1. How long do water heaters last?
How long your water heater lasts will depend on your maintenance schedule and which type of unit you have. Most tankless options last around 18 years while most traditional tank water heaters last between 10-13 years.
2. How can I tell when my water heater needs to be replaced?
If your water heater is making unusual noises, frequently malfunctioning or needing repairs, or producing rust-colored water, then it likely needs to be replaced.
3. What type of water heater is right for my home?
Since no two homes are exactly alike, you’ll want to consider a few factors to determine which kind of water heater is best for your home. The two main things to look at include the fuel type and tank options.
4. What are the advantages of tankless water heaters?
Tankless water heaters offer a variety of benefits, including the fact that they take up less space, are more energy efficient, and can provide you with an endless supply of hot water on demand.
5. Are all water heaters the same?
Not all water heaters are the same. When choosing a water heater for your home, you’ll need to consider factors such as which fuel source to use and whether you want a tankless unit.
Water Heater Lifespan IN VANCOUVER WA AND PORTLAND OR
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