Stockton Water Heater
Repair & Installation



Water Heater Maintenance starting at $99

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Our water heater repair company in Stockton is always after two things: quality repairs and customer service. To ensure we provide quality water heater repair, our team undergoes yearly retraining programs to improve our current skill sets. By training our contractors, we ensure the most current water heater services are made available to our clients.

Continuous training and improvement are the secrets behind our quality water heater repair services in Stockton, California. So, if you’re experiencing a water heater that won’t turn on or if you can’t fix the water heater on your own, we are at your service.

When you hear water noises, see a leak, or suffer from a water heater that has no hot water, leave the repairs to us. And if it’s time to install a new model, we can do the installation for you, too. We’ll help you choose the water heater model that suits your budget and needs. In terms of water heater parts, we only work with high-quality ones.

So, instead of DIYing your water heater repair, let us do the work.

Common Water Heater Services

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Your 24hr Water Heater Repair Specialists

From fixing water heater is leaks, odd water heater noises, or full water heater replacements, we have you covered. Our water heater company in Stockton guarantees you quality service, on time, and within budget. 

First, we’re certified and licensed water heater specialists. We never misdiagnose a problem and/or provide clients with unnecessary or incorrect services. Hot water has been the core of our company since we started. Simply put, we know everything water heater repairs.

Second, we offer 24-hour emergency water heater repair services with our very own warehouse stocked with commercial-grade replacement parts and full replacement hot water heaters. This allows us to provide you extremely fast service. By staying up to date with the many exciting innovations in the industry, we are able to help both homeowners and commercial property owners maximize their water heaters efficiently, from residential & commercial water heaters to electric & gas water heaters, to tank and tankless water heaters.

Finally, we are devoted to providing customers with world-class customer service. We understand that the technical work involved in our job is vital; if we miss out on a single detail, we can easily compromise the quality of our work. For this reason, we are very meticulous with our projects. Our team of plumbing specialists are trained and well-equipped to handle even the biggest plumbing-related projects on time and within your budget.

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A perfectly working water heater doesn’t release rust or smelly water nor does it make noises. Otherwise, your trusted water heater may be at its last leg of life. Paying attention to your water heater’s current state can help you and our team determine the problem before it becomes bigger.

Even though replacement may be a better option in most cases, our team will never suggest a complete replacement job unless it is necessary. We prefer to repair first before replacement.

Our most common water heater repair services include the following:

  • Hot and cold flex lines
  • Replacement of gas flex lines
  • Water pressure issues
  • Draining and flushing water heaters
  • Pressure relief valves
  • Electric element overhauls

How much does water heater repair & maintenance typically cost?
While the cost will vary depending on the type of repair done, ranging from $75 to over $450, you may be in luck if you have a newer water heater, or one that is still under warranty. More than often newer water heaters just need a simple part adjustment for the unit to begin working again properly. If your water heater does in fact need replacing, your active warranty may cover the cost for you.

We service virtually any type of water heater. From electric to solar to gas to tankless, and even RV water heaters. Trust our licensed technicians to give you the most effective solution to repair your water heater to its optimal condition.

Like many things in life, an early diagnostic can save you. Routine preventative maintenance could save you unnecessary water heater repair costs and will drastically extend the life of your water heater.


Not everyone has the time or skills to install their new water heaters. While you love the idea of trying to DIY this home improvement job, a DIY water heater installation isn’t going to happen. Apart from you may not have the time, doing the installation yourself may also cause injuries.

Our contractors can help you with both traditional and tankless options. We install electric water heaters, gas water heaters and more. Whether you need a simple installation or are working in a new construction, our independent service providers have the tools and skills you need. We provide different water heater parts and ensure that your installation runs smoothly.

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When your current water heater is in need of replacement, finding a new one your first step. The search for a new water heater can be challenging, especially for the homeowner or business owner who is pressed for time.

