On average, a hot water tank will last 8–10 years, but with regular maintenance, you can extend that to as long as 15 years.
Have you been wondering if your water heater is almost ready to give out? If you have had your water heater for 8-10 years, you would be wise to plan to replace it sooner rather than later — likely in the coming year or two. But did you know that when temperatures are especially cold — as they have been in Calgary this month — your water heater is more likely than other times to quit for good?
It’s best to know your options before you need to replace your hot water tank. Instant Plumbing 15% off hot water tanks in October 2016!
If your home was built more than ten years ago, chances are many of the fixtures are starting to show their age. Avoid surprises with these four quick checks.
These units offer a lot of benefits however they also aren’t the perfect option for every home.
With hot water tank regulations changing in the next few years, we’re going to see residential boilers becoming a more popular option. Here’s why.
In compliance with legislation that took effect February 28, 2012, seniors’ facilities need to be upgraded with temperature regulator mixing valves.
Many homeowners are unaware that the average life of a hot water tank is about 8-10 years, and even more don’t know how to properly maintain their tank.