Stockton, CA Water Heater Replacement by Lovotti Air

Like everything else in this world, your water heater will eventually break down permanently and need to be replaced. When that time comes, all you have to do is call Lovotti Air for high quality water heater replacement in Stockton, CA. Our expert plumbers and water heater replacement technicians can work on all types of water heaters including tankless, solar, hybrid, heat pump and standard tank models. If you’re not sure which type or size of water heater is right of your home, don’t worry. We can help you replace your water heater and find the perfect system for your home. Call us today to learn more and to talk with one of our Stockton water heater replacement experts about any questions that you might have.

Call Lovotti Air today for professional water heater replacement service throughout the Stockton, CA area.

Signs You Need Water Heater Replacement in Stockton, CA

If you’re like most homeowners then you probably don’t spend a lot of time worrying about the condition of your water heater. However, there are some problems that you should keep an eye and ear out for that signal that your water heater needs to be replaced. Here are a few of them. Don’t hesitate to call us here at Lovotti Air if you’re having any problems with your system. We can talk with you about whether or not replacement is a good idea or if repairs are sufficient for now. You can expect outstanding service when you call a member of our team to replace a water heater.

  • Rust – Water and metal don’t mix. There needs to be something to protect your water heater from rust. Inside your water heater is something called an anode rod (also called a sacrificial rod). This rod absorbs all of the small electrical currents in the water so that they don’t cause rust in your water heater. But if the rod isn’t replaced once it’s completely gone, the inside of your water heater will start to rust. When that happens, repair is usually out of the question and replacement is required.

  • Frequent repair – If your water heater starts to break down all the time, it might make a lot of financial sense to just replace it instead of repairing it.

  • Inefficiency – Your water heater is already one of the largest consumers of energy in your home. If you see unexplained increases in your energy bill, it might time to have your water heater looked at and possibly replaced.

  • Not enough hot water – Are you running out of hot water in the middle of your shower? It could be that your water heater is too small. Obviously, there’s no repair that our Stockton water heater replacement technicians can perform to fix this issue and replacing your water heater is likely what needs to happen.

How to Pick a Replacement Water Heater in Stockton, CA

There are a lot of different kinds of water heaters on the market these days. At Lovotti Air, our water heater replacement experts can install and replace any type or brand of water heater that you want. We thought it would be good to put a short list together of some of the options on the market. Call us if you have any questions or concerns and one of our friendly Stockton water heater replacement specialists can help.

  • Tank water heaters – The old work horse of the home. This is by–far the most common water heater around. It holds a large store of water in a tank and constantly heats it so that there is always plenty of hot water available.

  • Tankless water heaters – Also called on demand water heaters, these systems avoid the energy loss associated with tank water heaters by rapidly heating large quantities of water only when you turn on your hot water tap.

  • Heat pump water heaters – Like a heat pump that heats and cools your home, a heat pump water heater absorbs ambient heat in the air around it to heat your water.

  • Hybrid water heaters – These types of water heaters are a combination of heat pump water heaters and electric water heaters. When there isn’t enough ambient heat in the air, the hybrid will activate the electric water heater so that it can continue to provide you with hot water.

  • Solar water heaters – There are a couple different types of solar water heaters on the market. Unlike solar panels that absorb sunlight, solar water heaters utilize heat from the sun. So even if the sun isn’t shining, solar water heaters can still provide hot water by absorbing heat from the sun.



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