You depend on your water heater to provide a steady supply of hot water for washing dishes, cooking, showers, and more. It’s hard to imagine going one day without a properly functioning water heater. However, a failing water heater will result in just that, not to mention hundreds of dollars in water heater repair or water heater replacement costs. Luckily, most water heater manufacturers offer warranties ranging from 3 to 12 years. A water heater warranty gives you peace of mind, knowing that you could save money if the appliance breaks down.
In this article, Mr. Rooter Plumbing outlines ways to know if your water heater is under warranty. If you’re looking for a reputable plumbing service offering reliable water heater installation services, look no further than Mr. Rooter Plumbing.
The following are the 4 ways to obtain water heater warranty information:
A good place to start is reviewing the documentation you received when you purchased the water heater. Look for the owner's manual, warranty card, or any paperwork related to the warranty. Warranty information, including its duration, terms, and conditions, is often included in these materials.
Another way to know if your water heater is under warranty is to examine the water heater itself for any labels or stickers that indicate warranty information. Water heater manufacturers usually attach a label with the warranty details on the water heater's exterior. Specifically, look for a rectangular sticker located under the brand name.
If you can’t find the documentation and warranty details on the sticker, the alternative is to visit the manufacturer's official website. Most manufacturers provide tools or resources on their websites that allow you to check the warranty status of your specific water heater. Look for a "Warranty" or "Product Registration" section on the website and follow the instructions to check your warranty. If you don't have success with the manufacturer for some reason, you can also reach out to the retailer or seller from whom you purchased the water heater. They may have records of your purchase and be able to assist you in determining the warranty status.
If you’re unable to find warranty information through the website, contact the manufacturer directly. Customer service or support contact information is usually available on the manufacturer's website. The manufacturer will need your water heater's model and serial number to verify the warranty status for you.
Perhaps you need professional help with checking your water heater warranty coverage or advice on choosing the right warranty. The team at Mr. Rooter Plumbing is here to help you with all your water heater warranty needs. From warranty registration to warranty claim assistance and expert advice, our skilled plumbers are ready to help. Mr. Rooter Plumbing is your go-to plumbing company for professional water heater services, including water heater installation and water heater replacement. Whether it’s time to install a new water heater in your home to accommodate your changing needs or you need help with flushing the appliance, our skilled and experienced plumbers have what it takes to do a flawless job.