Much like changing your car’s oil, your water heater needs regular maintenance for top performance. A water heater flush clears out sediment and minerals, such as calcium and lime, that could impede your heater’s performance.

Sediment can build up in the tanks, usually at the bottom, and that insulates it from allowing the heat on the bottom of the tank to heat the water. As a result, the heater works harder and requires more time and energy to heat the same amount of water.

Our experienced service technicians can service both traditional or tankless water heaters to ensure peak performance. Or replace your old one for a better performing, more efficient and energy saving unit.