The wonderful thing about the new tankless water heater you installed in your Everett home is that they require little in the way of maintenance. However, it is always recommended that you have an annual inspection to review everything and ensure optimum efficiency. All Valley Plumbing is here for all your service, maintenance, and repair needs!
A tankless water heater should be professionally maintained at least once each year. However, you may require a checkup twice a year if:
- You live in an area that has hard water
- The water heater is usually set to a higher temperature
About Tankless Water Heaters
These heaters work without a storage tank like a traditional water heating system. They heat the water directly when it comes into your home from the cold water line. Once you turn on the faucet, you activate the tankless heater. They heat using heating elements known as heat exchange. This heat exchange is either powered by gas or electricity.
Why Does My Tankless System Require Maintenance?
A new tankless system could last about 20 plus years, but only if they receive proper maintenance and regular checkups. It is important to know how much hard water could impact your system.
Hard water means water in your local area holds a lot of minerals like magnesium and calcium. When inside a tankless water heater, such minerals can start to build inside the heat exchanger. Over time, this can plug up the passages, making water’s flow difficult. This can cause your system to work overtime when heating the water.
All Valley Plumbing’s skilled plumbers are well-versed in all brands of tankless heating units so that you can get the descaling and proper inspection that you require.
Call All Valley Plumbing at (425) 357-7420 whenever you require tankless water heater service or repair in Everett! We are happy to take a look and provide an estimate for service.
Duston not only plumbed the gas for the stove, he also finished the install guys job by leveling it.