The Sunny Plumber Phoenix Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Water Heater Replacement’

Are You Ready to Replace Your Water Heater?

Monday, July 15th, 2019

logoIf you’re anything like most homeowners, and your water current water heater is not currently pouring hot water all over the floor, then your answer to the question posed in the title was probably something like “Nah, I’m good.” Are you really, though? As is the case with any mechanical system, you don’t really want to wait for your water heater to give out on you entirely before you replace it. It’s much better to get a new system in place before that happens.

All of this begs the question, then, of when exactly you should be replacing your water heater in Maricopa, AZ. We’ll explore that further in the following post. First, let us gently remind you that a water heater replacement is not the type of job that you can handle on your own, nor should you entrust it to just anyone with a tool bag. Hire trained, professional plumbers—the sunnier, the better, we always say!

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Is It Time for a New Water Heater?

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

sunny-plumbersYou use hot water each and every day in your home. You use it to do the dishes. You use it to wash your linens. You use it to shower, and to do general cleaning around your house. But you don’t go straight to the water heater to get it. That appliance works and works and works, but it does so quietly and out of view. That’s how it is so frequently overlooked by homeowners, even though it’s so necessary.

Unfortunately, this often leads to homeowners failing to act when it comes to their water heaters—sometimes until the system breaks down entirely. Needless to say, an interruption to your hot water supply can really bring your daily routine grinding to a halt. It gets plenty hot around here, but that doesn’t mean that you want to start your day off with an ice cold shower! That is why The Sunny Plumbing Phoenix has some tips for you regarding the need for a water heater replacement in Apache Junction.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Water Heater?

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

replace-water-heater-timeA good number of homeowners throughout the Phoenix area still use the traditional storage tank model of water heater in their homes to provide hot water for cooking, cleaning, and other tasks—and for good reason. Tank water heaters are very quiet and often able to be tucked away in rarely-used areas of the home such as the basement, or the garage.

Of course, because of this, problems can crop up pretty quickly and go unnoticed. If your water heater is over 10 to 15 years old, then this problem can lead to a fundamental breakdown, which only leaves you with one option: water heater replacement in Phoenix, AZ. But wouldn’t it be nice to know it’s almost time to replace your water heater—before you actually have to do so? This way there is a minimal disruption to your home comfort and convenience.

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Signs That You Need to Replace Your Water Heater

Monday, August 31st, 2015

Water heaters are pretty sturdy, but they don’t last forever. You can extend the life of your water heater through maintenance and prompt repairs, but sooner or later you are going to need a new one. It pays to recognize the signs that your water heater is reaching the end of its lifespan so that you can replace it before it gives out on you. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some signs that you need to replace your water heater.

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When is a New Water Heater Installation Necessary?

Monday, April 27th, 2015

Water heaters are built to last a long time. No matter how well you take care of your water heater, however, there will eventually come a point where you are going to need a new one installed. When that time arrives, it is important that you recognize it and act as quickly as possible. Otherwise, you may have to wait several days without hot water while a new system is installed to replace the one that broke down. Read on for an outline of a few of the common signs that a new water heater installation is necessary.

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