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Have you ever woken up to your early alarm clock, stumbled into the bathroom, turned on the shower, and stepped in just to be smacked in the face with cold water? Trust us…we’ve all been there before and it isn’t pleasant!

Your water heater is considered a luxury, and when it stops working that’s when you give us a call to install or repair your water heater. The average life of a water heater can be anywhere from eight to 12 years, but what if we told you that you could prolong the life of your system by doing routine maintenance?

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A water heater is an integral part of the daily life inside your home. Without one, you will not be able to have hot water for showers, washing dishes or cooking. Therefore when a hot water heater begins to experience problems, the longer it sits in need of repair, the longer it disrupts your day-to-day living. Being able to diagnose when a heater is in need of service, as well as how to get the best repair possible is an important part of home ownership.

Water heaters are fairly reliable and can stay in working order for decades because of their simplicity and uniform design, but occasionally, you can experience some troubles with your water heater that can become apparent quickly from noticing the following common symptoms:

(1) The first sign a heater may be struggling is if there is inadequate hot water or none at all.

(2) Also, if the water is rust colored or smells rotten there could be an issue inside the tank.

(3) Finally a whining, popping or buzzing sound from the heater is indicative of a problem that could result in heater failure if left untreated.

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Water Heater Maintenance

Increase Efficiency & Saves You Money

Sediment buildup is very common in water heaters, and can be a major contributor to making your system less efficient. If you’ve ever heard banging or knocking noises coming from your water heater, this is likely a sign that you need to have your water heater flushed. The sediment is caused from loose minerals in the water, which then settles on the bottom making it more difficult to produce hot water. We suggest that you flush your water heater at least once a year or every 6 months. Once you’ve done this, you will likely save money on your next utility bill and get hot water quicker!

Decrease The Likelihood Of Costly Breakdowns

Studies show that homeowners have a plumber in their home once every three years. If you have yearly water heater maintenance, our technician will catch water heater leaks, corrosion, or anything that is prohibiting your system to work at 100%. As an added value, when you hire us you’re also entitled to a FREE whole-house plumbing inspection.

No Surprises

Nobody enjoys a cold shower or coming home to a flood in their basement from their broken water heater. Having regular water heater maintenance will help you avoid those awful surprises.

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