When should you consider replacing your water heater? Typically water heaters are expected to last six to ten years depending on the anode rod installed and the maintenance performed. At the end of their life expectancy, water heater tanks corrode and leak. This can be especially problematic if you have a finished basement. Furthermore, no one likes to be without hot water. Why not avoid this inconvenience? Drain Doctor Licensed Plumbers offer water heater services.
Tankless water heaters are a more efficient, greener choice. They heat water only when it is needed and shut down when water demand ceases thus using no energy. Conventional water heaters are constantly reheating water you are not using. Considering the energy savings and their typical 20 year life span, they make an excellent choice when it is me to replace your old water heater. Tankless water heaters pay for themselves in reduced energy costs and you will enjoy endless hot water — no more running out half way through your shower!
Whatever your choice, Drain Doctor has a variety of water heaters in stock to meet you and your family’s needs.