Sunday, June 12, 2016
Does Your Faulty Water Heater Tend to Overheat Your Home’s Hot Water?
Usually, water heater problems become self-evident over time in an Edmonton home. However strange it may sound, the moment your unit malfunctions, the water gets too hot. At that point, it could mean that your thermostat may have malfunctioned; and therefore, allowing the system’s heating element to stay on the whole time instead of giving on and off cycles as needed. One sign of this problem is steaming hot water that leaves the faucet. During summer, this problem may go unnoticed when you limit the use of hot water. Understand that scalding hot water is a major problem. That kind of water could be too hot and cause burns or lead to pressure issues in hot water tanks.