Most hot water tanks last around 10 years. If your system is getting older and is showing signs of breaking down, our knowledgeable plumbers will provide honest advice about whether it can be repaired, or whether it needs to be replaced. We will also provide information about waterless tanks vs. traditional water tanks and which would best suit your household needs.
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They came out on the Friday before a holiday weekend. They even came back the following day to finish up the job. They did not gouge their prices either for the holiday (sort of) service. Nick and Will were professional, polite and explained everything clearly. They even offered other services but did not "hard sell" us. They did an amazing job and I will be calling on them again. I also will recommend them to anyone needing plumbing service.Amanda O.
These guys are great! Very conscientious. I always worry about plumbers, because you never know if they are trying to charge you more for things you don’t need. We had a toilet that had a blockage that couldn’t be snaked with a normal snake. They went and got a seven foot snake and were able to clear the line. Total price? 59.00! Wow! I thought it would cost more, especially since today is a holiday. Thanks!!! Customer for life!Laura K.
I have Jason in my house this afternoon, at 100°F hot summer, spent 3 hours, finished cleaning our kitchen drain system. Great work and great attitude. I am very happy about the service. Will recommend All City Plumbing to all my friends.J.F.
Gio came to my family's house for some plumbing issues they were having .. he treated my family with the utmost respect and answered all questions we had .. I highly recommend all city plumbing and Gio for any of your plumbing needs.Megan C.
Great service from employee, Shann C. Have used him for years when he was w/a different company. He's very good, trustworthy & caring & this 84 yr. old widow lady is very appreciative. I will always ask for Shann when I need All City Plumbing services.Doris M.
Nick the plumber is a straight shooter...honest, professional, and 100 percent customer service oriented. He quoted me a great price and will never use a different company. Work completed: replaced main water line, installed clean-out in main sewer line, water filtration system, and sleeve inside main sewer line, plus many other improvements. Beyond satisfied and most certainly you will be, too.Anthony A.
If you need to replace your hot water heater, consider installing a tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters are growing in popularity for the following reasons:
- Easy access to hot water immediately and unlimited supply.
- Smaller and more portable (roughly the size of a suitcase).
- Lasts 10 years longer than traditional hot water tanks.
- Energy savings of up to 25%.
There are pros and cons of going tankless depending on your personal situation. Speak to one of our knowledgeable plumbing specialists to assess your suitability.
Call All City Plumbers at (909) 552-7550 to see how we can help you with water heater repairs and installation.
Signs You Need to Replace Your Water Heater
- Leaking. An older tank may develop a tiny leak or fracture in the tank. If so, water will seep out during heating. Double-check to ensure that there are no leaks developing from the connections to the tank.
- Age. Most water heaters last up to 10 years. If yours is over a decade old, it may be near the end of its product lifespan. The old adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” rings true here as dealing with water tank failure (i.e. massive leaks) may be much worse than simply replacing it before major problems arise.
- A noisy tank. Over time, your water heater develops a layer of sediment at the bottom of the tank. Due to the heat-and-cooling cycles, the sediment hardens making your water tank less energy-efficient as it requires more energy to heat.
- Rust. If water comes out rusty from the heating side, your tank may have rust on the inside of the tank — a sure-sign that your water heater is about to break down. Rust may also come from galvanized piping. To determine whether rust is coming from your water heater or pipes, drain several buckets of water from the hot water side. After 3 or 4 buckets, if the water is still rusty, it's a good indicator the rust is coming from the water heater (not the pipes) and needs to be replaced.