Water Heater Installation and Replacement Service
Hot water tanks and water heaters can cause many different problems for a home if they are non-functioning or even not functioning at their full capacity. The least of which not necessarily being cold showers in the dead of winter.
Our plumbing technicians can provide you with expert advice about all types of hot water tank standards and electric hot water heaters.
When Should I Replace My Hot Water Tank?
With proper annual maintenance, your hot water tank should last between 7 and 10 years. The quality of your hot water tank can also have an impact on its longevity. Quality and models vary considerably, so you should think about replacing your hot water tank every 10 years, or at least have it inspected on a regular basis after this point. Also, some insurers may refuse to cover appliances that are older than 10 years because of the growing number of water-related claims.
How Do I Know If I Need To Replace My Hot Water Tank?
Here are 3 of the most common signs to look for when determining whether or not you need to replace your hot water heater.
- Water Leaks: You may start to notice leaks on the top or around the area of the tank
- Color of Water: You notice the overall water quality of the hot water is dirty such as rust and visible sediment. If your water is rust colored this is usually a sign that your a tank needs replacing.
- Minimal Hot Water: Drop in the hot water temperature or the duration of running hot water from your tap
Planning on replacing your hot water tank soon? Don’t take any chances. Call a professional plumber who are familiar with plumbing standards, to get the job done right.
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