Water Heater Repair Tempe

Water Heater Repair Tempe shares hot water heater repair tips and information on various types of water heaters.

Total Water Heater Maintenance Tasks

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Gas Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Use and Care | 0 comments

Water Heater Repair Tempe is not about to discuss the unhappy tales concerning water heater maintenance of “awakening to the freezing bath,” here. Likewise, we shall presume that one realizes the straightforward notion of being sure ones water heater is maintained routinely in an effort to receive the most from its expected life. This helps one reduce costs on power costs as well. All of that is wise we understand. Though hot water heaters do not require a lot concerning maintenance (and we are astounded, even though not shocked, by the sheer number of customers we come across...

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Water Heater CO2 Poisoning Prevention

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Gas Water Heater Repair Tempe, Tankless Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Replacement Tempe | 0 comments

Today Water Heater Repair Tempe is going to look at the dark side of water heaters. Although a rather maintenance free home appliance, there are 2 sizeable potential issues one really should perform safety with to guarantee everybody in the household is protected. The first threat is of a water heater explosion, and the next, that is our theme the following, is carbon monoxide poisoning. Any nonrenewable fuel burning device creates this lethal gas, including water heaters, but this danger can be managed very easily. Let’s examine first, the factors and sources of carbon monoxide...

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Emergency Water Heater Shut Off

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in Water Heater Repair Tempe | 0 comments

No person wishes to think of this, however it is necessary to comprehend the actions associated with closing down ones water heater in case it is required in an emergency Tempe water heater scenario. 1. Shut Off the Gas or Electricity Gas – Turn the dial on the top of the thermostat from the “on” to the “off” location. This will switch off the gas at the water heater. If the scent of gas is ever discovered, get out of the household and make contact with the local gas company instantly. Electric – Find the breaker box and shut off the breaker for the water...

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Knowing the Best Water Heater Temperature

Posted by on Mar 2, 2014 in Gas Water Heater Repair Tempe, Tankless Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Repair Tempe | 0 comments

Much has been debated over what is an optimum water heater temperature level setting. Many sources, including ENERGY STAR, provide the energy conserving elements of temperatures of 120 degrees or lower. And yes, there are savings to be had, however reasonably for those whose present setting is closer to the typical factory preset temperature of 140 degrees. On the other hand, not as many share info about the possibility of contracting Legionella bacteria with a lower setting, particularly with a temperature lower than 120 degrees. OSHA states some excellent safety measures for preventing...

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How to Remove Odors from a Tempe Water Heater

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Water Heater Repair Tempe | 0 comments

Though not a pleasant smell Water Heater Repair Tempe knows when one puts a glass of water or goes to take a shower and the water smells like rotten eggs, it can be corrected. Usually, the smell is because of excess germs that has actually established in the water tank. It can happen more typically for homes that use a well or cities that use a well to provide the water. According to Soquel Creek Water District, the smell is the result of four factors that must all be present for the odor to develop. These factors include: A high concentration of sulfate in the raw water Sulfate reducing...

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Pros and Cons of Tankless Water Heaters in Tempe

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Tankless Water Heater Repair Tempe, Water Heater Repair Tempe | 0 comments

A tankless water heater is occasionally called an “on demand” water heater since it does not hold hot water, but rather warms water right at the faucet only when one needs it. Many water heaters are huge cylinders that have a heating element and a water source connected. The huge cylindrical part of the water heater is the tank. A tankless water heater by contrast is constructed of the heating element only. Because of the smaller size tankless water heater when compared with a conventional water heater, is among the first pros of selecting to go tankless. Tankless water heaters...

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