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Should I replace my water heater before it fails?


Henry Johnson, Plumbing Expert

It is recommended to replace your water heater before it fails to avoid any inconvenience and potential damage to your home. A failing water heater can cause leaks, flooding, and even fire hazards. Additionally, replacing your water heater before it fails can save you money on emergency repairs and water damage restoration. The lifespan of a water heater is typically 8-12 years, so if your water heater is approaching this age range, it may be time to consider a replacement. Contact the specialists at 5 Star Best Plumbing for water heater replacement or any other plumbing services you may need.

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