If you ever notice your water heater is not producing any hot water check the following things; the temperature setting is high enough to produce hot water and that the water heater is big enough to meet the needs of your home.
Got a water heater leak?
This is when you should call your local plumber. This could mean that the bottom storage area on your water heater is rusting and should be replaced with a new unit.
Avoid turning faucets off with force
Keep your home at 68 degrees or higher
Disconnect garden hoses
Leave indoor cabinets open to allow the heat from the home to warm the pipes.
Always have spare water stored in bottles encase your pipes do freeze.
Turn off the water and check for bad fixtures or a leaky flapper.
For more helpful tips please feel free to contact us at 304-725-3505!
-Check toilets for leaks
-Do not flush anything down the toilet that is not meant to be flushed.
-Take shorter showers
-Install water saving shower heads
-Turn of water while brushing your teeth and shaving
-Take a bath
-Check pipes and faucets for leaks
-Do not leave the water running while you do dishes
-Turn off hose while washing your car
-Lastly if you have any leaks in your pipes, toilets, couplings etc. make sure to call Comstock Plumbing.