iA tankless water heater flush is an essential part of maintaining the life of the system. In fact, many companies require regular flushes to maintain warranty coverage. Plus, it can improve the lifespan of the water heater. Is it time for your tankless flush?
What Is a Tankless Water Heater Flush?
In Southern California, the water is very hard in many areas. This hard water contains suspended minerals such as calcium inside it. As it passes through the water heater, some of these minerals deposit inside the unit. Flushing removes these minerals and prevents a buildup that could compromise efficiency.When cared for properly, tankless water heaters can last for up to twenty years or longer, and they run more efficiently than tank models during that time. Flushing the unit keeps it working well and as efficiently as possible to keep your water heating costs low.
Helps Maintain Warranty
Rheem is one of the tankless water heater brands that we offer at Best Service Plumber. Their limited product warranty excludes problems caused by failing to maintain the unit as instructed in the owner’s manual. Flushing is a part of the regular maintenance that you need to do to keep the unit running well and to extend its life. So, scheduling an annual water heater flush for your tankless model can protect your ability to use the warranty for the system.
Why Have Professional Tankless Water Heater Flushing
The process to flush a tankless water heater is complex. Rinnai, another brand of tankless water heater models that we provide, outlines the thirteen steps to do it. But, you could easily fail to properly flush the unit by not completing all of those steps exactly as instructed. You can preserve your peace of mind by having a plumber take over the flushing. Plus, when we flush your tankless water heater, we can also look over the unit to ensure that it works well.
Have Best Service Plumber Conduct Your Tankless Water Heater Flushing