Santa Fe Water Heater Replacement Services
No matter how proactive you are when it comes to providing your commercial or residential water heater with the maintenance it needs to keep running efficiently, there will come a day where it will stop working altogether. It’s not your fault, mind you, it is just something that happens to all appliances eventually.
Of course, when your residential or commercial water heater starts to breakdown, you can’t simply go without hot water for an undetermined amount of time. Santa Fe residents depend on hot water delivered through their pipes to get themselves through any given day. So, if your water heater is unable to meet your hot water demands regardless of how much maintenance you provide it with, it’s time to think of replacing it.
And when the times comes for a water heater replacement, trust the experts at All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling to get it done. For the past several years, Santa Fe homes and businesses have depended on the quality water heater replacement services provided by All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling’s excellent electricians because there are no tradespeople with more experience replacing electric waters heaters. Better yet, our expertise is always available for an affordable price.
If you need to replace your commercial or residential water heater, give All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling a call today. When you call, we will be happy to give you a free estimate and craft a plan to make sure you aren’t without hot water for long.
When to Replace Your Water Heater
Because water heaters don’t come cheap, there are plenty of Santa Fe home and business owners who will put off replacing their units until it is absolutely clear that it is beyond repair. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for these same people to continue spending their hard-earned money on temporary repairs until their water heater is unequivocally beyond repair.
Rather than waste your money on repairs that won’t provide a lasting solution, here are the signs you are better off replacing your water heater.
It’s over 10 years old. The average water heater’s life expectancy is approximately 10 years, though it can vary depending on the make and model. If you have been experiencing more and more problems with your water heater and it’s approaching or passed it’s tenth year of service, then browsing for a new one is a good idea since it’s only a matter of time before it stops working altogether.
Leaks around the base. Despite what you might have seen in online guides, leaks from your hot water tank are usually caused by an internal problem and are rarely repairable. Since a leaky water heater can cause all kinds of water damage to your home or business, you don’t want to risk trying to patch up the leak if it’s only going to comeback a few days later, bringing all kinds of mold with it.
Cold water. If your water isn’t as hot as it once was, or not hot at all, then something is clearly wrong. It might be the element or it could be the thermostat. Either way, it’s probably time for an upgrade if it can’t complete its intended purpose.
Contact Us Today
Replace your water heater today when you call All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling.