Santa Clara Water Heater Repair & Replacement
Proudly Serving Santa Clara County Since 2005
For second-to-none water heater repair and replacement services in Santa Clara, look no further than Smart Plumbers & Rooters. Since opening our doors nearly 20 years ago, we have remained committed to delivering the highest quality plumbing services and solutions to the residents and business owners of our community. Whether you need routine water heater maintenance, a brand-new installation, or an emergency repair, our licensed and insured plumbers are here to help. We use state-of-the-art tools and technologies to service and install all makes and models of water heater equipment, including tankless water heaters.
When you want the job done right, turn to Smart Plumbers & Rooters. We adhere to the highest standards for workmanship to ensure exceptional results every time.
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How to Flush Your Water Heater
Over time, sediment and minerals can accumulate in your water heater, reducing its efficiency and potentially causing damage to your water heater. Flushing your water heater out once a year can help to remove these deposits and keep your unit running smoothly. While hiring a professional to flush your water heater typically yields the best results, you can do this process on your own. All you need is a hose, a bucket, and some free time.
Below is the step-by-step process for flushing your water heater:
- Turn off the power or gas supply to your water heater and allow it to cool for several hours.
- Shut off the cold water supply valve to the water heater.
- Connect a garden hose to the drain valve located near the bottom of the storage tank. Make sure the other end of the hose is in a safe location where water can be drained out without causing any damage.
- Open the pressure relief and drain valves to drain the tank.
- Once all the water has drained, turn on the cold water supply valve and allow the water to run for a few minutes to flush out any remaining sediment.
- Close the drain and pressure relief valves and allow the tank to fill with water once again.
- Once the tank is full, turn on the power or gas supply to the water heater and wait for it to heat up again.
If you’re not comfortable doing this yourself, contact Smart Plumbers & Rooters to perform the service for you. We are familiar with all makes and models of equipment and always get the job done safely and correctly.
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“I was very impressed by the quality of the work and would recommend anyone to use their services.” - Miriam H.
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“They were on time, completed the jobs in the estimated time frame, cleaned up after the work was done, tested all the new lines for leaks, and provided a video of the work.” - Bryan L.
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Benefits of Upgrading to a Tankless Water Heater
If you’re in the market for a new water heater, you might want to consider a tankless model. Many homeowners are making the switch to tankless water heaters due to the many benefits they provide. Unlike traditional water heaters (which store heated water in a tank), tankless water heaters heat your water on demand, providing a constant supply of hot water without the need for a large storage tank. This can lead to significant energy savings, as tankless heaters only heat the water when you need it, eliminating the standby heat loss associated with traditional units.
Additionally, because tankless units are smaller and more compact than traditional units, they can be mounted on a wall, freeing up valuable space in your home. Finally, tankless units have a longer lifespan than traditional units, with an average life expectancy of 20 years (compared to 10 – 15 years for traditional units), which can provide additional cost savings over time.
Considering a tankless water heater? Smart Plumbers & Rooters has access to top-performing, energy-efficient water heating equipment. We work closely with you to understand your goals before selecting and installing the perfect system for your home.
Call Smart Plumbers & Rooters Today!
With decades of service experience, there is truly no job too big or too small for our residential and commercial plumbers to take on. Turn to us for water heater services in Santa Clara and rest assured we always get the job done right!
Call (408) 638-6762 or contact us online to request a free service estimate.