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Don't Delay! Now Is the Best Time for Water Heater Maintenance! Wednesday, September 15th, 9:00 PM
Plumbing Experts in Johnson City, TN Share Information on Water Heater Maintenance

Johnson City, United States - September 15, 2021 / Marc Francis Plumbing /

Avoid an Emergency and Schedule Water Heater Maintenance Today!

Maintenance is a key to a smoothly running home. It's the key to a smoothly running car, as well. Even humans need occasional maintenance as a yearly checkup or an infusion of exercise after a winter surrounded by sweets. Any complex system will need some maintenance to ensure that it continues to perform at optimal levels. Unfortunately, it's easy for homeowners to forget this, given all the distractions that take up their days. 

From work to getting dinner on the table to helping the kids with their homeowner, there's little time to think about things such as the water heater. This is why homeowners need a little reminder sometimes - in the form of a blog post, in this case!

The Important Role of Water Heater Maintenanceplumber

The water heater is a pretty straightforward appliance. It heats water and allows it to be transported throughout the home whenever it's needed. Pretty simple by modern standards. But that doesn't mean that the water heater isn't a complex system. It's complex enough that it needs regular attention to ensure it runs properly and efficiently. This is why water heater maintenance is important. 

When maintenance is done - once or twice a year, at least - the water heater can stay efficient for longer. This allows the homeowners to save money and gives them the peace of mind that comes from knowing their water heater isn't going to break down on them suddenly. Plus, many water heater warranties state that regular maintenance is required for the appliance to be covered. The makers of these handy appliances know how important maintenance is for prolonging the life of the unit. 

What Does Water Heater Maintenance Entail?

All this talk of maintenance begs the question of what exactly that maintenance entails. What do homeowners get when they pay a plumbing company for maintenance? Several things. Perhaps the big one is the flushing of the system. This is important because the water heater will build up minerals inside the tank, which need to be flushed out lest they cause all kinds of problems, including loss of efficiency and leaks. 

The plumber will also check the temperature-pressure relief valve during water heater maintenance, which is an important safety feature on the water heater. The plumber will also ensure that the anode rod, which protects the tank's inner lining, isn't worn down. They'll also check the burner or element that heats the water. 

Telltale Signs the Water Heater Is Failingwater heater

Those who haven't had maintenance done in a while should look for signs that the water heater is failing. The number one sign something is wrong is the lack of hot water coming out of the faucets. If the water doesn't seem to get hot, it's a sure sign something's up with the water heater. The same goes for if the hot water smells or looks funny. 

Low water pressure when hot water - but not cold - usually indicates a clog, which can be prevented by regularly flushing the system. And finally, strange sounds coming from the water heater like popping, screeching, or banging, all indicate an issue in the appliance. To avoid these issues, simply schedule regular water heater maintenance.

About Marc Francis Plumbing

Marc Francis Plumbing has provided quality plumbing services to Johnson City, TN for over 25 years. Their technicians show up on time and get right to work. They are fully licensed, bonded, insured, and happy to help! Call them today for water heater maintenance in Johnson City, TN. 

Contact Information:

Marc Francis Plumbing

1019 Quality Cir
Johnson City, TN 37615
United States

Marc Ciamaichelo
(423) 915-9260

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