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Water Heater

There are many styles, sizes and shapes of water heaters to fit ones needs and budget. Don't be intimated by having to decide on your own, let our professionals help you choose what's best for you based on your needs.

When To Replace Your Water Heater

Water heaters are rarely fine one day and then deceased the next. There are usually warning signs that a water heater is on its last leg. The following are some of the most common signals that it’s nearing the end of its life.

  • No hot Water - There's not much worse than a cold shower. if your water seems lukewarm it means your water heater is at the end of its life. 

  • Cloudy or Rusty Water - The anode rod inside your water heater prevents the inside from rusting. Once that wears out, the inside of the water heater will rust causing cloudy or rusty water indicating the end is not far. 

  • Rumbling or Popping - As a water heater ages minerals from hard water build up inside the tank which create air pockets in the hot water that create the popping noises as air is released.

  • Leaking - A mysterious pool of water near the water heater is a clear sign that cracks and fissures have formed in the tank, causing it to spring a leak. Since a leaking water heater can flood a house, schedule to replace it quickly. 

Types of Water Heaters

Tankless Water heater

Tankless water heater

Electric water heater

Electric Water Heater
Power vent water heater

Power vent water heater

Gas water heater

Gas Water Heater
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