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Water Heater Maintenance

Water Heater Maintenance

Get The Most From Your Chicago Home’s Hot Water Heater

Regular water heater maintenance can keep your hot water heater running properly and help prevent any leaks or other issues that could become bigger headaches down the road. Keeping your water heater in top running condition can improve its efficiency and extend its life.

When you call J. Blanton Plumbing for water heater maintenance you will be getting experts with decades of experience. Depending on the type of water heater you have, our water heater maintenance checklist can include the following:

  • Checking for leaks, corrosion or damaged parts.
  • Checking and testing the emergency shutoff valve.
  • Testing the water pressure and temperature.
  • Cleaning the intake filters and burner assembly.

  • Checking the flue piping.
  • Testing the power supply.
  • Removing any sediment build up.

If any issues are discovered during your maintenance visit, we will diagnosis the problem and offer an honest recommendation on how to fix it. We always give pricing before we do any work, so you will know the repair cost and get no ugly surprises. We guarantee the work we do, so if you have problems after we’ve serviced your water heater, give us a call so we can make it right.

Get professional maintenance for your water heater from the experts at J. Blanton Plumbing. Call us today at (773) 724-9272.

Don’t forget to ask about joining J. Blanton’s No Drip Club. Club membership makes scheduling water heater maintenance more convenient and affords you exclusive discounts on all our services. Learn more from your J. Blanton plumber.

J. Blanton Partners With The Most Trusted Brands

We are a proud partner of Bradford White water heaters. In addition to our standard water heater maintenance services, we also work with Bradford White to provide installation and repair covered by their warranty. Call us to learn more!

Need an Expert Plumber? Call Us: 773-724-9272

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Damages to your main sewer line can happen due to many culprits such as roots, debris buildup and other obstructions from foreign and non-flushable objects. These can cause clogging blockage and damage to your sewer line.

You will usually be able to tell that your sewer line is damaged if you find backup water in drains overflowing toilets, strange sounds, or overflows from your tub.

If you suspect your sewer line is damaged, don’t wait for the problem to worsen. Call J. Blanton in Chicago right away to resolve your main sewer line problem as quickly and safely as possible.

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In both home and business settings, sump pumps are used to prevent floods and water buildup on your property. Even if your basement is not prone to flooding, a sump pump may be useful if there is too much moisture near the foundation of your house.

Call J. Blanton if you’re considering installing, replacing, or repairing a sump pump!

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