Water Heater Repair


There are situations where it’s possible to save your water heater and have it repaired instead of fully replacing the unit.

It doesn’t matter if you’re running out of hot water fast, there’s water leaking around your heater, or you don’t have any hot water at all– all these scenarios require professional help from a Long Beach Water heater Repair Specialist.

Get in touch with our office to have one of our expert Long Beach Plumbers inspect your water heater and advise you on the best option.

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How It Works

It doesn’t matter if you’re using a traditional water heater, or a tankless system. It’s very important to keep it operating at top efficiency, and to make that happen, routine service maintenance should be carried out.

The good thing about routine maintenance is that it doesn’t cost a lot. In fact, it’s a great way to save money in the long run.

should you replace or repair your water heater?

Most of the time, it can be difficult to determine whether you should buy a new water heater or just have your existing one repaired. Traditional tank-style water heaters usually last for 7-10 years, while a tankless water heater could last for up to two decades.

If you think that your water heater is near its typical lifespan, then it’s highly advisable to invest in a new model. On the other hand, if certain parts are only worn out, then better have it repaired.

How Often Should A Water Heater Be Maintenanced?

Regular water heater maintenance is very important to ensure that your water heater would run smoothly and for you to avoid emergency repairs. Routine tune-ups and maintenance services are advisable to ensure that your water heater would be able to provide hot water at all times.

Through this, sediments are flushed, the controls and thermostat are checked, and any hidden warning signs are assessed by one of our professional Long Beach, CA Water Heater Repair personnel.

What Are Some Warning Signs To Look Out For?

To ensure that your water heater would run efficiently, it’s very important to familiarize yourself with the common warning signs and here are some of those:

Hot Water Runs Out Faster Than Before

The Temperature Keeps On Changing

This implies that there’s a problem with your water heater and should be repaired soon.

Water Discoloration

Although this isn’t a common problem, once you that the color of your water changes, or there’s an unusual odor, better call a professional.

What Are The Benefits Of Having Your Water Heater Maintained?

  • It detects problems early, preventing it from getting worse.
  • Ensure that your water heater works properly, extending its life.
  • Waiting for your water to fail before having it repaired would call for emergency repairs, which is usually more expensive.
  • Early detection could help you avoid serious damage.


Happy Customsers

Had two recent plumbing issues to address … John Littrell from A1 best plumbing was prompt, efficient, helpful, and took care of both issues quickly and effectively.  

Very positive experience both times.


Tracy is awesome! He came out and fixed everything! He showed me the old parts and explained why they weren’t working, he snaked the pipes, and repaired both under the sink and the handles in the tub where they were leaking.

He even called later that night to make sure everything was perfect. Our place is over 50 years old and the plumbing is quite old and outdated.  I was very impressed and will be calling them again….hard to find a good plumber. Prices were fair. 
A definite 5 star!!!


Toilet started leaking around 10:30pm, and we needed service quickly before the sub-flooring got damaged.  

Tracy from A1 was quick to respond to our call, and was able to provide a solution within minutes.

Tracy was on-time, professional, and did what he said he was going to do.

Price was fair considering it was 11pm at night.

Thanks Tracy!


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