Water Heater Special

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HOW DISASTERS HAPPEN

During the average life span of a water heater, the minerals that have dissolved into the water source collect on the inside of the tank and can slowly corrode the tank over time. Calcium and lime, in particular, react when heated and bind to the inside of the tank. Hard water, which has a high lim or calcium content, can reduce the life span of a water heater by 2 or more years. Additionally, some sources of water, such as springs and wells, can pull up sediment and deposit sand and mud inside the water heater, reducing it’s effectiveness even more quickly than minerals. A water heater that uses hard water or well water should be drained, or flushed, about once a year to help extend the life of the tank.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

No matter what kind of water heater used, regular maintenance will increase it’s lifespan. A certified heating and plumbing specialist can detect potential problems, recommend water treatment, if necessary and take other measures to prevent a premature breakdown of the water heater. The manufacturer of your water heater may have specific requirements for routine maintenance, so consult the owner’s manual before calling a plumbing. Regular maintenance can extend the life of your water heater by up to 5 years!

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