Water Heater Repair
Water Heater Repair Orange County
Before you shell out hundreds of dollars for a storage-tank heater or thousands for a tankless or solar model, see whether your old water heater can be fixed. A corroded storage-tank model is history. But a leaky drain or pressure-relief valve or a burned-out heating element can often be fixed. Rule of thumb: Consider a repair labor cost or check a left in the warranty. Otherwise, buy a new one, especially if the warranty ...has run out. Positive Plumbing effectively replaces, and disposes of old hot water heaters in the greater Orange County area homes and commercial businesses. We recommend the latest energy-efficient water heaters to consumers; using less energy, such heaters and boilers give savings on utility bills, provide maximum safety, and protect the environment. We service the following water heater types:
Gas Water Heaters
Electric Water Heaters
Tankless Water Heaters
Power Vent Water Heaters
Residential Water Heaters
Commercial Water Heaters
Our expert plumbers are experienced and trained to troubleshoot water heater difficulties and to understand when a new water heater is necessary; a typical water heater installation takes between two and four hours. Don’t install yourself; trust your water heater to our plumbers. Just CALL US, take a look of one of our previous jobs.
Sewer problems are never convenient!
A mainline stoppage will never wait for the "right" time.
Whether you have...
*a mainline stoppage
*a broken sewer pipe...
*a collapsed sewer
*roots in your sewer line
we have all the state of the art equipment to ensure that the real issue is properly diagnosed in a time efficient manner. We offer warranties that are unmatched in our industry!
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You may not realize it, but your plumbing system gets more of a workout during the summer than any other time of year. Keeping your plumbing system in good shape will save you energy and money, too!
Pipe noises range from loud hammering sounds to high-pitched squeaks. The causes may be loose pipes, water logged air chambers, or water pressure that's too high. Anchoring exposed pipes is a simple solution; other remedies such as anchoring pipes concealed inside walls, floors or ceilings, may call for a professional.