Frequent Questions about Water Heaters in Concrete

water heaters concreteHow much do you know about water heaters in Concrete? It’s easy to ignore your water heater until there’s a problem, but being proactive can actually save you a lot of frustration and money in the future. The more familiar you are with your system and the way it works, the better you can describe problems you’re having with it to your plumber. Keep these frequently asked questions and answers in mind.

How high should I set the temperature?

Many homeowners wonder how high they should set their water temperature. While the answer varies depending on your household, most people find 120 degrees Fahrenheit to be best. For older models 120F is medium. You may want to have a plumbing professional make any needed adjustments to water heats.

Why do I run out of hot water?

The most common reason you don’t have any hot water is because your hot water heater is being used by other household systems. If you consistently run out of hot water faster than you used to, however, your unit is probably in need of service or replacement.

Is leaking an issue?

It’s not uncommon for water heaters to develop leaks of varying types. Any kind of leaking should be examined by a professional. Assuming the source can be identified, the leak can usually be patched.

Need More Information about Water Heaters in Concrete?

Do you still have questions about water heaters in Concrete? Talk to the pros at ABOUT Plumbing to get the information you need. Our highly trained and experienced team is available to assist with all your water heating and plumbing needs. We have the knowledge, skills and equipment to address a variety of maintenance and repair issues, including water heater installation, backflow testing, drain cleaning and new plumbing installation. As industry leaders, we’ll complete your job quickly and efficiently. Contact us to schedule a consultation. 

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Posted on July 3, 2023 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business