Periodic Maintenance Helps Avoid Water Heater Repair

Periodic maintenance is included with your water heater purchase, preventing problems before they start

Maintenance & RepairsWhen is the next scheduled maintenance for your rented water heater?

The big utility off-shoots don’t include any planned maintenance with your rented water heater, and that’s downright unsafe.

Owning your hot water tank or tankless water heater means you’re in control of maintenance and any water heater repair that needs to get done.

CLARITY by ClimateCare includes regular, scheduled maintenance every 3-4 years for storage tanks and every 12-18 months for tankless units to keep your water heater:

  • Safe.
  • Efficient.

Regular periodic maintenance is the best way to avoid the cost of a serious repair and to extend the useful life of your water heater investment. Chances are we’ll catch a problem long before it becomes a major issue.

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What does a maintenance visit include?

Regular maintenance is included in your purchase at no additional cost. It’s thorough and painless. During your maintenance visit we will:

  • Clean the burners.
  • Inspect the flues and vents.
  • Inspect your gas line.
  • Remove and clean your T&P valve (every few years).
  • Drain the tank and flush out any sediment.

When all procedures are completed, you can be confident any impending issue will get caught. You might never have to deal with an expensive water heater repair again.

Find your local CLARITY by ClimateCare retailer and call today to find out more about water heater maintenance that can help you avoid costly repairs.

What can go wrong, really?

Because rental equipment doesn’t receive regular maintenance, your appliance can go a long time without any attention. Time is all it takes for a minor issue to become catastrophic.

  • A weak connection in your gas line can become a very dangerous leak over time.
  • Sediment can throw off the entire thermostat in your tank, causing the pilot light to run hotter, compromising the tank and potentially burning right through.
  • Your T&P valve can become stuck, putting your tank at risk of exploding.