Inspections For Water Heaters

When it comes to maintenance, procrastination is never a good idea –since a lack of proper preventive maintenance can often lead to injuries and damages on electrical appliances. The question here is, how do you know if your water heater is due for maintenance? This is one of the reasons we recommend our service. Here are some factors we bring to perspective to help prevent damages and leakages in water heaters.

Position

This is one of the first steps to take; our team locates the position where the heater is installed. Most times, it is often placed in the outer wall, and the water and gas supply line can be located in the garage or building basement.

Check for Leaks

Once we spot out the position, our team inspect the pipes and tank for rust and leaks.

  • Our professionals will check out areas that have connected pipes that lead to your water heater.
  • We run a check on the release valve
  • Also, we observe underneath the hot water heater.

Flushing

To have your heater in good condition, it is essential to check out for sediment particles underneath the water heater tank. This prevents the pipe that connects the water heater to your apartment from getting clogged with sediment. We ensure the tank is flushed correctly to enhance the overall performance of the heater. Feel free to get in touch with us if you are yet to do this on your hot water tank.

Pressure Test

water heater being repaired during an inspection
When it comes to maintenance, procrastination is never a good idea –since a lack of proper preventive maintenance can often lead to injuries and damages on electrical appliances. The question here is, how do you know if your water heater is due for maintenance? This is one of the reasons we recommend our service. Here are some factors we bring to perspective to help prevent damages and leakages in water heaters.

Position

This is one of the first steps to take; our team locates the position where the heater is installed. Most times, it is often placed in the outer wall, and the water and gas supply line can be located in the garage or building basement.

Check for Leaks

Once we spot out the position, our team inspect the pipes and tank for rust and leaks.
Our professionals will check out areas that have connected pipes that lead to your water heater.
We run a check on the release valve
Also, we observe underneath the hot water heater.

Flushing

To have your heater in good condition, it is essential to check out for sediment particles underneath the water heater tank. This prevents the pipe that connects the water heater to your apartment from getting clogged with sediment. We ensure the tank is flushed correctly to enhance the overall performance of the heater. Feel free to get in touch with us if you are yet to do this on your hot water tank.

Pressure Test

Carrying out a pressure test is extremely important. We do this monthly for most of our clients. As professionals that understand how dangerous a pressure test can be, we take close caution by sticking to the manufacture’s instruction attached to the model of your water heater. If there be a need for pressure replacement, it’s done professionally without endangering the lives and properties within your home.

Anode Rod Inspection

The anode rod is prone to two things, calcium deposit (depending on the type of water used) and general wear. This rod is embedded in the water heater to control the degree of corrosion and rust. Although the duration solely depends on the type of water been used.
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If your home uses hard water, how often? If this happens frequently, call our service line for a pro inspection. If we discover an anode been excessively coated by calcium to ½ inch, then a replacement is advised.

Vent Inspection

Our team of professionals carries out this form of inspection for gas-powered heaters. If you have a water heater that is designed with a vent, we ensure the vent is not clogged since build ups of sediment are possible with an increase in its life span. A clogged vent can lead to the accumulation of Carbon monoxide (CO), and this can often lead to fatal accidents if ignored. We help our client inspect all pipes on the water heater to check out for CO leakage.

We proud ourselves of our wealth of experience regarding all forms of water heater inspection, and it delights our hearts to share applicable tips with all of our clients –on how the steps are carried out if they are interested. We understand the fact that “jacks of all trade end up to masters of none.” This is one of the reasons why we distinguished ourselves with excellence when it comes to water heater inspection, maintenance, repairs, and installation, and we are ever willing to provide you with reasonable tips on how to go about each step. Call us at 651-217-8461!

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