For most people, there’s nothing better than a nice hot shower or warm relaxing bath at the end of busy day. This luxury comes courtesy of your water heater, and unless there’s something wrong with it, chances are you probably don’t give much thought about it. However, if you’d prefer not to step out of bed one morning to a puddle of water and have to use a flotation device to navigate through your home, a little attention may be in order.

It’s important to get your water heater inspected and maintained to prevent water damage from water heater leaks.

What’s Inspected?

  • Signs of Rust and Leaks
  • Look for Proper Flushing
  • Anode Rod
  • Vent