There is nothing as good as having a hot shower on a cold winter day. But when your hot shower is interrupted by a sudden burst of icy cold water, it is a sign that you need to get down the basement and check your water heater.
Prevent such things from happening by regularly inspecting your water heater. Below are some of the most common tell-tale signs that you need to call your water heater repair agency in Utah such as Whipple Service Champions.
You might just have transferred to your new home, or has been there since the start. Regardless of whether you are a new homeowner or an old one, you need to be aware of how old your water heater is. Look for the water heater’s serial number. The letter represents the number on the alphabet that corresponds to the month of the year. For example, B is the second letter of the alphabet, which means it pertains to the second month of the year which is February. The next two numbers indicate the date. So if you see something like “E077689465”, it means your heater was manufactured in May 2007. If your heater is more than 10 years old or is nearing one, then it is recommended to be replaced.
If your water quality goes from crystal clear to rusty or muddy, then there is something wrong with your heater. Check the status of your water heater by flushing out the water. Be careful of the temperature when doing so.
A physical inspection of your water heater can help you detect any kinds of leak immediately. Moisture forming around the machine means there is some leak that needs to be repaired immediately.
It is normal for your water heater to make sounds as it heats the water. However, when the sound seems too loud or disturbing, often, it means something within it needs attention.
Prevention is better than cure, even when it comes to a water heater. Conduct your daily inspection and prevent your water heater from malfunctioning while you are enjoying your hot bath.