Repair or Replace?
The life expectancy of a water heater varies from 8 to 12 years. Several factors influence their life span, including location, design of the unit, quality of installation, maintenance schedule and water quality.
If your water heater is close to 10 years old and leaks or doesn’t perform as well as it once did, it could be time for a replacement. On the other hand, if your water heater is less than 8 years old a tune-up may be a straightforward and cost-effective way to keep it running properly.
Without proper care and maintenance, the temperature will decrease over time, making the cost to run the water heater higher. A professional service of your water heater from Harry Caswell Plumbing, Mechanical and Utility Contractor can get your water hot once again and even reduce associated energy costs.
There may be simple ways to troubleshoot your water heater problem and our professionals can determine the proper solution. Sediment is another serious factor that can influence water heater performance, especially those with substantial use.
Are You Ready for a Brand-New Water Heater?
Our knowledgeable staff can help in choosing the next brand and type of water heater based on your current heater and what you are looking for from your new one. Perhaps you require a larger or smaller tank if the amount of people living within the home has increased or decreased.
Our team will treat your home like our own when it comes to repairing and installing a new water heater in your home. Check out our reviews to see what other homeowners think of our professional installation services.
We'll also take the old one away for you. Special disposal is mandatory according to local government regulations.
Harry Caswell Plumbing, Mechanical and Utility Contractor has the know-how and equipment to complete timely installations! Over the years we have installed 1,000s of water heaters. We'll finish the job quickly and effectively so you can get back to enjoying a hot bath or shower.