Gas and electric water heater temperatures are set at the factory, but can be adjusted for your own preferences with only a couple of tools.
Taking care of your water heater, as well as other appliances in your home is extremely important, as it will ensure that they will serve you for years to come. Unfortunately, if you are someone who doesn’t have a lot of experience with doing it, maintaining the water heater and other devices in good shape might be a struggle.
However, you couldn’t end up in a better place. In this section, you will find dozens of helpful articles that will ensure the proper maintenance of your water heater. Whether you want to replace a part of it, clean it, or find out what you can do to make it last longer, you can read all about it here.
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Water heaters are often ignored until a failure occurs. You don’t realize how much they do for you until they stop working. To help protect yourself from unexpected issues, it’s important to look out for signs of trouble and stay on top of smaller maintenance checks over time.
All water heaters have a safety valve designed to release excess pressure from the tank in the event that the water gets too hot.
The way a water heater works, cold water enters through a dip tube that runs down to the bottom of the tank and hot water exits from the top of the tank. This results in sediment, rust, and contaminants from the water sinking to the bottom of the tank where it builds up over time.