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Lodi

Welcome to Lodi

Lodi is a city located in San Joaquin County, California, Lodi was first called Mokelumne. It was founded in August 1869 when the Central Pacific Railroad chose the site for a station on its new route. The population was 62,134 at the 2010 census. The estimated population is approximately 67,586 according to 2019 census data. Lodi is the 132nd largest city in California based on official 2019 estimates from the US Census Bureau. The zip codes are 95240, 95241, 95242. Lodi has been growing wine grapes since the mid-1800s and today is the largest appellation in California with over 110,000 acres in production. Known for hearty Zinfandels, Lodi is also home to all of California’s leading varieties, and has long been the leading producer for Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, and Sauvignon Blanc.

Water Heater Pros 

Provides professional water heater services, and has been servicing and installing water heaters in Lodi California for many decades. We take great pride in the quality water heaters in that we install as well as our quality of work. We stand behind every water heater installation with a three year workmanship warranty on top of the manufacturers warranty. We offer gas and electric tank type water heaters as well as gas tankless and electric heat pump water heaters. We are your local trusted water heater company in Lodi. 

When is Water Heater Replacement Necessary?

Many water heater problems can be solved with professional repairs. However, it’s important to know when repairs are possible or if you need water heater replacement as this can ultimately save you time, money, and stress.


Not sure if you need to replace your water heater in Lodi? Consider these factors first;

  • Age – Is your tank-type water heater more than 9 years old? and it's a 6-year factory warranty (most popular) It might be time to start considering replacement, especially for units that have not been maintained.

  • Frequent Repairs – Has your water heater recently required frequent, costly, or repeated repairs? Constant breakdowns might be a sign that it’s time for a ne