Thursday, November 14, 2019

Water Heater Arlington TX

1. Should you buy a water heater that is tankless or traditional?

2. What is the size of your tank?

3. Will it be efficient in terms of energy?

4. How long does it take to install?

5. How can an Old Water Heater be disposed of?

6. What labels can you choose from?

7. Do you have to schedule appointments for preventive maintenance?

8. Does it have a guarantee?

9. How much is it going to cost?

10. Who is going to install the new unit?

Monday, November 4, 2019

Water Heater Arlington TX

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((How to [Flush] a Water Heater))

Part 1 : Flushing of the heater

1- Locate an electric heater breaker / fuse box or a gas heater thermostat

2- Disable the circuit or fuse powering the electric water heater or turn the thermostat on a gas heater to "Pilot."

3- Turn off your supply of cold water by rotating the clockwise water shut-off valve.

4- Open the sink or tub's hot water faucet.

5- Connect a garden hose, at the bottom of the radiator, to the drain cock or lock.

6- Extend the garden hose to a position where it is safe to discharge the water from the heater.

7- To allow the water to exit the heater, open the drain cock.

8- After a few minutes of flushing, fill a "check" bucket with the still flowing water.

Part 2 : Finishing Up

1- Close the cock drain and remove the hose from the garden.

2- Turn on the water supply and fill the tank.

3- Close the drain for the water heater.

4- Turn on the water supply and wait for the continuous running of the hot water line.

5- Switch off the spigot for the shower.