We are your local water heater installation and repair specialists! 

Servicing all of Northern Nevada! 

Reno, Sparks, Fernley, Fallon, Silver Springs, Carson City and more! 

 Our $100 initial dispatch call provides you with the expertise of a qualified technician who can accurately diagnose your water heater issue and recommend the right solution. This fee ensures you receive a professional and reliable assessment. 

*Fernley Residents Initial Dispatch Call FREE*

Water Heater Installation - starting at $1,850


Water Heater Repair

Water Heater Seasonal Services - Starting at $250

Swamp Cooler Installation

Installation of brand new Swamp Cooler

Swamp Cooler Repair

Swamp Cooler Seasonal Service

Additional Plumbing Services

Handyman Services

  • Fence Construction/Repair
  • Deck Construction/Repair
  • Gutter Installation/Repair
  • Lock Changes
  • Shelving Assembly
  • Door Repairs/Replacements
  • Pressure Washing
  • Fixture Installation

Manufactured/Mobile Homes

Manufactured homes are typically smaller than traditional site-built houses. This translates to a smaller demand for hot water. Because of this, manufactured homes typically use water heaters with a capacity of 30 to 40 gallons, whereas traditional homes may use 40 gallons or more. Due to space limitations in manufactured homes, water heaters typically come in two main configurations to maximize capacity within the available footprint: Short and Wide: These water heaters have a wider diameter than traditional models but maintain a shorter height. This allows them to fit in compartments that may have limited vertical space. Tall and Slim: These water heaters have a smaller diameter but extend further vertically. This design is ideal for narrow spaces like closets or utility areas. Due to safety regulations, some manufactured homes might be restricted to using electric water heaters only. While gas water heaters are more common in site-built homes, they may not always be approved for installation in manufactured homes. Manufactured home water heaters may also have specific venting requirements. Some may be atmospheric vented, which means they expel exhaust gases through a flue pipe to the outside. Others may be direct vent models that use a fan to expel exhaust gases to the outside through a short pipe on the exterior of the home. To be compliant with federal safety standards, manufactured home water heaters must be HUD-certified. This ensures they meet specific requirements for things like fire safety and pressure relief valves. Federal safety standards also require anyone repairing or servicing manufactured homes hold a Manufactured Housing Specialty Serviceperson License. Water Heater Mafia has a Manufactured Housing Specialty Serviceperson License. This means that our techs possess specific knowledge and expertise required for servicing Manufactured Homes.

Signs that your water heater needs servicing:

Reasons why your appliances need yearly servicing: