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Laguna Niguel, Orange County, California Demographic Info
Laguna Niguel (/ləˈɡuːnə nɪˈɡɛl/) is a suburban city in Orange County, California in the United States. The name Laguna Niguel is derived from the words “Laguna” (Spanish for “lagoon”) and “Niguili” (the name of a Native American village once located near Aliso Creek). As of the 2010 census, the population was 62,979. Laguna Niguel is located in the San Joaquin Hills in the southeastern corner of Orange County, close to the Pacific Ocean, and borders the cities of Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, and San Juan Capistrano.
Laguna Niguel has its origins in the Rancho Niguel Mexican land grant, which was acquired in 1959 by the Laguna Niguel Corporation to develop one of California’s first master-planned communities. As a predominantly residential city, Laguna Niguel serves as a bedroom community for the job centers of northern and central Orange County. Laguna Niguel has a median household income 31 percent above the Orange County average and nearly double the U.S. average It is known for its mild coastal climate, low crime rate, and its numerous parks and public trails.
The City Council consists of five members, elected from the City at-large, who serve staggered four-year terms. Annually, the City Council appoints a Mayor and a Mayor Pro Tempore from its own membership to serve a one-year term.
• Total 14.79 sq mi (38.30 km2)
• Land 14.74 sq mi (38.17 km2)
• Water 0.05 sq mi (0.13 km2) 0.35%
400 ft (122 m)
• Total: 62,979
• Estimate (2019): 66,385
• Density: 4,504.95/sq mi (1,739.39/km2)
~ Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laguna_Niguel,_California
Water Heater Questions
Why does my water heater run out of hot water so quickly?
There may be nothing wrong with your water heater. It may actually be that your faucets and shower heads are the problem source.
Some older shower heads put out up to 5 gallons per minute. Newer shower heads only allow around 2.5 gallons of volume per minute. Switching to lower volume shower heads and faucets may solve the problem.
Another problem may be that your water heaters’ dip tube needs to be replaced.
If you are experiencing this problem, contact A-1 Speedy Rooter and Plumbing to resolve the problem.
What is causing my water heater to leak water?
The most common cause of water leaks from your water heater would be a rusted out tank. This would require you to replace the entire water heater.
If your water heater is not near the end of the manufacturers’ life estimate your problem may be from a source that is much simpler and less of a financial strain. For example, the pressure relief valve, usually located at the top of the unit, could be leaking.
At A-1 Speedy Rooter and Plumbing you can be rest-assured that our expertly trained technicians will promptly diagnose your leak problem and suggest a solution that will be in your best interest.
Why is my electric water heater not heating?
In many cases the cause for your water heater not heating properly is a tripped high-temperature cutoff. This can be fixed by simply pressing the reset button. If that doesn’t work it could be a faulty heating element. If that is the case you must replace the element.
How do I choose the right water heater for my home?
Choosing the right water heater depends on a number of factors that include: the number of people in your household, number of bathtubs and/or showers, whether your home has a dishwasher, washing machine or whirlpool bathtub, and whether your water heater is a natural gas or electric unit.
Typically, for a family of 4, a 50 gallon gas water heater will be sufficient for your needs. If your water heater is electric you would want to consider a 50-60 gallon unit.
Please contact A-1 Speedy Rooter and Plumbing to ensure the unit you choose will serve your needs.
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