A water heater functioning satisfactorily is a significant matter in almost any building. Many homes that don’t get enough warm water from their water heater experience an ongoing lack of hot water to showers, laundry, dish washers, etc..
If you have a traditional water heater which employs a tank, the tank may be damaged or compromised in some other way. Leaks in tanks can be a result of direct damage, corrosion or normal deterioration from age and use.
Even if you have a tankless system leaks in your pipes can cause loss of pressure preventing adequate delivery to outlets and even an overall scarcity throughout the entire system.
Water heaters usually have a maximum of lifespan of 15 years, but most only last 6 or 8.