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Water Heaters in Calaveras County

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Aptera's professional, experienced pros can tackle any issue with your water heater in Calaveras County with quick repairs or replacement units. When your water goes cold, you see discolored water from the tap or hear clanking sounds from your heater, our experts are ready with same day water heater repair in Calaveras County for both businesses and homeowners. Get started now or read below to see what it takes to become an Aptera partner and learn more.

At one point or another, burned out elements, sediment buildup, faulty thermostats, defective thermocouple, blocked vents, dip tube damage or a broken pressure relief valve will have you calling a repairman. Proper care, maintenance and selecting the right unit for your property all help reduce these occurrences. Aptera phone screened professionals are trained for every type of repair needed for all major brands and are ready 7 days a week.

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Comparing Types of Water Heaters in Valley Springs, Mountain Ranch and Mokelumne Hill, CA

Recent changes in the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act have increased the energy efficiency standards for residential water heating with gas, oil or electricity—meaning new water heaters will produce hot water using fewer resources. In addition to improvements made to models with conventional water storage tanks, consumers also have solar-powered, tankless, and combination space heater/water heater models to consider.

Conventional Storage Tank Water Heaters

Conventional water heaters act as a holding tank for heated water. Cold water flows into the tank and is heated by the fuel source (usually gas or electric). The water sits in the tank where it is monitored by a thermostat and kept hot until there is a call for it from a connected tap.

ProsCons
  • Multiple fuel options
  • Initial purchase is affordable
  • Simple design is easy to repair or replace
  • Wasted energy due to standby heating
  • Storage tank can be large/bulky
  • Lifespan shorter than tankless heaters

Fuel Type and Energy Efficiency

Conventional water heaters are most often fueled by natural gas or electricity. Models that utilize natural gas are less expensive to operate. LP and oil-fueled models are also available. Conventional models must meet the new EF (Energy Factor) standard of .62 or above, depending on the tank size and fuel source.

On Demand/Tankless Water Heaters in Calaveras County

In a tankless unit, water is heated by electric coils or a gas burner as it moves through the heat exchanger.

ProsCons
  • Small size gives more installation options
  • Can last up to twice as long as a conventional model
  • Less wasted energy, only heating minimum amount of water necessary
  • Difficult to heat water for 3+ taps at once
  • Initial investment is higher than conventional models

Fuel Type and Energy Efficiency

Tankless models, like their traditional counterpart, can be fueled by natural gas, LP gas, oil, or electric. These models have an EF standard of .82 or greater.

Solar Water Heater

Using the sun’s natural rays absorbed by roof mounted panels as a power source, solar water heaters in Calaveras County are the most environmentally friendly option available. Electricity from the power grid acts as a back-up so you never go without hot water.

solar water heater diagram
ProsCons
  • Free to operate, weather permitting
  • Gas or electric is used less often to heat water (backup only), resulting in lower bills
  • Most expensive upfront costs
  • Repairs and maintenance for “extra” parts could be costly

Fuel Type and Energy Efficiency

The SEF (Solar Energy Factor) standard is equal to or greater than 1.2 for a natural gas backup unit, 1.8 for an electric backup unit.

Coil Space Heater/Water Heater Combinations

Combination units use the heat produced by the home’s space heating system and a heat exchanger to produce hot water. Hot water is stored in a tank until there is a call from the tap.

ProsCons
    High efficiency units could lower monthly bills Multiple fuel options
  • Installation is lengthier/more complicated
  • Retrofitting could be costly

Fuel Type and Energy Efficiency

Working in combination with your home’s heating space heating source, both units utilize the same fuel. The EF standards are similar to traditional tank units; however, because most combination heaters are high-efficiency they will likely exceed the rated EF standards.

How To Get the Best Water Heater Contractor in Valley Springs, Mountain Ranch and Mokelumne Hill

When your home has no hot water, your instinct is to work with the contractor who can get to you the fastest. However, taking just a few minutes to find the pro who asks questions, listens to your answers and educates you on your options will save time, money and headaches.

corroded water heater

You Ask We Answer

How Often Do I Need Service?

Regular inspections and annual flushing can prevent sudden, costly repairs.

It is Making a Lot of Noise But is Still Functioning, Do I Need to Worry Right Now?

This is usually an indication of sediment in the water tank. While you may still have hot water, it is not running as efficiently as it could. Having the tank drained and serviced will improve efficiency and could extend the life of your heater.

Does a Leaking Water Heater Have to be Replaced?

Yes, in most cases a leaking tank means cannot be patched. If a loose fitting is causing the leak however, it might be repairable.

How Long Will My Water Heater Last?

Depending on the model, most will last between 6 and 15 years, though 20 years is not uncommon with regular maintenance and parts replacement.

What Does the Warranty Cover?

This varies by manufacturer, but typically the warranty includes all parts and labor to repair or replace defective parts for the first full year from the date of installation. After the first year, the warranty usually provides coverage for the replacement of defective parts, but does not pay for the labor associated with installing the parts.

Are You Insured?

Liability insurance and workers’ compensation policies protect you from financial obligations stemming from damages or injuries that may occur while a contractor is working on your project. Ask the contractor for a certificate of insurance with you listed as the additional insured (your contractor can obtain this from the insurance agency at no additional cost).

Is a Permit Required For a New Installation?

Yes you need a permit to ensure installation is up to the municipality’s building codes. Aptera installation experts will explain the permit process and obtain the proper permit for you.

