ABOUT US

About JJ commercial water heaters

JJ COMMERCIAL WATER HEATERS

HAS BEEN AROUND SINCE 2009!

J.J. COMMERCIAL WATER HEATERS A CREATION FROM JUGUYEN, INC. A FAMILY CORPORATION. WE HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD AT PREPARING THE BEST COMMERCIAL SERVICE. J.J. SMILES, BEACUSE HE IS READY TO WORK FOR YOU.

WHY COMMERCIAL?

The market needs a company that will target what the business wants and needs. Our focus is APARTMENTS, RESTAURANTS, HOTELS.

OUR TEAM

Jessie Laforga with 25+ years experience with commercial water heaters! Known as "the best" in the industry. Your water will always be hot!

Richard Gutierrez with more than 15+ years experience as a contractor, he will make sure you are a happy client and a forever friend!

Together, we are confisdent in our knowledge and capability to perform in the most difficult settings.

CURRENT LANDSCAPE

Reports show the industry is not out of the woods yet. Our company wants to be your ally during these hard times. Count on us to still provide you the best quality of service at the most resonable price!

  1. SAFETY CHECKS
    1. 1. Check the tank, pipe connections, the valves and underneath the unit for leaks.
  2. 2. Inspect the pressure-relief valve for corrosion. If rusty, this should be replaced right away.
  3. 3. Inspect shut-off valve to water heater that it opens and closes freely.
  4. 4. On a gas or oil-fired unit, check and clean combustion chamber.
  5. 5. Check and adjust flame height of pilot light.
  6. 6. Check flue vent for rust, corrosion, and obstructions.
  7. 7. Inspect the thermocouple on gas-or oil-fired water heaters or resistance on electric heaters.
  8. 8. Keep water temperature between 120 and 130 degrees. (Check with a thermometer under the tap.) Higher temperatures could cause accidents that scald or burn people.

WATER HEATER DIAGRAM

  1. A: Temperature/ Pressure Valve (TP Valve). Safety device to prevent the tank from exploding should the pressure exceed limits.
  2. B: Hot water out.
  3. C: Electric heating elements. Each may have its own thermostat, or could be both controlled by a single thermostat.
  4. D: Cold water in & shut off valve.
  5. E: Drain Valve.
  6. F: Exhaust vent for combustion flumes, piped to the outside.
  7. G: Thermostat control / shut off & pilot light control.
  8. H: Gas Burner.
  9. I: Expansion Tank.