Your water heater is one of the hardest working appliances in your home. If you’re starting to notice ongoing trouble with your water heater, then we’d suggest a replacement job. Sometimes, the problems you’re facing can’t be fixed with repair. If you find yourself struggling with your water heater this season and you’re looking for relief, our professionals are here for you.
We recommend water heater replacement in Gainesville, FL guided by one of our professionals. We make sure everyone on our team is experienced, highly trained, and motivated. You’re sure to get the best work this way and this is a priority for us.
The Signs You Should Watch Out For
We’re not living in a future like The Jetsons quite yet. This means that your water heater can’t speak to you and tell you when it’s ready to be replaced or emote and let you know something is wrong. Until we’re living in the world of flying space cars that we once imagined, you’re going to have to know the signs of trouble. We won’t leave it up to guesswork—here’s what to look for.
Not Enough Hot Water
You should always have enough hot water for your needs at home. If this isn’t your reality, then the problems you’re facing might be due to a capacity issue. Sometimes, this comes about because your water heater needs weren’t properly calculated from the start. This results in you having a water heater that’s always scraped by when it comes to meeting your needs. As it ages, your incompatibility becomes more apparent.
If this first description doesn’t apply to you but you still don’t have enough hot water, the problems might have happened over time. If you added to your family or added on to your home, the capacity needs of your space will change.
Discolored Water or Debris in Water
The last thing you want to notice is any type of discoloration or debris in your home’s water. Your water should always be completely clear, clean, free of debris, and have its usual taste. If things have changed in your water lately and you can’t track it back to a problem with your municipal water supply, then it might actually be from your water heater itself.
Water heaters build up with debris and over time the debris can flake off and find its way into your glass. We’re able to help when the time comes to fix this.
Your water heater is set to last you around 10–15 years. If your water heater is around this age, then we do suggest considering an upgrade. Your water heater isn’t going to work forever and it’s better to upgrade and have a plan in place rather than waiting until it breaks down and forces you to scramble to replace it. If it’s time for you to start strategizing, then we suggest talking to our professionals. We have all the knowledge you need to make an informed decision.
Contact Affinity Gas Services today to schedule an appointment with our professionals. We’re “The Gas Efficiency Experts.”