If you can’t decide whether to change your water heater now or wait for a malfunction, we’re here to help you make a decision fast. Before we reveal the answer, ask yourself once again, “Should I replace my water heater before it fails?”
The answer is a great big YES.
In fact, according to SF Gate Home Guides, the basis is your water heater’s warranty. No matter how okay the appliance is, as soon as it reaches its warranty, your responsibility is to replace it pronto.
To be honest, we believe discarding a functioning water heater isn’t really a waste. Warranties can go up to 12 years. That’s why before buying one, make sure its warranty spans a decade.
What if you choose to wait until your water heater fails?
There are two factors that might stress you out. First, you should know how to deal with the water inside the tank. Also, the supply line will just run continuously unless a person manually stops it.
“Should I replace my water heater before it fails?”
You know what, you really should. It’s easier to change the appliance than dealing with a technical problem. Just remember to monitor your water heater’s warranty.
We also have some facts about gas water heaters. How long do they usually last?