Water heater maintenance

May 31, 2018

When Your Water Heater Affects Your HVAC

If you have a forced-air HVAC system and a gas-fired water heater in your Peachtree City home, you may not realize that they’re closely related. Both of these appliances are essential to your family’s daily comfort, and they’re also the two major energy consumers that affect your household utility bills.   What this means is that regular HVAC and water heater maintenance are both vital if you want have a truly energy efficient, comfortable home. Water Heater Maintenance 101 As […]
May 4, 2017

What Maintenance Does a Tankless Water Heater Require?

If you are among the growing number of homeowners considering tankless water heaters over conventional storage water heaters, pay close attention to maintenance costs of each. Along with saving money with lower energy costs, tankless water heaters maintenance can save you money to make on-demand water heating your clear choice. Water Heaters Maintenance Water heater maintenance is essential to ensuring safe operation and clean, hot water for cooking, cleaning and bathing. The primary differences in tankless water heaters maintenance and […]
March 30, 2017

Don’t Forget About Water Heater Maintenance

It’s easy to forget about maintaining home appliances and equipment, or putting off preventive care for a more convenient time. However, it can cost you in the long term with malfunctioning parts or a system failure, and cost you in the short term with higher energy bills. Take a few moments to learn why water heater maintenance shouldn’t be put off, and then make a call to your trusted home services company to set an appointment. Save Money, Time and […]
November 10, 2015

Water Heater Maintenance: Have a Pro Flush the Sediment

It is easy for homeowners to forget about a water heater unless something goes wrong. However, water heaters need regular maintenance in order to work safely and efficiently. An important part of this is flushing out the sediment. Here is why you should have a professional flush your tank every six months. Sediment Reduces Energy Efficiency Water contains naturally-occurring minerals and in time, these minerals separate from water and settles at the bottom of the tank. As this debris collects, […]