Each time you go into your basement do you dread seeing standing water over in the corner? Do you worry that your shower will never warm up, no matter how long you wait? You may be suffering from hot water heater anxiety. This happens when you worry about your hot water heater going up and how hard it will be to clean up and replace it. Don’t worry any longer. Here are some clear signs for you to tell when it’s time.
- Once a hot water heater gets to about 10-15 years old, it’s had a good life and should be replaced.
- Rust-colored water
- Cooler hot water than you’re used to
- Moisture at the base of the tank, indicating a slow leak.
Of course you can wait for the sure-fire signs of permanently cold water or a flood around the heater. In any event, you don’t have to worry about how to replace it either. You just contact us, and we’ll respond with prompt service to your new hot water heater up and running.