Most hot water heaters will last around 7 to 13 years. Once theyâ€™ve been around for this long they start to lose their efficiency and become more susceptible to failure, especially if there has been no regular maintenance performed on the unit. While most people wait until their water heater has catastrophically failed before shopping around for a replacement water heater, there are numerous benefits to upgrading your unit before it dies!
Older water heaters are among the top energy users in your home, in many cases accounting for as much as 20 percent of your homeâ€™s energy use. As they age and become less efficient, this percentage will climb higher, not to mention the unit gets more expensive to use.
Donâ€™t wait until your hot water heater fails before you consider a replacement, this will only cost you more money in the long run. Many options exist today that will not only keep your home running comfortably but also save you $$$ (including a water heater maintenance agreement or flush service).
Our water heaters come with a standard one-year labor and six year parts manufacturer warranty. Ask your technician about our extended warranty options on your specific heater.