Tips for Reducing Your Water Heating Costs

Monthly heating costs can vary greatly depending on the age and model of your water heater, the fuel source used and the amount of hot water you use each day. Reduce waste and your costs by following the guidelines below:

For more details on energy efficiency requirements go to the US Department of Energy www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/appliance_standards or the PHCC.

Calaveras County Cities Served

Water Heaters Valley Springs, CA

Gaspers Electric

Po Box 1030
Valley Springs, CA 95252

Valley Springs Water Heaters Costs:

Valley Springs water heater installation costs $1,021, water heater repair costs $598.

Water Heaters Mountain Ranch, CA

Mountain Ranch Water Heaters Costs:

Mountain Ranch water heater installation costs $1,092, water heater repair costs $640.

Water Heaters Mokelumne Hill, CA

Mokelumne Hill Water Heaters Costs:

Mokelumne Hill water heater installation costs $991, water heater repair costs $580.

Water Heaters Arnold, CA

Arnold Water Heaters Costs:

Arnold water heater installation costs $882, water heater repair costs $516.

Water Heaters Murphys, CA

Murphys Water Heaters Costs:

Murphys water heater installation costs $1,136, water heater repair costs $665.

Water Heaters Angels Camp, CA

Angels Camp Water Heaters Costs:

Angels Camp water heater installation costs $1,046, water heater repair costs $612.

Water Heaters San Andreas, CA

San Andreas Water Heaters Costs:

San Andreas water heater installation costs $860, water heater repair costs $504.

Water Heaters Copperopolis, CA

Copperopolis Water Heaters Costs:

Copperopolis water heater installation costs $981, water heater repair costs $574.

Water Heaters West Point, CA

West Point Water Heaters Costs:

West Point water heater installation costs $1,090, water heater repair costs $638.

Water Heaters Altaville, CA

Altaville Water Heaters Costs:

Altaville water heater installation costs $943, water heater repair costs $552.

Gaspers Electric

Po Box 1030
Valley Springs, CA 95252
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Calaveras County Water Heater Installation

Water Heater Installation in Calaveras County

Average Cost: $920
Starting At: $574

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Altaville $943$439$1,772
Angels Camp $1,046$450$1,630
Arnold $882$451$1,487
Avery $1,046$551$1,602
Burson $966$446$1,467
Campo Seco $1,135$550$1,595
Copperopolis $981$463$1,798
Glencoe $1,063$510$1,434
Hathaway Pines $928$582$1,336
Mokelumne Hill $991$582$1,460
Mountain Ranch $1,092$534$1,415
Murphys $1,136$556$1,752
San Andreas $860$442$1,679
Sheep Ranch $992$561$1,455
Vallecito $904$437$1,356
Valley Springs $1,021$512$1,334
Wallace $885$474$1,683
West Point $1,090$513$1,782
Wilseyville $1,006$555$1,505
Calaveras County Water Heater Repair

Water Heater Repair in Calaveras County

Average Cost: $539
Starting At: $158

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Altaville $552$121$1,316
Angels Camp $612$124$1,211
Arnold $516$124$1,105
Avery $613$151$1,190
Burson $565$123$1,089
Campo Seco $665$151$1,185
Copperopolis $574$127$1,335
Glencoe $622$140$1,065
Hathaway Pines $543$160$993
Mokelumne Hill $580$160$1,085
Mountain Ranch $640$147$1,051
Murphys $665$153$1,302
San Andreas $504$122$1,247
Sheep Ranch $581$154$1,081
Vallecito $529$120$1,008
Valley Springs $598$141$991
Wallace $518$130$1,250
West Point $638$141$1,324
Wilseyville $589$152$1,118
Calaveras County Tankless Water Heater Installation

Tankless Water Heater Installation in Calaveras County

Average Cost: $1,088
Starting At: $335

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Altaville $1,115$256$3,336
Angels Camp $1,236$262$3,068
Arnold $1,043$263$2,800
Avery $1,237$321$3,015
Burson $1,141$260$2,761
Campo Seco $1,342$321$3,003
Copperopolis $1,159$270$3,385
Glencoe $1,256$298$2,700
Hathaway Pines $1,097$339$2,516
Mokelumne Hill $1,171$339$2,749
Mountain Ranch $1,291$311$2,664
Murphys $1,342$324$3,299
San Andreas $1,017$258$3,162
Sheep Ranch $1,173$327$2,740
Vallecito $1,069$255$2,554
Valley Springs $1,207$299$2,512
Wallace $1,047$276$3,169
West Point $1,289$299$3,355
Wilseyville $1,189$323$2,833
Calaveras County Solar Water Heater Installation

Solar Water Heater Installation in Calaveras County

Average Cost: $1,122
Starting At: $339

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Altaville $1,150$259$3,766
Angels Camp $1,275$266$3,463
Arnold $1,076$267$3,160
Avery $1,276$325$3,404
Burson $1,177$264$3,117
Campo Seco $1,384$325$3,390
Copperopolis $1,196$273$3,821
Glencoe $1,296$302$3,048
Hathaway Pines $1,131$344$2,840
Mokelumne Hill $1,208$344$3,103
Mountain Ranch $1,332$315$3,008
Murphys $1,385$328$3,724
San Andreas $1,049$261$3,569
Sheep Ranch $1,210$331$3,093
Vallecito $1,102$258$2,882
Valley Springs $1,245$303$2,835
Wallace $1,080$280$3,577
West Point $1,329$303$3,787
Wilseyville $1,226$328$3,198