Water Heater Installation & Repair


When you turn on your faucet and expect hot water to flow in just a moment or two, it can be quite the shock when the stream just stays cold. If you have recently discovered that your hot water heater is no longer working, you’ll want to address this problem right away. With the team at Kurt Bohmer Plumbing on your side, you can make quick work of this issue. We are the best option for water heater repair available, so give us a call right away to get started!

Taking a Closer Look

If your water heater is not working, you may not know whether a repair is going to be possible. That’s okay! We will be happy to take a look at the heater and determine the best course of action to move forward. Some circumstances will dictate that the entire heater needs to be replaced, while on other occasions just a small repair will be required. The only way to know for sure is to have us take a look, so don’t wait any longer to get in touch.

A Couple of Options

If it turns out that your water heater can’t be repaired, you’ll need to pick out a new one. There are two main categories of water heaters that you can pick from for a residential application—a tank-type water heater, and a tankless model. The tank style is the traditional option, and it features a large tank of around 50 gallons of water that is kept hot and ready for you to use. If the water heater you are replacing is an old one, it’s almost certainly a tank-type heater.

The alternative is a tankless water heater, and there are a couple of major selling points for this option. For one thing, a tankless water heater doesn’t run out of hot water because it is continually producing more as you use it unlike a tank, which will gradually run out of hot water supply until you give it a chance to recover. Also, tankless water heaters typically use less energy, and they take up less space in your garage (or other space).

An Experienced Partner

Don’t be stressed by the need for a new hot water heater or even a water heater repair—just contact Kurt Bohmer Plumbing Inc. and let us come to your aid. We serve residents in the Santa Clarita Valley, Antelope Valley, San Fernando Valley, and beyond, so simply give us a call and we’ll take it from there. We are excited to serve you!

Your Go-To Water Heater Company

Kurt Bohmer's Plumbing is continually training employees so our clients will benefit from the best products on the market. Because each situation is different and every customer is important, Kurt Bohmer's Plumbing will offer the best solution for you. Building codes change, safety regulations are modified, water heater designs come and go; we install all of our water heaters up to current code.

Knowing all about water heaters, codes and your safety allows Kurt Bohmer's Plumbing to do the job correctly, the first time. You can contact us at 661-251-5915 to schedule an appointment today.

Hot Water Heater Shutdown Instructions:

Gas: Twist the dial on the top of the thermostat from the ON to the OFF position. Electric: Switch the circuit breaker for the water heater to the OFF position.
Turn the handle on the water valve CLOCKWISE until it stops. If the water does not stop, turn off the main water valve for the entire house.
Attach a hose to the drain valve at the bottom of the tank. Run the other end of the hose to a lower place where you can drain rusty, hot water without causing damage. Open a hot water faucet in the house to let air into the tank.
Flip handle so it is sticking straight out or up. (CAUTION: Scalding hot water).
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