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How will I know when it’s time to replace my propane water heater?

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Hot water is something most of us take for granted – until our water heater breaks down and we’re left with cold showers and dirty clothes and dishes (not to mention a potential flood in the basement if we have a tank leak).

The idea, or course, is to replace your water heater before any of that happens. But how do we know when that time will come?

A good place to start is by looking for one or more of these signs, each of which could signal that your equipment is nearing the end of its useful life in your North Carolina home:

See any of these signs? It could be time for a propane water heater upgrade. If you’re in our North Carolina service area, contact us for a FREE, no obligation estimate on a new, high-efficiency propane water heater or propane tankless water heater today!

*If you are unsure of how old your hot water heater is, try checking the serial number on the manufacturer’s nameplate; this number will start with a letter, followed by a series of numbers. The letter will indicate the month the equipment was produced, and the following 2 numbers will indicate the year. For example, a heater marked with the serial number F151234567 was manufactured in June of 2015.