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How often should a water heater be replaced?

On average, tank-type water heaters have a lifespan of eight to ten years. Your nice, warm morning shower is an important part of your everyday routine and the last thing you want is for it to be interrupted by an unexpected rush of cold water. If your water has run cold, it may be time for a water heater replacement.

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