You may think there’s never a good time to replace your water heater , but there is. The right time is before your it fails and leaves you with no hot water for bathing, laundry, dishwashing or any of the other things you need it for. You could also get stuck with cleanup costs in the event of a water heater tank failure.
The Fuel Company is here for you every step of the way when you have to replace your water heater. We sell and install high-efficiency models of outstanding quality from leading makers including Bosch and SuperStor. You can choose between a conventional tank storage water heater, a hybrid water heater or an indirect water heater, or get endless hot water whenever you need it with a tankless water heater.
The first thing we will do is provide an honest and competitive estimate. From there we’ll help you choose the right unit for your home and budget. With our expert team of trained and skilled service technicians and plumbers, your installation will be done safely and properly.
The water heater is old. The average life expectancy of a conventional storage water heater with a tank is between 10 and 12 years. If your water heater is approaching or is at that age, or is even older, now is the time to begin planning its replacement.
Rusty water. If you notice rust-colored water coming from your faucet when you use hot water, it’s possible that the water heater tank is the source. This might be a sign of an imminent leak or a water heater failure. Get in touch with The Fuel Company right away so that we can assess the situation and get started on a replacement.
Increasing energy costs. Did you know that water heating accounts for about 20% of your home’s energy usage? That’s why water heaters may be the culprit if you see an inexplicable rise in your energy costs. Upgrading to a new water heater can help slash your energy bills.
Strange noises. When your water heater’s tank is being heated, any strange noises are most likely the result of sediment accumulating and hardening at the bottom of the tank. Your water heater may be beyond repair and need to be replaced.
Wet floor around the water heater. Leaks in your water heater are commonly small and not easy to see. But even these leaks can create a tiny puddle or damp floor around your water heater over time. Contact us as soon as possible if the floor surrounding your water heater is damp or if you see puddling.
You can’t beat The Fuel Company for expert water heater installation and service. Contact us today to get an estimate.
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