New York City Water Heater Installation Services
Is It Time to Replace Your Water Heater? Our Licensed & Insured Company Can Help!
Whether you’re showering or doing the laundry, having hot water running throughout your home is something homeowners take for granted until they experience a problem. Due to the demand for hot water from each member of your household or company, your water heater is bound to be replaced at some point in time.
If you need to replace your residential or commercial water heater, our New York City plumbers at Ariel Services, Inc. are committed to installing the best model suitable for the size of your household or building. Our company is licensed, bonded, and insured to ensure you are receiving professional assistance. Since problems can occur at any time, we are available 24/7 to resolve any plumbing issues.
Common Signs You Need to Replace Your Water Heater
Most homeowners are not aware that their water heater is about to fail. Fortunately, there are several signs to keep an eye out for before your unit completely gives out.
The following are the most common signs it’s time to replace your water heater:
- Your water heater is old – The average lifespan of a water heater is between eight to 12 years. You can find out your unit’s age by looking for the manufacturer’s sticker, where you will find a serial number that contains a date when the water heater was made. If the age of your unit falls in that range, it is time to replace it.
- Rust appears either in the water or on your water heater – If you notice rusty water coming from your unit, this could indicate that the inside of your water heater is rusting away, which could eventually result in a leak. Another indication of rust within your tank is rusty pipes or rust around the water inlet or pressure relief valve.
- Your water heater is making loud and strange noises – As your unit gets older, sediment will build up at the bottom of the tank and harden since it is constantly heated and reheated. The hardened sediment causes banging and rumbling sounds emanating from your tank. Sediment in your tank means more damage and less efficiency.
- Your water heater is leaking – Since the metal of your water heater is heated, it constantly expands and shrinks. As your unit gets older, cracks will begin to form—worsening each time your tank expands and shrinks—until water begins to leak out.
Call (718) 557-9604 to Install a New Water Heater Today
If you notice any of the signs mentioned above, do not hesitate to reach out to Ariel Services, Inc. Our New York City technicians can inspect your home, determine which model is suitable for your household’s demands, and get the job done right the first time around. With more than four decades of experience, we have become a trusted name in the New York area.
Contact us and schedule an appointment to install your new unit today.