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Yes, Your Tankless Water Heater Needs Maintenance Too!

What do you think of when someone says the word maintenance? Do you think of taking your car to the mechanic? Perhaps you think of some other piece of heavy machinery that you use regularly, or your plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL? Not many people think of their water heater and maintenance together. That’s what we’re hoping to change today.

Water heaters are vital to our lives. You might not think about it much—but there are a ton of things you’d be missing if you didn’t have a correctly working hot water heater. From hot showers to cleaner dishes, we owe much of our comfortable lives to these machines. It only makes sense to provide sensible maintenance by a professional on a yearly basis to keep them in pristine condition.

Keep reading as we shed light on the benefits of water heater maintenance.

What Is Water Heater Maintenance?

When your water heater is maintained, there are some specific things that a technician must do. First, they flush the system out. This gets rid of all the water so that they can better inspect the interior of the water heater, notice if there’s any corrosion, and do this all without causing a leak. The pressure release valve will also be checked to make sure that your system isn’t leaking pressure and causing your whole house’s plumbing to suffer for it.

The Anode Rod

Every tank water heater has an anode rod. This rod is meant to absorb the minerals and sediment deposits that naturally exist in your water. Some technicians call it the “sacrificial anode rod,” because it is purely intended to be sacrificed for the overall health of your water heater tank. Without this anode rod, sediment and minerals will solidify on your actual water heater and cause problems within a couple of years. This rod is meant to extend the lifespan of your system and keep your water clean!

A technician will be able to tell if you need a new anode rod when they perform annual maintenance. Otherwise, you could start to see flakes of rust, minerals, or other things in your home’s water that will signal your water heater is starting to fail.

The Benefits of Maintenance

We could go on and on about the specifics of water heater maintenance. The truth is that as a homeowner you might not be concerned with all of that. What you should be concerned with are the monetary and lifestyle benefits you get from signing up from such a service. Here are a few things to look forward to:

  • Longer water heater lifespan
  • Less expensive water heater repairs
  • Lower energy consumption
  • Better results from your water heater

Seriously, all these things are possible and more when you sign up for water heater maintenance. A professional technician has all the right tools, knowledge, and expertise to address any small issues with your system and make sure its in the best condition possible. It might not be the most well-known service in the world, but it’s worth every penny.

At Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC, you can count on nice people and super service. Call our super friendly team today!

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