Sponsored Brief: If your water heater is 10 years old, it’s time to replace it.
Last updated 11/14/2018 at Noon
The average life of a standard water heater is 10 years. The one you have now may not look any different than it did when it was installed a decade ago. But they deteriorate from the inside, so you won’t see anything.
Yet, your water heater continues to rust and rot until it reaches the point when it starts leaking. When those tanks go, they really go. Gallons upon gallons of water everywhere.
Overnight you could have an inch of water in your basement, garage or kitchen pantry, depending on where your tank is located. Replace that 10-year-old tank now, before it’s too late.
Call Apollo Plumbing today at 425-387-1507, before the holiday rush, to get your tank replaced. Save now on installation while reducing your energy bill by 20 percent or more. Apolloplumbing.net