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Rocket Plumbing repairs water heaters all over West Los Angeles and Santa Monica. Call now if your day finds you confronted with the unwanted surprise of a leaking water heater or an inexplicable bone jarring cold shower. We specialize in same-day service (ask about our plumber coupon special). Our hours are 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday.
The California Plumbing Company You Can Count On! We Are The Emergency Plumber You Will Be Satisfied With!
Plumbing emergencies can be a distressful task to handle, not to mention costly . At Rocket Plumbing, we understand the stress you face when your home is suddenly flooded with water, or your plumbing-related components aren’t functioning properly. Unfortunately, when you find yourself knee-deep in a plumbing emergency, the majority of plumbing companies and handymen will charge you an exorbitant amount of money for a last-minute emergency call. Don’t wait, contact Rocket Plumbing.
No matter when your emergency strikes, our informative representatives are ready to answer your phone call. We will happily setup your appointment with one of our expertly trained, certified technicians in a time-frame that meets your needs. Whether your emergency is after-hours or on the weekend, we will arrive on-time in a fully stocked vehicle prepared to effectively repair many types of plumbing emergencies in one trip.
While the cost of a new water heater can vary depending on several factors such as the type of water heater, its capacity, and its energy efficiency rating, the average cost for a new water heater typically ranges from $500 to $1500. The cost of installation may also need to be considered, which can add an additional $500 to $1000. It’s important to consider factors such as energy efficiency and the size of your household when choosing a new water heater to ensure that you are selecting the best option for your needs and budget. Consulting with a professional plumber can also help you make an informed decision and provide a more accurate cost estimate.
Request a free estimate by either calling our friendly dispatch center, open 24 hours at (310) 620-1675, or complete our short quote request form to have one of our estimators contact you to schedule a time to survey the Water Heater Service job.
Our professionals will show up on the scheduled date and time to complete your Water Heater Service job, clean up , and leave the repair area looking great with a brand new water heater in place!
As a homeowner in California, you rely on your water heater to provide you with hot water for various household tasks. If you’re experiencing issues with your water heater or need maintenance services, our plumbing company is here to help. Below are some frequently asked questions about water heater services.
A: Signs that your water heater may need repair include insufficient hot water, rust-colored water, unusual noises, and leaks.
A: Common water heater issues that require repair include faulty thermostats, heating elements, and pressure relief valves, as well as sediment buildup and leaks.
A: It’s recommended to have your water heater serviced annually to ensure its longevity and efficiency. Regular maintenance can also prevent costly repairs down the line.
A: Water heater maintenance services can help increase the efficiency and lifespan of your water heater, improve water quality, and reduce the risk of costly repairs.
A: If your water heater is more than 10 years old or has a significant issue, it may be more cost-effective to replace it. Our plumbing company can help you determine the best course of action.
A: The length of time it takes to repair your water heater depends on the extent of the damage and the type of repair needed. Minor repairs can often be completed in a few hours, while major repairs or replacements may take several days.
A: It’s recommended to have a licensed plumber install your new water heater to ensure it’s done correctly and to prevent potential safety hazards.
A: You can increase the lifespan of your water heater by scheduling regular maintenance services, flushing it regularly to remove sediment buildup, and avoiding placing excessive strain on it.