Completing scheduled preventive maintenance on a hot water heater at least every 12 months helps keep it performing at its very best. We provide maintenance membership plans to help homeowners save on service, standing behind it with an industry-leading 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.*
Our technicians will inspect the temperature release valve to confirm it isn’t blocked or damaged. This valve allows water to drain if the pressure inside the tank gets too high.
The anode rod is designed to intentionally attract debris, corroding itself instead of the water heater. We’ll check to see if this should be replaced.
Tank water heaters should be flushed a couple times a year to avoid the buildup of rust, corrosion, or sediment. Tankless water heaters should additionally be cleaned out occasionally to ensure continued effectiveness.
Tankless water heaters have filters that should be cleaned on a consistent basis. These filters prevent sediment and excess buildup from getting into your water system.
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Tank water heaters should be drained at least once a year. Technicians will also inspect internal components like the anode rod to find out if it needs to be replaced, as well as the temperature pressure release (TPR) valve to ensure it’s not blocked. The TPR valve releases water when there is excess pressure in the tank and ensures that your pipes don’t burst. If this valve isn’t performing like it’s supposed to, we can recommend if it needs to be replaced.
Although tankless water heaters don’t store water, the system still ought to be flushed regularly. There are also two filters in tankless water heaters that stop buildup or debris from getting through, and our staff will check and clean those meticulously.
Homeowners should schedule hot water heater maintenance 1-2 times per year, depending on the model of water heater, energy source and local water quality. Tankless water heaters should have maintenance performed twice per year.
Maintenance plans are worth the investment for several reasons. Having routine maintenance for both tank and tankless water heaters can decrease the need for expensive repairs because things are less likely to break. You can also prolong the life span of your water heater, preventing premature replacement.
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