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Tips To Prevent Water Heater Issues
With the amount of usage your water heater is forced to endure you can expect to have some occasional issues with it. Typically, you can repair many of the issues. However, if it is deemed irreparable you will need water heater replacement services. In this article, we will be going over some of the key tips that you can utilize to minimize water heater issues on your own and some reasons you ought to opt for professional repair services when dealing with issues.
1. Routine Maintenance
Like any other appliance in your household, you want to invest in routine maintenance to maintain optimal efficiency and a properly functioning unit. Not only is it going to minimize and prevent issues from occurring, but it can even extend the lifespan of your unit. You want to call on a professional to handle the routine preventative maintenance of your unit. A professional will be better suited to spotting and correcting issues with your heater that could lead to extensive repair.
2. Proper Insulation
You want to invest in proper insulation, especially for older units. Having the right amount of insulation for your heater can help to optimize energy efficiency and keep your water heater from having to work harder which can extend its lifespan.
3. Regulating Your Thermostat
Because water heating accounts for 18 percent of the total energy consumed in your home, the U.S Department Of Energy recommends that homeowners turn down the temperature of your water heater to 120 degrees which will help to maximize energy savings and to avoid scalding your hands .
4. Frequently Checking The Pressure Valve.
Another good preventative tip that you can utilize would be to check the pressure valve to see if your system is working as it should. The valve is essential for regulating the pressure and temperature of your unit. Therefore, you want to ensure that it is functioning as it should minimize potentially costly repairs. When the valve is released, you should listen for a hiss of air coming out. If you don’t hear air being released or you notice that your valve is leaking, you might be dealing with a faulty valve.
Getting proper routine maintenance from a professional like us can help you prevent having to deal with costly and inconvenient water heater repairs. We will be able to quickly and thoroughly inspect your water heater to ensure that it is functioning properly. Along with this, we will be able to spot minor issues prior to them snowballing into major ones. This will allow us to tackle the issues at a minimal cost to you versus an extensive repair. If you do happen to experience major issues with your water heater, we offer complete water heater emergency services which can help limit the damage caused by it. Your water heater is such an important aspect of your home and dealing with a malfunctioning unit can really prove to be a major inconvenience. Don’t let a broken or malfunctioning water heater ruin your quality of life.
Call us today for routine maintenance, water heater repair, or even a brand new water heater installation if you’re located in any of the areas around Milwaukee, such as, Mequon, Glendale, Brookfield, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, New Berlin, Franklin, Cudahy, Oak Creek, West Allis, Germantown, Wauwatosa, Whitefish Bay, Shorewood, Hales Corners, Muskego, St. Francis, Greenfiled, South Milwaukee, and our professionals will get your water heater back to functioning optimally to save you money with better heating efficiency.