Tankless Water Heater Repair
As your San Diego tankless water heater repair experts, one of the things we love most about these systems is how rarely they break down.
Unlike conventional units, tankless water heaters don’t require those big, unwieldy tanks that are constantly threatening to spring a leak. And while it’s true that tankless water heaters typically last 5-10 times longer than traditional tanked systems, that doesn’t mean that they are completely maintenance-free, or that they won’t develop problems over the course of their lifetimes.
With regular and continued daily use, sooner or later, your tankless water heater will inevitably need repairs (at least once). Keep in mind, also, that repairs may 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, like fluctuating temperatures or your demand for hot water isn’t being met, it’s probably time to call in the tankless water heater repair experts at Arnett’s Water Systems.
Having dedicated over 25 years to this business, we’ve learned the ins and outs of every tankless system. Our top priority is to making sure that our customers are happy and comfortable with their water systems, and if not, we guarantee we will make it happen.
The Importance of Water System Flushing
Most manufacturers recommend professional inspections for your water unit every 6 months and up to 2 years, depending on your system’s model and frequency of use. A good rule of thumb for optimizing efficiency and proficiency of your unit, is conducting maintenance annually. The #1 maintenance process essential for your unit is called, “flushing.”
The benefits of annual flushing for your water heater system are:
- Removing sediment build-up.
- Preventing and eliminating system malfunction associated with rust and corrosion.
- Build-up and corrosion-free system maintains an easy, free-flow supply of clean, and fresh water.