When to Replace Your Boiler

In today’s article we will be talking about a few signs that you will be able to notice that signify that you should think about getting your water heater or boiler changed. These telltale signs will be enough reason for you to no longer just repair the boiler or get it fixed but actually go out and get it replaced. If you want more details or for more information, you can look up different signs of a worn out boiler online.

So the first major sign that you could get that your boiler is no longer working as well as it should be is if you start to notice some standing water next to the boiler. You should note that there should be no standing water near your boiler if it has not been in use for at least a decade. If there is then you should get it checked and fixed. However, if it has been more than 10 years of you using the boiler and there is standing water near it all the time then that means your boilers structural integrity is falling. Over time the constant flow of water and heat has weakened the boiler and you should probably replace it.

Another telltale sign that things are off with your boiler is that you have rusty water coming through your taps. Over time the inside of the boiler starts becoming affected by the water and heat and that ends up with the boiler developing rust on the side. The way to check if this is a replacement worthy problem is to fill a full bucket with just hot water from the taps a few times. If the rust is just a small problem it will stop but if the rust continues coming in then replace it.

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