Tell Us About Your Water Heater
There is nothing worse than discovering those long, hot showers you are used to taking aren’t so hot anymore. Maybe your hot water heater has sprung a leak or it’s just stopped working. Well, it might be time for you to replace your water heater. The average life span of a water heater is between 8 and 12 years in the DFW area. There is not any absolute test to determine when your water heater will quite but the following test will give you what our expert has to say for recommendations.
|1. Is there sign of leakage on or around your water heater?|
|2. Approximate Age of Water heater|
|3. Condition of Water heater
Enter the dollar amount of any repairs that are needed. If you are unsure, enter 0, or leave blank.
|4. Location of water heater|
|5. Safety devices|
Total Score: 0
If your score is between 50 and 100 you should start planning to replace your water heater. If your score is above 100 you should consider replacing your water heater soon. Please contact us today to schedule a maintenance on your current water heater.
Find out how to determine the age of your water heater.
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