Question about RELIANCE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
The average life expectancy of any water heater relates directly to its warranty. 1 year- 1year, 6 years-6 years. If you use the water heater past its warranty, you are really making money on the purchase.
Installing a new anode rod is about the only maintenance step you can take. However, this does not guaranty that you will not accumulate build up.
Draining the water heater once a year helps a little bit with buildup in the bottom of the tank but not the elements.
The ultimate solution is to install a water treatment system, not just a water softener. They are somewhat expensive, but well worth the cost in the long run-10 to 15 years.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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