Enjoy Warm Water

Posted by Gary Gray on Jan 21, 2019


Waiting for your shower to warm up can be especially frustrating during the chilly winter months. If you're dealing with lukewarm water, your water heater may be on its way out. Check out which issues signal repairing or replacing your water heater and what new options are out there if you do need a new one.

Determine Whether to Replace or Repair

Whether you use gas or electric, traditional tank-style water heaters have a lifespan of 8-12 years. The older your unit is, the less efficient it becomes. If your water heater is increasing in age, or if you find yourself revisiting the same issues over and over, it may be time to have a new one installed. Aside from age of your unit, here are some potential signs you may need a replacement:

Consider New Options

If you do have to replace, you don't have to settle for a similar unit when there are lots of newer, more efficient systems that can help slash your water bill and bring you hot water on demand.

If you want help repairing your current water heater or choosing and installing a new one, our experts are here for you. Call David Gray Plumbing at (904) 724-7211 or visit

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