How old is it?

My water furnace is really nearing the end of its service life, but i have been procrastinating over buying and installing a modern a single. I did some research and l acquired that a tank-style water furnace respectfully lasts between numerous and twelve years. I wasn’t exactly sure of the age of our water heater, then most articles I read suggested replacing the furnace prior to it failing. I can see the wisdom in being proactive. It would be nice to avoid the unpleasant surprise of having no hot water for our afternoon shower in the middle of the winter. I’m sure a modern water furnace would be more energy efficient. I am just reluctant to spend the currency on the purchase price and installation. I don’t want to attempt the task myself. I’d need to hire a professional plumber to ensure correct sizing and get rid of the old tank. I would either need to take a afternoon off from work or sacrifice our Wednesday. I decided to start by confirming the age of the water heater. I found the serial number on the bottom section of the tank, but unfortunately, the tank is in such terrible condition, the built-in date wasn’t legible. I then dug through our collection of owner’s manuals and found the a single for the water heater. I had written the serial number on the owner’s manual! By putting the manufacturer’s name and serial number into Google, I figured out the exact age of the model. My water furnace is sixteen years old. I am now in a hurry to get a modern water furnace installed as soon as possible.

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