Unfortunately, water heaters don’t last forever, and you will need to replace them eventually.
Water heaters require upkeep to ensure that they are running correctly and that no repairs are needed.
If a water heater does not get the correct maintenance, it can shorten its lifespan and result in requiring a water heater replacement much earlier. When you need to replace your water heater, you can go for the same model or you may want to consider going for a new type or an upgrade. Just Water Heaters can help you to choose a water heater that is best suited to your home, and its hot water needs, and also install it for you. We will safely uninstall your old water heater and dispose of it correctly.
All water heaters eventually need to be replaced, and it’s important for all homeowners to know when this time comes. A well-maintained water heater can last you anywhere between 8 and 12 years. If your unit is over 12 years old, it may be the time that you think about getting a replacement. When there are problems with your water heater, they can usually just be repaired, but this is not the case all of the time. If we feel that your water heater needs replacing, we’ll let you know, and we can talk through all of your potential options. When it’s time for a water heater to be replaced, there are some signs that you can look out for: