Sunset Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Water Heater Repair’

Is Your Water Heater Haunted? 4 Spooky Signs

Monday, October 16th, 2023

The Pacific Northwest seems like it was made for the enjoyment of Spooky Season. With our atmospheric weather and dark, rainy days, it’s no wonder that Halloween is a favorite season among many WA state residents. 

But the “tricks” of the season shouldn’t be apparent in any of your household appliances. Sometimes your home’s water heater can start acting like it’s haunted in the fall after the demands of summer have faded. 

Here are 4 spooky signs your water heater isn’t enjoying the transition to fall as much as you are.  Whatever you do, don’t put off getting water heater repair for any of these issues. The last thing you want is a minor scare developing into a full-blown nightmare. 

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When To Call For Water Heater Repair

Monday, January 23rd, 2023

If we were to ask you which home comfort system you depend on the most, you’d probably say your heater. Although you rely on your heating system throughout much of the year here in Washington state, your water heater works just as hard.

Think about how many times in a day you depend on having hot water flow from your taps. Your water heater is a real workhorse, one that you depend on to do its job 24/7, 365 days a year. When the slightest things start to go wrong with your supply of hot water, you immediately notice. Imagine having lukewarm water when washing your hands, cold water when taking a shower, or even worse–no water at all.

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The #1 Way to Prevent Water Heater Repair Needs

Monday, November 14th, 2022

You probably have about a hundred other things on your mind aside from all the maintenance requirements for your home systems. Still, there are some systems for which preventive maintenance is an absolute necessity. Your water heater is one of those systems. If you want to keep your water heater in good shape and prevent big water heater repair needs, you need to make sure that you schedule preventive maintenance at least once a year.

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The Causes of Inconsistent Water Heater Output

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Have you ever been taking a shower, or washing the dishes, and suddenly had a blast of cold water interrupt the warm flow? What about having to wait much longer than normal for water to warm up after opening a faucet? These issues indicate a problem with your water heater, one that will require professional services in order to fix.

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Ways You Can Prepare Your Water Heater for Winter

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Winter is upon us, and it is going to mean more stress for various systems throughout your house. One of those systems is the water heater. The water heater is one of the hardest working systems in the average home, and as such it’s in your best interest to invest in keeping it operating properly. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can prepare your water heater for the winter season.

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What Is the Anode Rod, And Why Should You Monitor it?

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Have you ever wondered how your tank water heater could last so many years without rusting away? After all, it is unceasingly heating water in case you should need it. From the time it is installed to the time it is replaced, your tank water heater is in constant contact with gallons and gallons of water. So why doesn’t it rust?

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