The Question: What Is The Right Water Heater Capacity For My Home?
As a homeowner, recognizing when it’s time to replace your water heater is crucial for maintaining comfort and energy efficiency. Signs that a new water heater is needed include age (typically 10-15 years), frequent repairs, higher energy bills, inconsistent water temperatures, or a leaky tank. Upgrading to a modern, energy-efficient unit can save on utility costs and provide a more reliable hot water supply, ensuring your home remains comfortable and environmentally friendly. Continue reading
There are few things more stressful for homeowners than worrying about your important appliances suddenly failing and causing damage to your property. It’s hard to tell how they are doing, since we can’t see inside them, and it seems like they can just go out. To help with that concern we can share the signs that your water heater is going out so you can be prepared. Continue reading
A water heater is key to staying comfortable in your home. It gives you warm and hot water for bathing yourself and washing your clothes. When a hot water heater breaks, it can cause serious flood damage to your home. It’s hard to know when your hot water heater is going to go, but with the right maintenance, you can increase its lifespan by years. Read on to learn some of our top water heater maintenance tips and tricks. Continue reading
When you realize something may not be right with your water heater (hopefully not because it exploded), you may wonder if water heaters can be repaired rather than replaced. The answer is some things can be replaced to fix an otherwise functioning water heater.
If you are in the market for a new water heater or if you are building a home, you have probably seen a lot of talk about a tankless water heater, but it is not something most of us know a lot about.
Homeownership comes with a lot of perks, but it can also inspire lots of worries. For example, you may worry about the plumbing, or you may ask yourself, when should I replace my water heater? How can you know if your water heater needs work, or if it is about to blow? Don’t get too worried because we have the information you need to solve any issues you might be having.