How Old is my Water Heater?


If you purchased you water heater, you can look at the date on receipt to tell you how old it is. There is usually a sticker on most water heaters.
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You can check to see how old your water heater is by looking for the manufacture label. It will give you the model number and the date of issue. If you are unable to see the date of issue then you could check the model number.
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