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Signs Your Water Heater Is Going Bad

Signs Your Water Heater Is Going Bad

Water heaters aren’t designed to last forever. In fact, the average water heater lasts 8-12 years. You can extend the life of your water heater with annual maintenance, but chances are you will need to replace one at some point. Here are some signs your water heater needs professional repair or replacement.
Banging Noises
Loud banging noises coming from your water heater can indicate a problem with the valve or the entire system.
Water Pooling Under The Tank:
If water is pooling underneath your tank, you have a leak and it’s time to replace your water heater.
Waiting For Hot Water:
If you have to wait for hot water in your shower, bath or kitchen, chances are that your water heater needs replacing or that you need a larger unit.
Rusty Or Cloudy Water:
Calcium and magnesium deposits accumulate in water heater tanks over time. The result is cloudy water. Rusty water can indicate a problem with the water heater or piping. 
Visible rust at the bottom of your tank or around the valves indicates a problem either inside or outside your water heater.
Changes In Water Temperature:
Drastic changes in your water’s temperature may indicate the accumulation of heavy sediments or other problems with the thermostat or heating unit.
Older Units:
If your current water heater is over 10 years old, it’s time to consider a replacement.

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