Most people don’t think about their water heater until it’s too late. And by too late, that means either water is leaking all over the floor or you open your hot water tap and only cold water comes out.

So it’s always a good idea to replace your water heater BEFORE it’s too late. City Wide is now offering water heater replacements in the following areas:

  • Overland Park
  • Leawood
  • Lenexa
  • Shawnee
  • Roeland Park

So, When Is The Best Time to Replace a Water Heater?

A typical water heater in this area should last anywhere from 10 – 15 years old, so if you know your water heater is at least that age or older, now is the time.

There are some other signs you can look for as well:

  1. Hot water doesn’t last as long when showering or bathing. This is a sign that sediment may be collecting at the bottom of your water heater, which leaves less hot water to use in your home.
  2. You start to see small water drips under your water heater. This means that the bottom of the water heater could be rusting out, which will definitely lead to bigger issues should the water heater start leaking heavily.

What Water Heater Service Does City Wide Offer?

City Wide can replace your water heater in non-emergency situations. We typically install direct replacements of your existing water heaters, which usually means a 40 or 50 gallon water heater.

Contact the office at 913-384-6006, and we will send a technician out to assess your water heater.