It's Time To Change Out Your Water Heater.

if you are experiencing the issues below

WATER HEATER
LEAK

Water Heater Leaks are most common when the water heater annode has not been replaced
or the water heater was not properly maintained.

Tidbit: Proper maintenance can conclude of checking water pressure, heater temperature,

& yearly water flushes to rid of built up sediment.

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Delayed Hot Water

If you are experiencing cold water after leaving the water running for longer than 3-5 Minutes without any signs of heated water,
this is can be a sign that it’s time to change your water heater.

Tidbit: If you flush your water heater, you are able to rid of any sediment that maybe sitting on the bottom of your tank.
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HIGH ENERGY
BILL

When a hot water heater is not running efficiently, it may use extra resources to get the water to the desired temperature. There are varying reasons as to why your heater may be running your bills up.

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Noisy Operation

A water heater is typically running quietly without any cracks or popping sounds. The cause of most noisy water heaters is collected sediment found at the bottom of the tank.

 

This occurs when hot water bubbles go through the layers of sediment found inside the tank. If this sediment remains unchecked, it can possibly cause leaks at the bottom of your tank (indicated by rumbling), which can only be solved with a water heater replacement.

 

Tidbit: Other causes for water heater noise may include ticking caused by fluctuating water pressure.

Loose pipe straps can also cause ticking. Sizzling usually means that there is a leak causing water to fall into the burner assembly. 

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