Water heaters typically last 10-16 years before they need to be replaced. Often, parts inside the heater being to corrode or if the heater experiences build up of minerals it can wear down components inside your water heater.
If you notice any leaks around the pan or tray of your water heater it is time to call as you may have an internal failure. Remember, there is electricity running to your water heater so always take caution before attempting to review the damage.
If you have no hot water, it can be a sign that your water heater has failed. It could be a thermostat or a breaker but a professional can help determine the course of action to take.
If your water looks rusty or smell or has a muddy appearance, it could be a sign that your water heater is about to break.
If you have questions about your hot water heater, be sure to call on us to quickly and cost effectively diagnose your problems.