Warmer weather during the summer may mean you won’t turn on your furnace, but there’s one heating system in your house that will keep working away: the water heater. No matter the outdoor temperatures, you still must have hot, running water for jobs like cooking, washing the dishes (cold water doesn’t cut it when it comes to grease!), showering, and bathing. You can’t afford to have your hot water vanish because your water heater abruptly fails on you.
Fortunately, water heaters rarely stop working without giving some warning signs. Below we’ve listed signs that tell you it’s time to call for service for your water heater in Clovis, NM—before you lose your hot water entirely!