Water Heater Service & Repair

Water heater service & replacementHere are some common questions about Water Heaters.

I believe my water heater tank is leaking.  What should I do?
You should call All Star Plumbing right away! Leaking water heaters usually indicate the bottom of the tank has rusted. There are really no good repairs for this problem. You most likely need a new water heater.

Is there anything I can do to prolong the life of my water heater?
The best way to prolong the life of your plumbing fixtures and extend the life of your water heater is to install a water softener or water conditioner in your home. These systems are designed to stop scale build-up, protect pipes and fixtures and make all appliances that use water more efficient.

How long should my water heater last?
How long a water heater lasts depends on how well it is maintained, the water quality in your area, proper installation, and amount of use. When you buy a water heater, it’s always good to look at all of the information that comes with it. That way, you will know what to expect. If you install your new water heater properly and maintain it, you can expect great results. For example, if your less expensive water heater is guaranteed to last for six years, with proper maintenance; it will probably last for eight. It’s always better to buy a better water heater. This is because it works twenty-four hours a day everyday for the whole year! So when you buy a water heater that is guaranteed to last for ten years it will probably last for twelve. Considering that the average family has a forty-gallon water tank and uses quite a bit of hot water, it’s worth it to get the better hot water tank and have us professionally install it.


Bob ZaryBnicky
All Star Plumbing