Deciding whether to repair or replace a hot water heater can be a difficult decision; no one wants to spend the money to replace a hot water heater if a repair will restore reliable water heating services. On the other hand, no one wants to repair a water heater only to be faced with additional problems down the road. Add to that, there is a risk that an aging water heater can lead to flooding or other serious problems, which can make delaying replacement very costly. At AME, our plumbing specialists can help you determine whether your water heater needs repair or replacement. If your decision is to replace your hot water heater, they can take you through the steps to determine the appropriate water heater. From whether to choose a traditional tank water heater to exploring tankless options, the specialists at AME can help you decide which solution is right for your house.
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When trying to decide whether to replace or repair your hot water heater, the starting point should be the unit’s age. If you are the original owner and are good at record-keeping, then you may know exactly how old your water heater is. If not, then you can find out how old it is by looking at the serial number. The serial number contains a date code; the manufacturer’s website can tell you how to interpret that code. Generally, water heaters have a lifespan of about 10 years, though different models may be expected to last longer. Another sign that you may need to replace, rather than repair, your hot water heater is if you are experiencing rusty water. Rusty water can be a sign that your water heater is rusting, which can lead to leaks. Rumbling and heating sounds coming from your water heater are another early warning sign you may need to replace it. The rumbling comes from hardened sediment at the bottom of your heater, which results in more wear and tear every time you use the unit. Finally, if you notice any water around your water heater, even if you do not see leaks, you could have a leak. However, the source of the leak could also be in the connections or fittings; you want to rule those out before deciding you need a new water heater.
Hot Water Heater Replacement Services in NJ
AME has built a reputation as one of the most reliable air conditioning, heating, and hot water heater replacement services in the New Jersey area. AME proudly service Monmouth and Ocean counties, as well as the rest of the greater New Jersey area. Monmouth County towns we service include: Aberdeen, Allenhurst, Allentown, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avon-by-the-Sea, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Brielle, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Englishtown, Fair Haven, Farmingdale, Freehold Borough, Freehold Township, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Howell, Interlaken, Keansburg, Keyport, Lake Como, Little Silver, Loch Arbour, Long Branch, Manalapan, Manasquan, Marlboro, Matawan, Middletown, Millstone, Monmouth Beach, Neptune City, Neptune Township, Ocean Grove, Ocean Township, Oceanport, Red Bank, Roosevelt, Rumson, Sea Bright, Sea Girt, Shrewsbury Borough, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Tinton Falls, Union Beach, Upper Freehold, Wall, West Long Branch. Ocean County towns we service include: Barnegat Township, Barnegat Light Borough, Bay Head Borough, Beach Haven Borough, Beachwood Borough, Berkeley Township, Brick Township, Eagleswood Township, Harvey Cedars Borough, Island Heights Borough, Jackson Township, Lacey Township, Lakehurst Borough, Lakewood Township, Lavallette Borough, Little Egg Harbor Township, Long Beach Township, Manchester Township, Mantoloking Borough, Ocean Gate Borough, Ocean Township, Pine Beach Borough, Plumsted Township, Point Pleasant Beach Borough, Point Pleasant Borough, Seaside Heights Borough, Seaside Park Borough, Ship Bottom Borough, South Toms River Borough, Surf City Borough, Stafford Township, Toms River Township, and Tuckerton Borough.