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Hot Water System Services AquaFlush

Hot water systems are essential in every Australian home. They make cold morning showers bearable and relaxing. Hot water systems are also essential in providing hot water for your kitchen sink and providing comfort to your homes. Hot water systems are often powered by electricity, gas, solar hot water service and heat pumps. Regular maintenance helps make these equipment function efficiently and extend their life span. AquaFlush Professional Plumbing Services provides professional maintenance services, installation, repair and replacement for hot water systems Sydney wide.

The Risks of Not Servicing Your Water Systems

Home hot water systems are usually out of sight and they can be out of your mind most of the time. It is common to forget about these plumbing accessories in your homes. However, when you forget about them for a long time, their functionality can be compromised and will eventually create hassles on your part. Neglected hot water systems can cause major plumbing issues to your home. Prevention techniques and regular maintenance can help prevent possible issues, and hundreds of dollars wasted on unnecessary repairs or worse a hot water system replacement.

What are the processes involved in a hot water system preventive maintenance?

Regular hot water system maintenance makes it possible to increase the efficiency and longevity of your heaters at home. Ensure to provide your water systems with regular routine maintenance to keep it running within or even beyond its expected lifetime. Here are some of the basic processes involved in a water system maintenance service:

  • Worn-out connections

The temperature-pressure-release (TPR) valve controls the tank pressure inside the hot water system tank. A regular check-up includes checking if releasing the TPR valve efficiently lets the water out and keeps it flowing when tightened. If the water keeps flowing, even after closing the TPR is closed, a replacement is necessary to prevent your water system tanks from overflowing.

  • Worn-out connections

The anode rod is built to draw possible rust sacrificing itself; helping prevent rust from forming on the tank itself. If the anode rod is already coated with calcium and is less than half an inch thick, a replacement becomes necessary. An instant fix would require wrapping the threads with Teflon tape, while tightening it securely into the tank. However, a replacement is deemed necessary to keep it working on its full capacity.

  • Worn-out connections

To keep your hot water systems clean, the tank requires regular draining and cleaning, to wash out any sediment build up that may be present inside the tank. The draining and cleaning process usually takes longer than the other processes involved in maintaining your hot water system to ensure that the tank is completely clean and free from debris or other sediments.

  • Worn-out connections

The thermostat is one of the most essential parts of the hot water system, it regulates the heating cycle of the hot water heater. This should be regularly checked to ensure that it is functioning efficiently. It is advisable to seek professional advice or service before adjusting your thermostat down as storing water under 60’c can cause legionella bacteria to thrive in the tank and is illegal.

  • Worn-out connections

The pipe insulation should always be on its top condition to protect the pipes from the changing temperatures, especially if your hot water systems are located outdoors. The insulation should cover at least an inch thick of the unfaced fiberglass pipe wrap.

Why is servicing your hot water system essential?

Annual maintenance and regular servicing, at least once every five years, keep your hot water systems working in its optimal condition. Regular cleaning and check-ups also prevent calcium build up as well as debris lying stagnant inside your water heater tanks. Flushing the water out of your water heaters also extends its life span and makes it easier to monitor changes in the water temperature. Here are some of the other reasons why regular preventive maintenance is necessary for your hot water systems at home.

  • Worn-out connections

Water heater systems can wear out over time, but can still work efficiently, close to its optimal capacity if regularly maintained. Regular removal of loose minerals and calcium build up makes producing water faster and less energy-consuming for clean hot water system tanks.

  • Worn-out connections

Cleaning hot water system tanks and flushing water regularly, at least once or twice a year will save you money on your electrical bills. Regularly changing the water inside your tanks makes it easier to heat water, thus requiring less energy to do so. Clean water uses less electricity compared to a tank filled with sediments and other debris.

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    Worn-out connections

Mineral build up inside your water tanks eat up space in your hot water system. Keeping them clean prevents the reduction of the full volume that your water tank holds. allowing your household to enjoy the full use of your tanks. You’ll get increased hot water volume from your water heaters  if you keep your hot water system tanks clean and sediment free.

  • Worn-out connections

Regular preventive maintenance and keeping your water tanks clean extends the lifetime of your water heater. It will also prevent unnecessary surprises such as malfunctions and cold showers due to a faulty water system. Flooding can also be a potential problem if you fail to have your hot water system regularly checked.

How often do you need to service hot water systems?

It is ideal to have your hot water systems serviced at least one or twice a year cleaning and once every 5 years or less for a full check-up and maintenance service. Hot water systems can last up to 15 years, or even more, if used and maintained properly. It will save you thousands of dollars in repair cost or replacement if you regularly clean and maintain your hot water systems at home.

AquaFlush Professional Plumbing Services specialized in hot water system installation, repair, replacement and preventive maintenance. We serve residential, commercial and industrial areas Sydney wide.

If you are looking for a trusted hot water system specialist in Sydney, call AquaFlush at (02) 9705 7806 to book a visit or to schedule a preventive maintenance for your water systems at home.


