Over time, minerals and sediment from our hard water supply can build up inside your tankless water heater. This accumulation can reduce the unit’s efficiency by creating sn insulating layer over the heating elements, making it harder for them to transfer heat to the water. Flushing involves circulating a vinegar or acidic descaling solution through the system to break down and remove these deposits.
Regular flushing helps prevent clogs in the heat exchanger, which could lead to decreased water flow and potential damage. It also addresses issues like uneven heating and fluctuating water temperatures. By maintaining a clean system, you improve energy efficiency, reduce the risk of corrosion, and extend the overall lifespan of your tankless water heater. It’s a proactive measure that ensures consistent performance and lowers the chances of costly repairs. It is much cheaper to maintain than replace.
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