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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It’s not uncommon for homeowners to worry about the maintenance and upkeep of their air conditioning systems and furnaces.
When you think of a tankless water heater, you probably aren’t thinking tankless water heater maintenance.
Having a faulty drain valve on your water heater can be a real headache. Not only can the valve spring a leak, but it can also make your routine flushing almost impossible.
Investing in a tankless water heater is an excellent way to reduce related energy costs and enjoy the benefit of a steady supply of hot water on demand. However, as amazing as a tankless hot water heater can be for you and your family, you don’t want to overlook the importance of preventive maintenance.
However, you can perform most repairs with only a few simple tools that might already be in your tool kit. While not listed here, you may wish to invest in some thread sealing compound to create an airtight seal when replacing anode rods.
On a gas water heater, the gas control valve contains the thermostat and pilot light controls. Unlike components of an electric water heater, the gas control valve is entirely outside the water heater, and mounted near the bottom of the unit.
A common misconception is that a water heater which has stopped functioning has to be replaced. The truth behind the myth is that the only part of the water heater which necessitates replacement is a leak in the tank itself.
Water heaters use an anode rod to attract and remove sediments from the water being heated. An anode rod will corrode and deteriorate over time until it’s no longer capable of functioning and has to be replaced. This is a common problem with older water heaters and in certain parts of the country.