Hot Water Heaters have an average lifespan of 8 to 10 years. If you are experiencing the following signs, it is imperative to replace your Hot Water Heater

Rust & Corrosion of the Metal

Age-related Damage

Noise Emissions

Water Leaks

Failure to produce heat in the water

It is also important to replace your Hot Water Heater for safety purposes especially in the circumstances of leakage or corrosion. For example, when a Hot Water Heater leaks, mold can be produced which can be toxic to the air quality and ultimately, the quality of life. If there is corrosion or rust, that can leak into your water and rust can cause disease.