Is It Time for A Replacement?
The average water heater has a lifespan of about 10 to 15 years, with the new tankless models lasting significantly longer. Water heaters start to experience problems and issues as they begin to reach the end of their lifetime.
nextgen plumbing, heating & cooling suggests that you be proactive and expect to replace your water heater every 12 – 15 years or sooner.
Besides the age of your water heater, there are other signs you should look out for, which include:
- Age of Hot Water Heater.
- Your Water Heater Makes Strange Noises.
- Decreased or Varying Water Temperature.
- Low Water Pressure.
- Discolored or Rusty Water.
- No Hot Water.
- Water Heater Leaks.
We will evaluate your water heater and let you know what we think is the best alternative for you. We will repair your water heater if it makes sense to you economical and strategically. In some cases, we might find it’s more cost-effective to just replace the entire water heater. While it may be more costly upfront but could save you money in the long run by increasing efficiency and decreasing the number of repairs needed.
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