When Should You Replace Your Water Heater?

Is it time to replace your water heater?

Let us Help You Make This Important Decision!

Do you think it may be time to replace your water heater? Knowing your water heater has a problem is an easy matter, but figuring out if it has reached the end of the line is challenging. Don’t worry; the Streamline Plumbing experts are here to help you determine if a water heater replacement is your best course of action.

Are You Experiencing:

  • Low Hot Water Levels
  • No Heated Water
  • High Utility Bills
  • Rusty Or Old Parts

One or more of these problems may be cause enough for replacing your water heater.

Low Hot Water Levels

If the hot water seems to run dry much sooner than it used to, then your water heater is likely at fault. A water heater that continually runs dry may be having trouble with its water supply, or it may not be heating its tank. Contact our team at Streamline Plumbing, and we will assess whether repairs or replacements are necessary.

No Hot Water

A water heater that no longer heats any water is practically worthless. Be sure to check your unit’s pilot light to ensure it is still running. If the light has gone out, then relight it. If it continues to turn off or refuses to restart, it may be time to replace your heater. However, it takes a professional to perform a proper inspection of your heater, so make sure to schedule one before throwing yours out.

High Utility Bills

If your utility bills seem to be on the rise, your water heater may be the culprit. Depending on the issue, your water heater may be using an excess of either electricity or gas. Not only is this defect costing you money, but it could also be hazardous to you and your family! A quick inspection from one of our service experts will be enough to put an end to that risk.

Rusty Or Old Parts

The age of your water heater is one factor that most affects its performance. A water heater’s lifespan is between 10-15 years, but most fail before that. If your water heater is in this age range, it is best to replace it. Moreover, if your unit has parts that have begun to rust, your heater has likely experienced a leak. A faulty, leaky water heater is a hazard to your home, and you should replace it.

Made A Decision? Give Us a Call!

Now that you know how to identify a faulty water heater, it’s time to decide. Will you replace your unit? If you think your home needs a new water heater, don’t hesitate to contact our experts. We are prepared to assess your water heater and determine what replacement will best serve you.

For the best replacements in the Denver area, we recommend the work done by SWAN Plumbing, Heating & Air Of Denver. They provide the area with the best Denver water heaters and they’ll will be happy to help you with your replacement.