Your water heater has to live up to pretty strong demand for hot water in your home. From supplying the washing machine to helping you wash up each day, the system has a lot to do. So when something starts to impede on your water heater’s ability to do its job, you don’t exactly want to leave it to fester.
No matter how “clean” the water supply is that enters your home, it is likely to bring some amount of sediment with it. And all those particles add up over the years, settling on the bottom of your water heater tank and messing with the heating process.
Want to make sure that you can continue to enjoy a reliable supply of hot water? Read on to find out if your system needs a flush!
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