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The Water Heater Company

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The Water Heater Company

808 Calle Plano
Camarillo California 93012
United States

(805) 317-7897

Business Description

The Water Heater Company, a reputable company that provides water heater services to Camarillo and its surrounding areas. Our experts specialize in tank and tankless water heaters, hot water recirculating systems, and water filtration/conditioning. Our experience in the industry means we can handle any project from start-to-finish. We prioritize quality and durability, whereby we partner with reputable manufacturers to deliver products that give the highest returns on investment. Our team ensures affordability by offering financing options and competitive pricing that are affordable for all budgets. So, feel free to click on our online page for more details or call to reserve an appointment.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
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FridayOpen 24 Hours
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About Camarillo

Camarillo ( KAM-ə-REE-oh) is a city in Ventura County in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2020 United States Census, the population was 70,741, an increase of 5,540 from the 65,201 counted in the 2010 Census. Camarillo is named for brothers Juan and Adolfo Camarillo, prominent Californios who owned Rancho Calleguas and founded the city. California State University, Channel Islands is housed on the former grounds of the Camarillo State Hospital. == History == At the time of European contact in the 18th century, Camarillo had been inhabited by the Chumash Indians for thousands of years.Present day Camarillo and the larger Oxnard Plain were portions of a paramount Chumash capital at the village of Muwu (today's Point Mugu). Simo'mo (CA-VEN-24), which translates to "the saltbush patch", was a Chumash village located upstream from Mugu Lagoon near the city of Camarillo. Caves with ancient pictographs are located in the area around Conejo Grade including a site used for religious ceremonies dating back to 500 A.D., where two Chumash villages were located: Lalimanux (Lalimanuc or Lalimanuh) and Kayɨwɨš or Kayiwish (Kawyis) (CA-VEN-243). The village of Kayɨwɨš (Chumash: "The Head") was first encountered by Europeans of the first Portola expedition on August 16, 1795. === 19th century === By the early 1820s, Mexico had gained independence from Spain, and shortly afterward California allied itself with Mexico. The Mexican land grant system was liberalized in 1824, resulting in many large grants in California and the proliferation of Ranchos north of the border.

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