A normal water heater has an average lifespan of 8 to 12 years. If you're having problems with dirty or muddy water, shorter showers, or no hot water at all, it's time to call us at Elbow River Plumbing. We will do a simple grading review of your water heating equipment so you can determine if you need repair or complete water heater replacement.
Getting a new tankless water heater can provide you with the following benefits:
Adequate hot water supply: Regardless of how many family members you have, you'll never have to unwillingly take a cold shower again.
Better durability: Compared to an old water heater, a new one is less prone to break down.
Save energy costs: You can save from 40%-70% on your gas bill. Even though some customers ended up using more water, they managed to save over 46% on their heating costs! Note that this is an average; some people saved a lot more, despite using a lot more water.
Enhanced safety: If something goes wrong with a tankless water heater, it has an emergency shutoff that stops the flow of water.
More room in your basement: Tankless water heaters are wall-mounted, allowing you to save the 9–12 sq ft that a traditional water heater takes up.
If maintained properly, a tankless water heater can last over 20 years. If you want a water heater replacement in Calgary, call us now!