Oregon Water Heater Inspection

Keep your water heater running smoothly with regular maintenance. An annual Oregon water heater inspection is crucial for keeping your unit in top condition. During this inspection, a professional will check the unit’s safety features and overall condition. Understand what to expect during a water heater inspection to ensure your system is operating correctly.

What Is a Water Heater Inspection?

A typical water heater inspection begins with an examination of the overall condition of the tank or tankless system. This includes looking for signs of corrosion or leaks, checking the temperature pressure relief valve (TPR) to make sure it’s in good working order, and testing the thermostat settings to ensure they’re correct. The inspector will also inspect all visible piping, as well as any insulation around them, for cracks or other signs of wear or damage.

What Is Included in Your Oregon Water Heater Inspection?

Ensure the safety and efficiency of your Oregon water heater with a comprehensive inspection. Our professionals go beyond visual inspections to thoroughly check electrical connections and wiring, ensuring they meet code requirements. Any necessary repairs are done by licensed electricians to guarantee your safety.

But that’s not all. Our technicians also perform a leak test using dye to uncover hidden cracks and leaks that could cause long-term damage.

During the inspection, our technicians may recommend specific maintenance tasks. For tank-style units, flushing out sediment prevents overheating, while descaling mineral deposits in tankless systems ensures efficient and cost-effective operation.

We don’t stop at inspections and maintenance. Our technicians may suggest upgrades to improve efficiency, such as adding insulation to hot water pipes or replacing outdated parts for increased reliability and performance. We’ll explain how these upgrades benefit you, so you can make an informed decision on whether to invest.

Keep An Eye Out for These:

Don’t rely solely on an annual water heater inspection – be proactive and watch out for common signs of trouble. Listen for strange noises when the unit is running, notice if your hot water has a strange color, be wary of foul odors from hot taps after long periods of non-use, and pay attention to slow hot water delivery compared to the instant cold water. If any of these issues pop up between inspections, don’t hesitate to call a professional for a prompt assessment. Avoid costly repairs down the road by addressing problems sooner rather than later.

Why Call Us for Your Oregon Water Heater Inspection?

All Seasons Gets Water Heaters Right

You can trust our licensed, insured plumbers to install your system to precise specifications. Forget worries about unexpected repairs and maintenance calls. Every new water heater we install is more efficient, using less energy and providing more hot water. Best of all, they come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.