MAR 20, 2014

Detecting whether or not it is time to replace your Phoenix water heater can best be done by watching for mysterious puddles of water, keeping tabs on the unit’s age, and listening for strange sounds. You can also keep an eye on the warmth of the water in your home as well as how quickly the water warms up when it is turned on. When the time comes to purchase a brand new water heating unit, you may consider getting a solar water heater or you may want to stick with electric or gas. No matter which type of unit you are considering, however, the tips below will help you choose the right system for your needs and ensure it is installed properly.

Clean Up

Replacing the unit may be a lot easier when the space surrounding it is clean. If your unit is stored inside of a closet (as most are), be sure to clear the area from debris, trash, and storage. In general, it is smart to leave this area free of random storage to have easier access in case the need arises for a repair or replacement of your system.

Look at Your Options

Settling on a model to purchase is left up to your own personal preferences. However, you should also consider the amount of money you are willing to spend, the space you have available, and the number of faucets in your home that require hot water. Additionally, communicating with a professional is a great way to get information about the benefits of various models so you can decide more easily which one will work best for your needs.

Contact Professionals

Water heater replacement is no easy task, and if done incorrectly, it could result in damage to the unit as well as your home. Trained experts have the knowledge to quickly and correctly replace the unit and can also provide you with basic information regarding its use and maintenance.

As the time nears for you to consider buying a new Phoenix water heater, following these tips may make the process to a lot more smoothly. Taking care to replace it as soon as you detect a problem is crucial in order to reduce any unnecessary damage to your home.Call (602) 870-6840 now for more tips on replacing your water heater from the experts at Donley Service Center.