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A broken water heater isn’t just an inconvenience — it can be a disaster that makes it difficult, if not impossible, to get the hot water you need to keep your home running. The good news is that you can turn to Brycor Plumbing to diagnose and your system and restore your home’s supply of hot water.

When it comes to broken water heaters, Brycor Plumbing & Water Heater has seen and fixed it all! Regardless of whether you have a tank, hybrid, or tankless water heater, you can count on us to expertly diagnose the problem and flawlessly fix it.

We answer your questions, explain your best options for repairs, and provide up-front pricing before any work begins. If we determine that repair won’t be a lasting or reliable solution, we’ll tell you that too and explain why water heater replacement may be a better option.

The Peninsula’s favorite water heater experts

I used Brycor to install a new water heater. They were very professional and the turnaround was extremely prompt. I would recommend Brycor without hesitation.”
During our remodel, our water heater stopped working, and Brycor promptly replaced it. They are highly skilled and care very much about the quality of their work.”
San Mateo
Our water heater broke and I immediately called Brycor. I was so impressed with the immediate attention and the speed in which it was resolved. The workers were very respectful and efficient.”
San Mateo

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Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heaters

What kind of water heater is best for me?

There are several types of water heaters available on the market, including traditional tank-based models and newer tankless options. Traditional models heat and store a large amount of water, while tankless models heat water as it flows through the unit, providing an endless supply of hot water. The choice of which type of water heater to use depends on various factors such as household size, usage patterns, and energy efficiency goals. Regardless of the type of water heater chosen, proper installation, maintenance, and operation are crucial for ensuring efficient and safe use.

I’ve heard tankless water heaters are unreliable. Is this true?

When they were first introduced decades ago, tankless water heaters broke down somewhat frequently. These days, thanks to numerous technological advancements, tankless water heaters can last up to 20 years or more – longer than conventional storage tank water heaters!

What are some of the biggest benefits tankless water heaters offer over conventional heaters?

One benefit of tankless water heaters is unlike conventional water heaters, If they are operating properly, they never run out of hot water. While storage tank water heaters have a limited capacity (usually between 40 – 60 gallons), tankless water heaters heat water as it passes through the system, meaning you’ll never run out of hot water – especially important when the whole family is in town!
Another benefit is that since there’s no stored water, there’s no risk of an untimely leak (flooding from water heaters is one of the most common homeowner insurance claims!). And, since you’re only heating the water you’re using, you’ll likely see significant reductions on your energy bills.

What is a hybrid water heater?

Like traditional water heaters, hybrid water heaters use a storage tank. Also called heat pump water heaters, they draw heat from outside air into the appliance’s evaporator coil. Heat pump water heaters use less energy than a conventional water heater which may lower your energy bills and save you money over time. Heat pumps also allow you to preheat water during times of the day when power is cheaper and store the hot water for use during times when costs are higher.