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Top 5 reasons to replace your water heater

Replacing a water heater can be a daunting task for homeowners. It is important to know the risks and find out how much it will cost before making any decisions. This blog post will give you all of the information that you need to make an informed decision, including what type of water heater would best suit your needs. 

There are three types of water heaters: gas, electric, and solar-powered (tankless). 

Gas-powered models are usually more expensive but they also last longer than electric or solar power models because they don’t have as many moving parts. Solar-powered units require no electricity connection but they do not work in cold weather conditions below 40 degrees Fahrenheit without additional insulation and backup heating systems in place during those months

Water heaters should be replaced every 15 years, in order to ensure that they are working properly. A hot water tank is an important part of your home. The following list will tell you the top 5 reasons you really want to replace your old one with a new one!

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#1 – Reduced noise and vibration: A lot of people find that their older tanks are really noisy and shake against the wall when the power fluctuates or when the pilot light has gone out. With newer models, this is much less likely because new systems often use more insulation around them to prevent sound from escaping as well as vibrations being sent into other items nearby. 

#2- Protection against leaks: Older water heaters are much more likely to have leaks or tank corrosion that water gets into. This usually causes water to run up the sides when water levels get too low, and it causes rusting of metal parts inside the water heater. Leaks can also occur around pressure release valves, which may be corroded or not functioning properly allowing water to leak out at those points instead of working its way back down into the tank 

#3 – Lower bills: Energy efficiency has been improved in newer models so they tend to use a lot less energy than older ones. In general, these will save you money on your electric bill because they operate better and don’t waste as much energy while running 

#4 – Longer lifespan: Many water heaters last 15 to 20 years, but with water heaters made in the last few decades, you can get them to last twice that long or even longer. Plenty of people have water tanks over 30 years old still working just fine and as long as they are serviced regularly, this should be possible for many more water heater owners 

#5 – Save space: If your water heater is too big for its location or it is not functioning well enough to keep up with demand, you could benefit from having a water heater replacement done. This will allow you to get a smaller water tank that uses less power while also providing good flow rates for the temperature setting selected

#6 – Slimmer design: Most newer models are designed slimmer than older ones because they use less water and water heaters are more efficient these days. Whether you have a water heating system in place or not, any water heater installation will give your home a better look

Why you should hire a professional to replace your water heater

Replacing water heaters is not a job for the unprofessional. The water heater does not only provide water to be heated, but it also provides water for household necessities such as showers and dishwashing. When water heaters are broken, they can become a safety risk. A professional water heater replacement company will know how to properly remove your old water heater and install the new one without this becoming an issue.

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A professional water heater replacement company will have all necessary permits and licenses in order and be capable of removing your old water heater in a safe manner without causing any environmental hazards or potential damage to any parts of the home that need to be accessed during the process. They can also answer any questions you may have about water heaters before installation, during the process, and after water heater installation. You can also choose to get a water softening system installed alongside water heaters if you feel it will do your water good.

When you hire a professional water heater replacement company for the job, you are hiring someone that is looking out for your safety throughout the process of removing an old and installing a new water heater. Water heaters can be extremely heavy and being crushed by them or having them fall on you could lead to serious injuries and even death in some cases. A water heater professional will know how to properly remove and install a water heater without this becoming a concern for their customers or themselves. They will be able to answer any questions about water heaters that you may have while

Conclusion paragraph: 

Based on the information we have discussed, it is clear that you should be proactive in your water heater replacement process. Your hot water tank may not last as long as you think and regular maintenance will help to extend its life span so you can continue enjoying a reliable supply of heated water for years to come.

Author Bio:- Laura Harnes 

Laura is a marketing manager at All Star Plumbing & Restoration. With years of experience in the plumbing industry, she loves to create awareness about the causes, problems, and repair solutions of water damage and slab leak. She shares expert tips to lower utility bills and keep your AC, heater, and other appliances in optimum condition leading to longer lifespan.

Check all the recent articles and know everything about water damage repair, slab leak repair, tools to remove clogging, and HVAC appliances installation, maintenance, and repair.



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