Water Heater Replacement

Finding a reliable water heater replacement plumber is important so you know you are getting a safe and reliable installation of your new water heater. Let Gardner Plumbing be your first call when you decide it’s time for a new water heater replacement.

Water Heater Replacement

Even the best water heater will eventually run out of steam and need to be replaced. When it comes time for water heater replacement, you could go purchase a new one from your local Home Depot or Lowes, but then you have to install it yourself and that is easier said than done. While the steps are fairly straight forward, as a water heater replacement plumber we know that unpleasant surprises can cause the task to get away from you.

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You Have Options When You Need a Water Heater Replacement Plumber

It’s important to know that there are different types of hot water heaters. Our Corona water heater replacement plumbers are experienced with all types, and we want you to choose the best option for your needs. We will gladly consult with you to help you determine what that option should be. We will then help you with the replacement work and get you back to comfortable, warm water sooner.


Electric Water Heaters

The name really explains it all. Electric water heaters use electricity to heat the water. Although they tend to be priced a little higher than a comparable gas water heater, they work just as well and don’t require running a gas line to function. All in all, they work just as well as other options.

Benefits of an Electric Water Heater

  • Many people appreciate the more environmentally friendly option that electric water heaters provide.
  • When paired with a water softener, an electric water heater can last a very long time.
  • Electric water heaters work for even the largest families, with tank capacities up to 80 gallons available.
  • An electric water heater is easily maintained.

There are some potential drawbacks to an electric water heater. The do tend to be slower at heating water than a gas water heater. They are also larger than a tankless water heater, so they take up more space. Still, a tankless water heater can be the perfect solution for you.

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters may not be as common as the more traditional tank style water heater, but they have quickly become an ideal option for more energy conscious homeowners. In reality, the first version of a tankless water heater was developed in 1927, but it’s only been in the past few decades that they have become relatively mainstream.

A tankless water is known for its on-demand water, meaning you don’t have to wait for it to heat up the water before it delivers the water to your faucet. As the name suggests, these water heaters do not have traditional tanks. They instead have the ability to instantly heat the water right before producing it to the end point such as your faucet or shower head.

Because of the nature of its design, having proper tankless water heater replacement plumbers do the installation is usually best. If done incorrectly it likely won’t work properly, and in the worst cases you can damage or ruin your new purchase.   

Our water heater replacement plumbers are all properly equipped and highly trained in how to install this type of water heater. We know this is a significant purchase, and we will always honor your money and trust by doing a professional, safe water heater replacement job.

Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater

  • They are environmentally friendly.
  • They are safer than traditional tank-style water heaters.
  • They are small and do not take up much space.
  • They are much more energy efficient.
  • They are fast and reliable.
  • They can last a long time when properly cared for.
  • They can be installed in multiple rooms to spread out the workload.

There are really no drawbacks to a tankless water heater. When you decide to go this route, you may need to make some minor adjustments to the plumbing in your home. Fortunately, as an experienced water heater replacement plumber, Gardner Plumbing knows how to handle this job for a fair and affordable price.

Gas Water Heaters

A gas water heater is perhaps the most commonly used water heater for most of the United States. Even in Southern California, these are what you will likely find in most homes. There are a variety of designs and models, but they all work about the same.

Benefits of Gas Water Heater

  • They are familiar and most people know how to use them.
  • They are affordable when properly maintained.
  • They do not require electricity to get the job done.
  • They can be efficient well properly maintained.
  • They are ideal for larger families and places with high demand.

An obvious drawback to the conventional storage gas water heater is that it always keeps water hot, even if you are on vacation or in the hospital. That means because it is always running, it will cost you money even when you do not actually need it. This can clearly a waste of money. Their affordability when compared to other types of water heaters offsets that wasted money for some people. Our water heater replacement plumbers can help you decide if this is the right type of water heater for you.

Our specialty is getting your hot water back!

We all need hot water for not just comfort, but also for sanitation and health. When your water starts running cold, our hot water heater repair plumbers will answer the call and warm things up again.