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Top Three Water Heater Maintenance Tips You Need to Know August 9, 2016

Anchorage, Anchorage County
Top Three Water Heater Maintenance Tips You Need to Know, Anchorage, Alaska

Having hot water is something most people take for granted — at least until their water heater goes out. The good news is that you can take proactive steps to prevent a broken water heater by observing proper maintenance protocols throughout the year. According to First Class Plumbing and Heating in Anchorage, AK, taking care of any water heater issues before they lead to a system failure is the smartest thing a homeowner can do to save the money and prevent home damage.  

First Class Plumbing and Heating is a 24-hour plumbing service that specializes in boiler service, furnace maintenance, and water heater repair and installation. Their team of licensed and insured technicians has years of experience in diagnosing faulty water heater systems. Here are their top three tips for keeping your water heater running smoothly:

  • Know How To Shut Off The Water: The first step in maintaining your water heater is knowing what to do in the event of an emergency. Check out your water heater to find the shutoff valve for water leading into the system in case it starts leaking. You should also locate where the gas shutoff valve or breaker is that supplies power to the system to be able to shut down power quickly.
  • Water HeaterDrain Your Water Heater: You should drain a few gallons of water out of your water heater every year through the drain valve. Inspecting this water can show you whether or not there is an accumulation of sediment and debris that needs to be flushed from the system completely. If the drained water contains a lot of sediment, a full flush is recommended.
  • Have Your Water Heater Inspected Annually: Regular water heater maintenance is a must to keep your system running effectively. Call a trusted residential plumber from a reputable company, like First Class Plumbing and Heating, to fully inspect your system to make sure the system is in good working order. Regular maintenance can help save you money from repairs down the road and increase efficiency, which can result in lower energy bills.

Your home is your biggest investment. Call the area’s leading water heater service experts at First Class Plumbing and Heating at (907) 529-4328 or visit them online to find out more about their low rates and world-class customer service. 

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