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Don’t Ignore Your Water Heater

Water heaters are easy to forget about until it’s too late. That’s why Conway Services is here to help when your water heater isn’t performing.

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When Is It Time For A Water Heater Tune-Up?

The most noticeable sign of a broken water heater is your hot water isn’t as hot as you’d like it to be or as hot as it once was. Discolored water from the hot water tap is another red flag that you should get your water heater checked out. Water heaters are succeptable to sediment build-up that can damage the tank. A water heater drain flush could help remove these sediments and get your water heater working again. We recommend that a professional perform this task to avoid any potential issues. If you spot metal or rust in your tank’s water, call Conway Services immediately.

If the water heater liner corrodes, the unit can start leaking—and if the drain pan under the water heater is old or incorrectly installed, you may end up with water damage to your floors, ceilings or wall, depending on the location of your appliance.

Call Conway at 901-384-3511 and schedule your water heater tune-up, repair, replacement, or new installation.

Caution: Be sure to turn off the power at your circuit breaker or shut off the gas before doing any kind of water heater inspection

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