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No Hot Water

No Hot Water in your House? Call Thousand Oaks Plumbing! 

Hot water in our homes is something most of us take for granted. But there’s nothing like an ice-cold shower to make us appreciate the luxury of having hot water on-demand. Whether your water turns cold after just a few minutes or it doesn’t heat up at all, we have the expertise and equipment needed to get your hot water supply flowing again.

We offer emergency service for your water heaters. Start an online chat or give us a call at (805) 494-4981 and our friendly representatives will dispatch a technician right away!

Why Don’t I Have Hot Water?

Here are some of the most common causes of not having hot water:

Faulty Electric Water Heater

If you have an electric water heater, the heating component inside your unit may have stopped working. This may be due to a blown fuse, tripped circuit breaker or burned out heating unit. (link to water heater repair page)

No Gas Supply

The gas supply (link to water heater repair page) to your water heater may have been accidentally shut off, the line may be clogged or damage, or a broken gas valve may be preventing gas from reaching your unit.

Pilot Light Is Out

There are a number of reasons a water heater’s pilot light (link to water heater repair page) may extinguish. You may have a dirty or clogged burner, blocked or damaged thermocouple, air in the gas line, defective gas valve or blocked ventilation.

Faulty Thermostat or Burner

If water isn’t getting hot enough, a failed thermostat or burner (link to water heater repair page) may be the cause.

Loose Wiring

Loose connections on a water heater (link to water heater repair page) can cause the unit to function improperly.

Tank Leak

A leak in your hot water heater’s tank (link to water heater repair page) could prevent water from reaching the proper water temperature.

Improper Tank Size

It’s possible your water heater unit (link to water heater installation page) isn’t large enough to meet your household’s needs.

Outdated Water Heater

If your water heater is more than eight years old, it may be time to consider replacing it (link to water heater installation page) with a more efficient model.e Goes Here

Do I Need a Plumber? 

If you are handy, you might be able to repair simple problems like a loose screw or damaged washer. But there are many different types of faucets and each one operates different and requires unique parts. The best way to get your leaking or dripping faucet fixed is to enlist the help of a professional plumber.

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