The majority of water heaters typically last between eight to ten years. While ten is the average age for replacement, it can arise sooner or even later. A water heater should be replaced before ten years if it shows the following symptoms: rusting, either on the tank or in the water, leaks, noises or if it fails to heat water.
Water Savers LLC is a team of expert plumbers with more than 23 years of experience. We offer superior sewer line repair services for commercial and residential properties. All repairs are performed by licensed professionals, utilizing the latest technology to find the problem immediately. We are confident in the quality of our work and with our many years of expertise in the field, you can count on our team of professionals to flawlessly handle any job for you.
For this project, we replaced the water heater and other water heater parts for our client.
After a detailed assessment of the water heater, we proceeded with replacing it with a new one and adding an expansion tank. We also replaced the temperature and pressure relief valve drain along with the gas valve and gas connector. We re-piped the hot and cold water lines. The new water heater was tested to ensure that everything was working properly. Our client was completely satisfied with their new and improved natural gas water heater.
Here are the Before and After photos of the water heater.