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Hot Water Tank Service Toronto - We Repair All Water Heaters

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Hot Water Tank Service Toronto - We Repair All Water Heaters

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  1. Top 5 Suggestions to Keep Your Water Heater Healthy Most people would admit that hot water is essential. What you may not understand is when water is drawn in, dirt and minerals also earn their way into your water furnace, which makes the heater push harder, and lets it gradually rust. It sounds more severe than it is. Your water heater should serve about 15 years with the proper maintenance, and luckily, it’s not hard. Here are five ideas about what you can do to have things running stable and efficiently:

  2. 1. To save on electricity costs, turn the thermostat below 120 degrees. For every 10 degrees you reduce the temperature; you’ll conserve approximately 5% in energy. 2. Insulate older units to increase efficiency.

  3. This decreases heat loss by up to 45%, which could strip an average of 9% off your water heating expenses. 3. Every year, test the Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve (TPRV.) This valve restricts unnecessary pressure and has the water heater from exploding. To examine the TPRV: • Switch off the power and cold-water stock valves. • Set a bucket underneath. • Raise the valve to let some water out, then allow if it keeps running or dripping, you’ll want to drain the tank partway and fit a new valve. 4. Pour ¼ of the tank a few times a year to eliminate sediment and debris (and the heater will operate quieter.) To drain: • Switch off the electricity or gas to destroy the pilot light. • Fasten up a garden hose to the pipe and run water to the surface or bathtub for ten to fifteen seconds. Make sure no other hot fixtures are in control while operating this. 5. Adjust the Viable Anode Rod about every five years before it breaks. Executing this could multiply the life of your water heater. The rod lures corrosive elements and retains them out of the water. Though the rod itself gets rusted, it can’t do its work, and the water heater could decay. (Do not eliminate it permanently, or it will void company warranties.)

  4. There are a few options for the kind of rod you use. • A magnesium anode rod guards better but doesn’t serve as long. • Aluminum/zinc rods are more affordable and are suggested for smelly water. • Be sure to ask a water treatment specialist before buying and installing a brand-new rod.

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