When to Change:


While it often comes down to the age and overall condition of your existing water heater and your preference of aesthetics and usage, it is time to change your water heater in any of the following circumstances:

  • If the product is not meeting your specific requirement today.
  • If the requirement of your family is more than the capacity of the existing water heater.
  • If the water heater is not 5 star rated, and is therefore consuming precious energy.
  • If the water isn’t getting as hot as it used to.
  • If your find rust/sediment in the water.
  • If you notice leakages in the body of heater
  • If you hear banging in the pipes.
  • If your water heater is making noise.

All hindware-Atlantic water heaters bring you the latest in technology, consumer benefit & safety features. Providing you and your family comfort for a lifetime*.

*Life time: The definition of a life time is 14 years. The lifespan of a water heater also depends on quality ofinput water, external sources, routine maintenance and handling and may vary from product to product. However, the company will limit its liability as per the warranty issued at the time of purchase. We recommend that you get your hindware-Atlantic product serviced on regular intervals by authorized Service Engineers to get the best.