Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘water heater maintenance’

Is There Sediment in Your Water Heater?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

This might sound like a weird question, but we urge you to stick with us for just a moment. Many homeowners, including you, might have sediment in their water heaters without even realizing it. While there are various different solutions to a sediment problem in your water heater, from repair to replacement, we’ve got to address the first step—noticing there’s a problem.

Today, we’re going to go into detail about the many ways to notice if there’s sediment in your water heater. We’ll talk about why this problem can impede the effectiveness of your water heater and the science behind it. Many homeowners might be dealing with inefficient hot water heaters in Hamilton, OH that aren’t doing their jobs as well as they could be, and that’s where our team comes in!

So, we hope you’re ready for some chemistry because we’re about to get into it!

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Common Problems with a Tank Water Heater

Monday, September 16th, 2019

No water heater is perfect. When they have issues, it’s important to get the right professional on the job to make sure you and your family have hot water for the years to come. However, sometimes it can be hard to know what exactly is going on with your water heating system. These are complicated machines that perform a simple service—to give you hot water—which often can scramble the brain of anyone who isn’t trained in plumbing services.

That being said, are some curious customers out there who really want to know what to look out for when they’re dealing with hot water problems on their tank water heater. As your friendly neighborhood plumber, that’s exactly something that we aim to help you with.

So, if you notice one of the problems below, make sure you schedule water heater services in Hamilton, OH with us!

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The Importance of Regular Water Heater Maintenance

Monday, September 5th, 2016

The fall is a time when homeowners arrange to have regular maintenance done for their heating systems to make sure they are prepared to handle the rigors of winter. But fall maintenance isn’t only for furnaces. There are parts of a home’s plumbing that require yearly maintenance as well—most vitally, the water heater.

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How the Anode Rod Protects Your Tank Water Heater from Corrosion

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

For people who aren’t familiar with how storage tank water heaters work, it may seem strange that they don’t start to corrode and rust early in their service lives. After all, they’re made of metal and hold large amounts of water. Doesn’t the combination of water and metal mean the promotion of rust?

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