With the winter in its full swing, no home appliance is as important as your hot water heater. Tankless hot water Edmonton heaters are common for the various benefits they have. These heaters are considered not only for their economic benefits but also for their environmental sustainability. Tankless heaters do break down over a period and need to be replaced. Here are a few signs to determine the right time to buy a new tankless hot water heater.
Strange Colored Water
Tankless hot water heaters do not have a tank to store hot water. Hence, water is heated as and when the flow is received. This could lead to a sedimentary build up in the heater itself. The same can be identified by the color of the water you are receiving. Do not ignore rusty water either as it could be a sign of extreme rusting of the internal parts of the heater.
Increased Repair Requirements
Tankless water heaters have a lifespan of 10-15 years. With proper maintenance, it can go up to 20 years. However, if your water heating equipment is needing repairs more frequently, there is a chance that it would not last for long. Frequent repairs is a sign of multiple part failure. A functional appliance requires repair once or twice a year. If your heater is in need of repair every few months, it’s time to buy a new water heater.
Water Not Hot Enough
If you have not been getting enough hot water, there is some serious issue with your tankless hot water heater. After years of use, heaters tend to lose efficiency. However, if you face the problem often, it’s time to replace your heater as the heating element of your heater might be damaged.
Leakage From Your Heater
Leakage of water from your heater happens due to damaged joints or pipes. While you can replace them, if the leak is severe, replacing the heater is the only option. An easy way to figure this out is to check under the heater for any leak or corrosion at the base. If you notice patches of corrosion, it is a clear sign of leakage within the heater.
Sudden strange noises from your appliance is not a good sign. It is a clear sign of a failing electrical system of any appliance or sediment deposits in the inner components and pipes. If your old tankless water heater has suddenly started making groaning or gurgling noises, it’s time to get a new one.
With signs like these visible, it is recommended to replace the heater before it breaks down completely. There are various types of tankless hot water Edmonton heaters to choose from. When buying a new water heater, make sure to take the assistance of an expert to ensure proper installment.
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The mere thought of your shower spewing out cold water on a chilly morning is horrible. But, this can happen to anyone, even you, if you won’t give much attention to your water tank and don’t get it serviced regularly. We repair, service and install Hot Water Tanks in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Leduc.
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