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San Marcos Water Heater Services

Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air Is Here to Keep Your Water Warm!

If you have ever woken up to a freezing cold shower, don’t worry, help is on the way! Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air provides San Marcos water heater services that are efficient and affordable. Whether you are looking to repair, replace, or install a water heater in San Marcos, our experienced plumbers have what you need to keep your equipment functioning at peak performance for years to come. We offer state-the-art equipment that is extremely energy-efficient, so you end up paying less in operating costs over time. And with the latest tools and technology on the market, our water heater techs always have what it takes to improve hot water availability in your home.

As part of our cutting-edge service options, we also offer repairs, maintenance, and installation for tankless water heaters in San Marcos. If you live on an extremely large property and are always running out of hot water, or have a big family and find that all the hot water is used up by the time you go to take a shower, upgrading to tankless may be the best option for you. Call today to replace your water heater in San Marcos with a top-of-the-line tankless model, and make sure you always get hot water on-demand!

Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air is proud to offer service for:

  • Tankless heaters
  • Solar-powered systems
  • Propane and natural gas connections
  • Recirculation pumps
  • High-efficiency systems
  • Instant hot water faucets
  • Water heater repair
  • And more!

For more water heater info, dial (866) 374-0402 now.

When Should I Call for a Water Heater Repair?

When your water heater is working well, you probably don’t think it very often. However, it also probably won’t take you long to notice when your unit has a problem. Fortunately, we offer San Marcos water heater repair services that are fast and comprehensive. We know how to address a full range of water heater issues, for a variety of industry-leading systems.

You may want to call for a water heater repair if:

  • There is standing water around the base of your water heater
  • Your water heater is making a strange knocking sound
  • Your water heater pilot light keeps going out
  • Your water temperature constantly fluctuates between hot and cold
  • Your water heater often shuts off without warning
  • Your water heater consistently fails to work

Remember, if you are always paying for water heater repairs, it may be more cost-effective to simply upgrade to a new unit. Even the best water heaters only tend to last 8-12 years, and with our many advanced water heater options, including the latest tankless systems, you will be able to enjoy fewer repairs and more consistent hot water anyway.

Water Heater Service Whenever You Need It

Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air is thrilled to be able to offer 24/7 emergency plumbing and water heater repairs, so you never have to worry about water heater problems for long. And with affordable financing options and available specials and coupons, there’s never a reason not to call for San Marcos water heater repairs, replacements, and maintenance. Contact us today, and discover why customers have been coming back to Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air since 1978.

Call (866) 374-0402 to schedule an appointment or click here to request service online.

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Got Clay Pipes?
    Clay is one of the most ancient piping materials and was the material of choice for a lot of sewers by the 1880s-1900s. Believe it or not, we still see them today here in San Diego. If you have clay piping, we would most likely recommend a complete replacement when failures begin to occur. The most common reasons for sewer line stoppages with clay lines include offsets at connections and breaking or shattered pipe due to tree roots and ground settling. The expected lifespan of clay sewer lines is about 30 years. Typically, clay pipe lasts a long time, but problems will start at the connections due to ground settling or tree roots. Clay is susceptible to breaking when stressed from tree roots. I am sure you can visualize how it can suddenly break, just like a clay flower pot might if you put too much pressure on it!
    Miguel, Sewer Replacement Specialist
  • Cast Iron Pipes
    Cast iron pipes have been manufactured and used in the United States since the early 1800’s. The first usage was for water distribution, but eventually expanded to wastewater disposal. It is naturally porous and over time as it rusts and erodes. It becomes even more porous which causes material to build up inside the pipe, which can lead to stoppages. Or the bottom of the pipe can actually erode due to use and caustic drain cleaning chemicals used through the years. The average life span of cast iron sewer lines before you start to encounter recurring problems is about 30 years. If problems start to occur around 30 years, it's more than likely time to replace.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Does Your Sewer Pipe Have a Paunch?
    As a drain specialist, I can promise a sewage backup is almost always caused by some kind of problem with the pipe. A common cause for sewer backup is a belly in the pipe. Bellies tend to worsen over time (but sometimes very quickly) due to leakage at misaligned connections that erode the pipe bedding. Waste and paper will collect in the pool and build up, creating a dam which will lead to continual stoppages. Most of the material in a sewer line can be removed when we clean the main line, but it will build right back up. Water will continue to leak out of the bad connections, further eroding the bedding of the pipe and the belly will continue to worsen. This can progress from pipe belly to collapse.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • How Tree Roots Invade Pipes
    A very common reason for stoppages are tree roots. Tree roots typically enter a pipe through a bad connection. They can’t enter a sewer system that is constructed properly. Roots should never be present. Roots quickly become established and as they grow, they further damage the connection – kind of like a tree sapling that grows through a crack in a sidewalk. If left alone for just a few months, it will cause the sidewalk to crack. That is what happens with tree roots and sewer lines.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • When to Replace Heating & Air Conditioning System
    A common question I get asked is, “When do I need to replace my furnace or air conditioner?" Actually, you can keep repairing virtually forever, but this is not necessarily cost effective. A good rule of thumb is: Replace when your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old, and your furnace when it is 15 years old (or repair costs start to exceed the value of unit). Heating and cooling equipment has become MUCH more efficient in recent years. Replacement of older, less efficient systems should absolutely be considered now based on current financing options, tax benefits, municipality rebates and low-interest rates. You should consider replacement if you have any of these concerns: System needs expensive repairs, the utility bill is too high, rooms are too hot or too cold, you have humidity problems, your home has excessive dust, or the system is too noisy.
    Mary Jean, President
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