Here at our water heater company in Stockton, we don’t just help you with the installation; we can help you buy the right water heater, as well. When you buy a water heater through our company, you’re sure to purchase a high quality heater that guarantees better water quality. We offer you top quality water heaters that reduce the need for repairs, save you from higher energy costs and guarantee a longer lifespan.

Once you’ve selected a unit, we do the installation for you. Apart from that, you also receive a labor warranty, which ensures continuous care for your water heater.



  • Gas Water Heaters
  • Electric Water Heaters
  • Solar Water Heaters
  • Geothermal Water Heaters


  • Traditional Tank Water Heaters (cost-effective)
  • Tankless Water Heaters (space-saving)


  • Rheem
  • Bradford White
  • A.O. Smith
  • Kenmore
  • American Standard
  • Bosch
  • Rinnai
  • Whirlpool

We don’t just install water heaters for residential clients. Our goal is to simplify the installation and maintenance of your commercial water heater system, too. You have one less thing to worry about with our quick turnaround times and affordable water heater services. 

Unlike residential water heaters, commercial water heater issues can be difficult to recognize or address. They often require larger additional accessories. On some occasions, you’ll need custom recirculation pumps. Fortunately, our team is familiar with all of these needs. We possess specialized knowledge for commercial water heater repair, installation and maintenance.

Whether you need a simple installation or a complex repair, our team can get your system up and running in no time.


Frequently Asked Questions

Common Water Heater Service Questions We Hear

How Do I Know If I Need a New Water Heater?

Even the best water heater model experiences wear and tear, with modern water heaters built to last 15-20 years with proper ongoing maintenance. Eventually, your current model will give up on you. But how will you know?

There are several signs that can give you an idea that it’s time to upgrade to a new water heater.

If your water heater doesn’t give a steady supply of hot water after routine maintenance, you probably need a new one. If the water quality is poor, you need a new one. If your water heater quickly runs out of hot water, you definitely need a new one. Also, leaking around your water heater tank (after constant repair) is a sure sign that your water heater needs replacement.

Should I DIY My Water Heater Installation?

You may have seen YouTube videos on how to install a water heater yourself. These videos often make it seem as if a DIY installation is “easy-peasy.” On the contrary, if you don’t have the skills or tools to install a water heater, it’s best not to touch any water heater — especially the ones fueled by natural gas. If your new water heater requires hooking up gas lines, get in touch with our professionals instead.

Our water heater experts have a special certification that enables us to safely install your new water heater. With us, you don’t have to worry about gas leaks causing your family to be sick due to carbon monoxide poisoning. You need not worry about house fires also! Plus, improperly installed electric water heaters can cause leaks, which result in water damage and mold growth.

What Water Heater Brand Should I Choose?

While there is no perfect type of water heater, both tankless and traditional water heaters present a certain set of pros and cons — depending on your needs. Tankless water heaters are more expensive but are less prone to breakdowns. Traditional models, on the other hand, are more affordable and easier to repair compared to tankless models.

Your choice depends on what you need. It’s best to consult with an expert first before you shop for a water heater.

Water heaters are very useful but along the way, they will experience wear and tear, which eventually leads to malfunctions. Always do your research to make sure your water heater is always in good condition. If you have more questions about your water heater or need professional services, call our water heater repair company in Stockton today.

What to Consider Before Buying a New Water Heater?

Start with the energy source available in your home of building.

Most water heaters typically are powered by electricity or gas. Most people prefer to buy a new model that has the same fuel source as their current one so they don’t have to establish access to an electrical outlet or a gas line. 

Secondly, consider the capacity of the water heater. How much hot water do you need at one time? Most residential water heater tanks hold between 30 and 80 gallons.

If you’re living alone, water heaters with smaller capacities are perfect for you. But if you have a big family or a deep big tub that needs plenty of water, get a larger capacity model. You can also choose a tankless water heater so that you can heat water on demand.



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