If you find yourself in a position where you are needing to replace water heaters within your home or another property you are affiliated with, do not fret, emergency plumbing services have you covered. Roughly 10% of United States households have leaks in their plumbing that can waste up to 90 gallons of water per day. So not only are you not alone, but there are probably people currently in a lot worse shape than you, needing much more than a person to replace water heaters. Having leaks is both a waste of money and of precious energy and water. According to Plumbing Manufacturers International, an astonishing 13.7% of water use is the result of leaks. If you are environmentally conscious in any sense of the word, this news should be more than mildly concerning.
It is not all bad news though, otherwise you would not be here. Indoor plumbing dates back to at least 2500 B.C., so mankind has had more than enough time to work out how to fix, and, in many cases, solve these frustrating problems altogether. Sewer and drain cleaning, although not the first thing that someone would think of as the solution for leaky pipes, actually can have quite a positive impact on the longevity of your water systems as a whole.
Water heaters are one of the most commonly replaced units within a home’s plumbing systems. As soon as they stop working, it is quite obvious, and very uncomfortable to continue living within the home while they are non functional. In order to keep your systems working at their full capacity, it is very important to be aware of and stay on top of the unit’s maintenance. Experts recommend draining and removing the sediment from your water heater at least once a year. In doing so, you are lengthening the lifespan of your water heater by quite a substantial amount.
As always though, when all else fails, it is recommended that you reach out to your local plumbing services. There are surely certified plumbers who are not only in your area, but whose job it is to work around the clock to make sure you get the expert care that you deserve.