A water heater flush is exactly what it sounds like. During a water heater flush, your tank is emptied through a hose into an approved drain source. Then the tank is flushed of any sediment or mineral buildup that may reduce the heating efficiency of your water heater or lead to plumbing damage. Before any of this can happen, the water heater thermostat, gas connection, and cold water supply must be turned off. Once this is completed, a hot water tap near the water heater will be turned on, and the pressure relief valve will be opened before opening the drainage spigot.
Not everyone has the time to DIY a water heater flush. ReScope Drain Aid offers professional water heater flushes – to schedule one or learn about plumbing maintenance for your home, give us a call today!
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