Water Heater Maintenance
If you recently installed a new water heater or your water heater is in condition, it’s a good idea to schedule routine maintenance if you want to keep it that way. In fact, routine water heater maintenance is one of the best ways to avoid unexpected water heater failures and hefty repair costs in the future. At Sanders & Johnson, we provide routine flushes, inspections, and part replacements to make sure you have hot water all year long!
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Water Heater Maintenance Services
When one of our highly trained Water Heater Technicians visits your home, we’ll conduct a thorough multi-point inspection of your water heating system. If we see the need for a repair that would increase the longevity of your water heater, we’ll notify you of the benefits and the costs before we implement it. Honest expert service for an honest price is our motto.
Our Water Heater Maintenance Checklist
- Test the pressure relief valve
- Check the anode rod
- Flush the tank
- Clean the air intake filter
- Insulate older units with a fiberglass
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To avoid Water Heater repairs, it’s best to call us out to look at your water heater at least once per year. We offer several locations throughout the Denver area and beyond, so rest assured that a technician will be out to you shortly.
Our expert Water Heater Technicians are highly trained, licensed, and constantly improving on their knowledge base to keep up with the latest and greatest HVAC industry developments.
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