The life expectancy of your water heater is 8-12 years. This all depends on the proper care and servicing you have given it. The water heater gets quite a workout in most homes, this can vary with the severity of the local weather, the unit design, quality of installation and good maintenance of the unit. If you are starting to have problems with your water heater, it might be time to consider if you should repair or replace it. If your water heater is more than 10 years old and giving you some problems, most likely you should replace it. There are many good options these days to consider. Has your family multiplied and you need a larger unit? Do you have the space to upgrade to a larger unit? Newer models are also more energy efficient and save money on your utility bill. If the life expectancy of your water heater has expired, call De Hart Plumbing at 785-341-4193 today to assist you in making the right decision on that replacement. De Hart Plumbing: serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
The Life Expectancy of Your Water Heater
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