Water Heaters

“Should I Flush My Water Heater?” [FAQ]

December 19th, 2013

Short answer: Yes. A deteriorated tank has a chance of leaking or bursting, causing costly water damage in your home. According to disastersafety.org, “Water heater failures cost an average of $4,444 per incident after the deductible was paid.”

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Why Do I Need Annual Water Heater Maintenance?

April 19th, 2013

Do you know how long your water heater will live? If you asked Consumer Reports, probably about 10 years. However, a water heater’s life can be cut short if you don’t maintain it. And there are other problems that could surface without regular maintenance, as well.

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How To Keep Your Water Heater From Becoming a Bomb

October 24th, 2012

Did you know that a water heater in disrepair can become a bomb/water rocket that leaves a wake of damage in its path? No, we’re not joking. And Myth Busters has proven it – twice

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Water Heater Buyers’ Guide – Tankless or Traditional?

March 23rd, 2012

If you’re in the market for a new water heater, you have a large selection of options and varieties to choose from. All water heaters fall into two main categories: traditional water heaters and tankless water heaters (also called on-demand or instantaneous). We’ve created a water heater buying guide to help you determine which type suits your home best.

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Make The Most Of Your Water Heater

November 5th, 2009

Most water heaters should last around 10-15 years. To get the most out of your water heater and to keep your water heater in the best energy efficient shape, follow these simple tips.

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