Safeguard Your Water Heater from Winter’s Chill

During the cold-weather months, ensuring that your water heater is well-protected from winter’s chill becomes paramount. The cold temperatures can pose a threat to the efficiency and longevity of your water heating system, leading to increased repairs, premature equipment failure, and no hot water when you need it most. Yet with a few effective strategies,… Continue reading Safeguard Your Water Heater from Winter’s Chill

Water Heater Warning Signs

There are warning signs for most things in life. Let’s say you’re driving along in your car and the “check engine” light comes on. That’s your car’s not-so-subtle way of telling you something requires your attention. Yet, not all warning signs are that cut and dry. Take your water heater, for example. Sure, a sudden… Continue reading Water Heater Warning Signs

Is An Old Water Heater Dangerous?

Drain faucet on an old residential water heater in a home renovation project.

No matter how well built and meticulously maintained, no appliance lasts forever. Your water heater is no exception. But because it’s typically out of sight and out of mind, it’s easy to forget about until a problem arises. However, as a water heater approaches the 10 year mark, it becomes susceptible to problems above and… Continue reading Is An Old Water Heater Dangerous?

Repair or Replace Water Heater

Should I Repair or Replace My Water Heater As odd as it may sound, late spring/early summer is not an uncommon time for water heater repair or replacement. One contributing factor is the extra beating water heaters take during the cold Nebraska winter months. That’s when your unit is forced to heat colder water which… Continue reading Repair or Replace Water Heater