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When was the last time you checked your water heater? Does it show signs of corrosion or leaking? Leaking can cause massive water damage to your home if not repaired immediately. We understand that emergencies don’t always occur during regular business hours. That’s why our fully licensed and insured technicians are available around-the-clock for emergency repairs.
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Water Heater Safety
Most people keep their water heater in the garage. The garage is also the place where paint thinners, household cleaners and other flammable substances are kept. Did you know that a water heater has a “flammable ignition hazard?” This means that with the right combination of air, an ignition source (such as the flame on your water heater), and a flammable substance can start a fire.
Many accidents have occurred this way as people are not aware that flammable vapors can travel great distances. The best bet to prevent an unexpected fire is to keep all flammable substances in sealed containers away from your water heater (and out of the garage).
When was the last time you emptied your water tank? Draining your water tank at least once a year helps to remove any built-up sediment that reduces the efficiency of your heater. Does your water tank show signs of corrosion? A rusty tank is prone to leaks and ruptures and should be replaced. You can check for signs of rust by looking inside your tank. Every tank contains a metal anode rod which helps to indicate any signs of rusting within the tank
What’s the Optimal Indoor Temperature to Heat My Home?
The Department of Energy has determined the optimal indoor temperature to be 68 ° F in the winter months. While it may be tempting to adjust your thermostat when you’re feeling chilly, for every degree of increase, it costs you 3%. For every degree that you lower your temperature, you save 3%. Layering up with cozy sweaters doesn’t sound too bad.