water heaters include: 

  • Hot water on demand 
  • No wasted energy keeping water hot 
  • Smaller size that takes up less space 
  • A constant supply of hot water 
  • Better energy efficiency 
  • Lower utility costs 

How Does a Tankless Hot Water Heater Work?

A tankless water heater works by providing hot water on demand, only creating heat when it is needed. This means that energy is not wasted in keeping a large tank of warm water heated all the time. Tankless water heaters use an electric heating element or gas burner to quickly heat cold incoming water as it passes through the unit's exchanger. The heater can then provide a continuous stream of hot water without needing a storage tank or large amount of space.

There is no one size fits all solution for water heaters in Mission Hills. Your plumber can help you explore the options, compare products, and select the ideal type and right size unit for your home. Whether you are buying a tank or tankless water heater, it is important to make sure the model you choose has the capacity needed to meet your hot water demand. 

Free Estimates for New Water Heaters 

When you have a problem with your water heater, we can send a qualified plumber to assess the problem and provide honest recommendations and straightforward pricing. If it is time for replacement, we can guide you through the process of finding the best unit for your home and provide free estimates for water heaters in Mission Hills. 

Contact us today at (888) 802-6007 for expert water heater repair and replacement. 

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