As your San Diego tankless water heater repair experts, one of the things we love most about these systems is how little they breakdown.
Unlike conventional units, tankless’ don’t have those big, unwieldy tanks that are constantly threatening to spring a leak. But, that doesn’t mean that they are maintenance-free, or that they won’t develop problems over the course of their life (which happens to be 5-10 times longer than that of a tanked unit).
Tankless Water Heater Maintenance
Most manufacturers recommended that tankless water heaters be professionally inspected every six months to two years, depending on model and frequency of use. If you’re looking for a good rule of thumb, it’s safe to say that in most cases, maintenance should occur on annually. The number one maintenance item to pay attention to in your water heater’s service regimen is a process called “flushing.”
What’s so important about this maintenance?
- Flushing your tankless water heater removes sediment build up.
- It also helps to eliminate problems associated with rust and corrosion.
- Without any build up or corrosion, everything can flow freely and constantly, giving you a steady supply of clean, fresh water.
Tankless Water Heater Repair
You and your family use water a lot every, single day so with or without maintenance, your tankless water heater is going to inevitably need repairs at least once. Of course, repairs will be needed sooner on a system that hasn’t had regular maintenance.
So, if you notice anything out of the ordinary going on with your hot water – fluctuating temperatures, your demand of hot water isn’t being met, etc – it’s time to call in the experts at Arnett’s Water Systems.
We have dedicated over 21 years to this business, learning the ins and outs of every tankless system. Our number one goal is to ensure our customers are happy and comfortable, we can guarantee we’ll get you there.
All it takes is one phone call – so, contact Arnett’s today and we’ll be right over!