Gainesville Water Heater Replacement Services
Like any home or commercial appliance, water heaters break down over time and will need to be replaced by a team of professionals. Even if you enjoy taking the odd cold shower, there is no way that you will want to be without the option of having hot water conveniently delivered to you through the twist of a knob. So, if you want to continue to enjoy the luxury of having hot water, you might want to take a proactive approach and replace your water heater once it starts malfunctioning more regularly.
Replacing a water heater is not an easy task, mind you, especially if you have never done it before. And since the key to making sure a water heater lasts to the maximum of its service life, it is important that the installation of the replacement water heater be conducted by trained professionals. Whenever you choose to get your water heater replaced by unlicensed and unqualified contractors, there is no guarantee that the new water heater will be able to perform at its peak efficiency.
If you are sick and tired of your faulty water heater making your life more complicated than it needs to be, then call Garrett Electrical LLC today. We have successfully helped more Gainesville homes and businesses replace their faulty water heaters for more efficient models. So, if you are tired of constant repairs or unreliable service from your current water heater, give Garrett Electrical LLC a call today to get your free estimate on our water heater replacement services.
Signs Your Water Heater Needs to be Replaced
The sooner you replace your faulty water heater, the better. Putting it off could leading to much bigger problems than a cold shower like large leaks and severe water damage to your Gainesville home or business. So, here’s what you need to look for to know that you’ll benefit from a water heater replacement provided by Garrett Electrical LLC’s team of experts.
Age. The older the water heater, the more likely it is to break down. On average, water heaters last between 8 and 12 years. With proper maintenance and some luck, you may be able to double that lifespan, but remember that you’re pushing it. If you are well past the 10-year mark, it’s a good idea to get it replaced.
Rust and corrosion. Once a water heater has begun to rust, there is no way to repair it. If water hasn’t begun seeping out of the rusted and corroded areas, it’s only a matter of time before it does. These types of leaks can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to your water heater, which is why you need to get it replaced before more serious damage is done to your commercial or residential property.
No warm water. There are plenty of reasons why your water heater might not be delivering hot water, but no matter the reason it’s a surefire sign that something needs to change.
Contact Us Today
If you want to avoid dealing with water damage or you’re tired of only cold water coming out of your fixtures, give Garrett Electrical LLC a call today and we’ll figure out how we can get the heat back with our expert water heater replacement services.