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3 Reasons To Install A New Water Heater

Joann Gardner

Hot water is an integral part of every homeowner's day. Without an adequate supply of hot water, you wouldn't be able to shower comfortably or disinfect your clothing and dishes. A water heater is responsible for contributing to your comfort.

The water heater in most homes is hidden away in a closet or garage. This makes it easy to overlook the appliance until it begins to malfunction. Knowing when to install a new hot water heater will help you avoid problems and keep your maintenance costs as low as possible.

1. Your Water Heater Is Old

Water heaters are not built to last forever. In fact, the average lifespan of a water heater in a residential setting is only 8 to 12 years. Once your water heater approaches the end of its lifespan, you could find that you experience more problems.

Frequent repairs and hot water outages can be tell-tale signs that your water heater is getting older. You should replace the old unit with a new one to avoid the inconvenience of a sudden water heater failure.

2. You Move into a New Home

A water heater is designed to meet the unique needs of the residents living within a property. When you move into a new home, the existing water heater might not be adequate. It can be beneficial to install a new water heater as soon as you take ownership of the new residence.

You will know the exact age of the water heater, and you can ensure that the size and energy efficiency of the appliance are in line with your family's needs.

3. You Want a More Efficient Appliance

The technology used to construct water heaters has come a long way in recent years. You no longer have to rely on a water heater with a large storage tank to access hot water in your home. These large tanks require a lot of energy to heat, and they can take up a lot of room within your home.

Tankless water heaters are becoming more and more popular in residential settings. A tankless water heater has a smaller footprint than an appliance with a tank. Tankless water heaters only heat the water that you are using at a given time, reducing the amount of energy required to meet your heating needs.

You will be able to reduce your monthly utility costs and enjoy a more efficient appliance when installing a new water heater. For more information, contact a water heater installation service.


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When was the last time you realized that you had a serious plumbing problem? About a month ago, I knew that I had to make some big changes, so I began talking with different plumbers about getting the job done. I told them that I wanted to replace the bathtub in the bathroom and the sink and faucet in the kitchen, and they took my requests in stride. Before I knew it, my entire home was updated and I felt great about the work. I wanted to start this blog to help other people to learn more about plumbing and repair.

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