Re: Water Heater Leaking. Replace or Repair?
Posted by Luis on November 01, 2001 at 19:43:13:
In response to Re: Water Heater Leaking. Replace or Repair?
: Allen:--Some water heaters last for twenty years, but they are the exception ..not the rule.
: A 15 year old water heater that has started to drip, is trying to tell you something...like good bye.
: Take the time you have left (before the heater breathes its' last) to find a replacement heater.
: To set the stage for a twenty year stay in your house hold with the new water heater...Plan to drain the accumulation of debris from the tank bottom on a regular basis, and set the temperture
: at no higher than 135 degrees F...see you in 2020 Bud.


: My gas water heater is probably about 10-15 yrs. old
: : and it now drips out the bottom I've discovered. I can't
: : tell the origin of the leak so my question is should I
: : attempt repair with a professional or just have a new
: : one installed?
My water started to leak, what to do? replace with a new one or repair it myself>




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