Water heaters are expensive. Replacing and repairing them can be costly. So, it is important to keep them maintained. Your water heater Miami will last longer if you follow our tips:
- Keep the thermostat at 120º. Overheating can damage your tank. This temperature keeps your electricity bills lower and keeps the water warm enough. It also reduces the chances of scalding.
- Drain the heater at least twice every year. This prevents the chances of debris forming inside the heater and improves its efficiency. To do this, turn off the supply. Now, drain out the water by attaching a hose to the drain valve and let it run.
- Maintain a clear space of 2 feet across the heater unless the manual specifically states otherwise.
- Check the pressure-relief valve of the water heater Miami. Lift its handle and let it fall back in place. If you see a burst of water releasing into the overflow drain, it is working fine. If there is no water release, you need to replace the valve.