Dan Butler, Utah's ExpertFrom Centerville, Utah. Dan has been a professional plumber in Utah for over 25 years. Dan has lost count, but the number of water heater's he's replaced is in the thousands. His approach is fair, honest work. He'll get you what you need and doesn't overcharge. It's the D Star way.
Expert InstallationThere are countless people out there who will offer to install your water heater. Unfortunately, many of them are not particularly good at it. It’s not rocket science, but it does require attention to detail, proper safety protocols, and an ability to adapt to unforeseen circumstances. We have installed thousands of water heaters so we have you covered in all of these areas.
5 Signs Your Water Heater Needs to be Replaced
There are a few signs to look for that could indicate a problem with your water heater – and possibly the need for replacement
When the plumbing in your house is good, you shouldn’t have to worry about rusty water coming out of your pipes. There can be multiple sources of rust, including your pipes and your water heater. If it’s the pipes, we can talk to you about your options for fixing the problem. If the rust is coming from your water heater, it’s a sign that the steel inside the heater is breaking down. Steel is tough – but rust eventually destroys steel, especially if the steel is regularly exposed to water. If you want to determine if the rust is coming from your pipes or your water heater, you can find out. Drain your water heater using a bucket. If you are still getting rusty water in the third bucketload of water, chances are the rust is coming from your pipes.