The average life of a water heater is approximately 10 years. For some areas, depending on the composition of local water, it could be much lower. Unfortunately, it's often the case that when the water heater starts to fail, it's also time to replace the unit.
To avoid the inconvenience of hot water loss and the expense of cleaning up water from a leak, consider replacing your water heater before problems arise. Check your current water heater for signs of rust or mineral build-up. If you notice any signs of corrosion, it may be a good idea to proactively replace your appliance.
When you need a new water heater fast, leasing is a smart, budget-friendly choice. Here’s what makes our leasing program so convenient:
- No up-front costs for standard installation
- Top quality water heaters
- Fast installation by pre-qualified, licensed service providers
- No unexpected repair bills to pay
- Low monthly payments
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Your decision to replace your hot water heater is usually made when it’s not working properly—or not working at all. That’s when you want a new water heater installed as soon as possible, without any inconvenience to you or your family. This is our goal too. That’s why we offer you one call convenience—make just one call and relax. There’s no up-front cost for a standard installation and you pay only a low monthly fee. Plus, if something does go wrong, there are no repair charges.
If you choose to go out and buy a new water heater, have it delivered and get it installed, it could cost around $1,100 or more. If you would like to avoid paying these up-front costs and have peace of mind of knowing that you and your family will be provided with dependable warm water, consider leasing a natural gas water heater.