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OrlandoHokie

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Do you replace a water heater proactively or do you wait for a trouble?


My water heater in my townhouse is 14 years old and still works fine. Should I wait till it stops working or should I proactively change it out?

Posted: 05/26/2020 at 01:12AM



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  Depends on where it is located. -- RTFC 05/26/2020 09:13AM
  You certainly weren't pumped after that. ** -- HokieSignGuy 05/26/2020 10:09AM
  Proactively; I am a risk adverse kinda person ** -- BleedinOandM 05/26/2020 08:03AM
  Recommend keep using the one you have. -- Rockville Hokie 05/26/2020 07:44AM
  It depends -- MAHokie69 05/26/2020 07:16AM
  It is Electric. I think I am just going to ride it out. ** -- OrlandoHokie 05/26/2020 08:39AM
  Boogie woogie ** -- MP4VT2004 05/26/2020 08:52AM
  Mines 43 yrs old works like brand new. They dont -- okiehokie1 05/26/2020 06:07AM
  Yearly maintenance and a good pre filter ? ** -- MEHOKIE 05/26/2020 09:21AM
  That is absolutely incredible. -- MP4VT2004 05/26/2020 07:37AM
  Replace it, go with tankless and be done with it -- bluehokie 05/26/2020 01:55AM
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