From time to time, every home needs a new water heater. In fact, you can expect to replace it about every eight to 12 years, depending on the weather in the region you live in, the type of appliance you have, how well it was installed, and how often you did regular maintenance on it.
Water heater fitting is a complex process that most people can't handle without the help of an expert.
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If you have any questions about anything in this article, it's always best to call in a professional. Here are some of the questions you can expect when you contact an expert about water heater installation.
How old is it?
One of the first things that need to be addressed is whether the water heater actually needs replacing at all. If it is more than 10 years old, then it probably does need to be replaced, not just because of the problems you probably experience with it, but also because newer models are much more energy-efficient than your current model.
What kind of water heater do you have right now?
The first question an installation expert will likely ask is about the type of water heater you have right now.
Conventional units are either electric or gas. If you aren't sure whether your heater is electric or gas, consider the appliances in the rest of your home.
If you don't have anything else in your home that runs on gas, then the water heater is probably electric. However, if you aren't positive about what kind of water heater you have, then you should make the dealer and installer aware that you aren't sure.