The average lifespan of a residential water heater is 8-12 years, with some models lasting up to 20 years. You should consider replacing your water heater when it begins to make abnormal noises, or if its tank starts to leak. If you haven’t had the water heater inspected in several years, have a plumber come and check it out for damage.
If your faucet is leaking or sputtering, then you may need a new one. Other signs include discoloration around the base of the faucet, rusting in the handle area, and difficulty turning the handle on and off. If you’re not sure whether you need a new faucet or just require repair work, call a plumber to inspect the situation.
Your pipes may freeze if the temperature outside dips too low. Pipes can be insulated with foam wrap or heated tape, or you can keep a trickle of water running through them to keep them from freezing. If your pipes have frozen and burst, contact a plumber in Phoenix, AZ immediately. They will be able to repair or replace the damaged pipes.
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