Leaking Taps


Leaking Toilets


Blocked Drains


Hot Water System


Gas Fitting


Pipe Relining


Burst Pipes & Water Leaks


Shower Base Replacement & Repair


Backflow Testing & Installation


Sewer & Stack Replacement


Insurance Work


Commercial Tenders


Emergency Plumbing

Hot Water System Services AquaFlush

Hot water systems are essential in every Australian home. They make cold morning showers bearable and relaxing. Hot water systems are also essential in providing hot water for your kitchen sink and providing comfort to your homes. Hot water systems are often powered by electricity, gas, solar hot water service and heat pumps. Regular maintenance helps make these equipment function efficiently and extend their life span. AquaFlush Professional Plumbing Services provides professional maintenance services, installation, repair and replacement for hot water systems Sydney wide.

The Risks of Not Servicing Your Water Systems

Home hot water systems are usually out of sight and they can be out of your mind most of the time. It is common to forget about these plumbing accessories in your homes. However, when you forget about them for a long time, their functionality can be compromised and will eventually create hassles on your part. Neglected hot water systems can cause major plumbing issues to your home. Prevention techniques and regular maintenance can help prevent possible issues, and hundreds of dollars wasted on unnecessary repairs or worse a hot water system replacement.

What are the processes involved in a hot water system preventive maintenance?

Regular hot water system maintenance makes it possible to increase the efficiency and longevity of your heaters at home. Ensure to provide your water systems with regular routine maintenance to keep it running within or even beyond its expected lifetime. Here are some of the basic processes involved in a water system maintenance service:

  • Worn-out connections

The temperature-pressure-release (TPR) valve controls the tank pressure inside the hot water system tank. A regular check-up includes checking if releasing the TPR valve efficiently lets the water out and keeps it flowing when tightened. If the water keeps flowing, even after closing the TPR is closed, a replacement is necessary to prevent your water system tanks from overflowing.

  • Worn-out connections

The anode rod is built to draw possible rust sacrificing itself; helping prevent rust from forming on the tank itself. If the anode rod is already coated with calcium and is less than half an inch thick, a replacement becomes necessary. An instant fix would require wrapping the threads with Teflon tape, while tightening it securely into the tank. However, a replacement is deemed necessary to keep it working on its full capacity.

  • Worn-out connections

To keep your hot water systems clean, the tank requires regular draining and cleaning, to wash out any sediment build up that may be present inside the tank. The draining and cleaning process usually takes longer than the other processes involved in maintaining your hot water system to ensure that the tank is completely clean and free from debris or other sediments.

  • Worn-out connections

The thermostat is one of the most essential parts of the hot water system, it regulates the heating cycle of the hot water heater. This should be regularly checked to ensure that it is functioning efficiently. It is advisable to seek professional advice or service before adjusting your thermostat down as storing water under 60’c can cause legionella bacteria to thrive in the tank and is illegal.

  • Worn-out connections

The pipe insulation should always be on its top condition to protect the pipes from the changing temperatures, especially if your hot water systems are located outdoors. The insulation should cover at least an inch thick of the unfaced fiberglass pipe wrap.

Why is servicing your hot water system essential?

Annual maintenance and regular servicing, at least once every five years, keep your hot water systems working in its optimal condition. Regular cleaning and check-ups also prevent calcium build up as well as debris lying stagnant inside your water heater tanks. Flushing the water out of your water heaters also extends its life span and makes it easier to monitor changes in the water temperature. Here are some of the other reasons why regular preventive maintenance is necessary for your hot water systems at home.

  • Worn-out connections

Water heater systems can wear out over time, but can still work efficiently, close to its optimal capacity if regularly maintained. Regular removal of loose minerals and calcium build up makes producing water faster and less energy-consuming for clean hot water system tanks.

  • Worn-out connections

Cleaning hot water system tanks and flushing water regularly, at least once or twice a year will save you money on your electrical bills. Regularly changing the water inside your tanks makes it easier to heat water, thus requiring less energy to do so. Clean water uses less electricity compared to a tank filled with sediments and other debris.

  • Worn-out connections

Mineral build up inside your water tanks eat up space in your hot water system. Keeping them clean prevents the reduction of the full volume that your water tank holds. allowing your household to enjoy the full use of your tanks. You’ll get increased hot water volume from your water heaters  if you keep your hot water system tanks clean and sediment free.

  • Worn-out connections

Regular preventive maintenance and keeping your water tanks clean extends the lifetime of your water heater. It will also prevent unnecessary surprises such as malfunctions and cold showers due to a faulty water system. Flooding can also be a potential problem if you fail to have your hot water system regularly checked.

How often do you need to service hot water systems?

It is ideal to have your hot water systems serviced at least one or twice a year cleaning and once every 5 years or less for a full check-up and maintenance service. Hot water systems can last up to 15 years, or even more, if used and maintained properly. It will save you thousands of dollars in repair cost or replacement if you regularly clean and maintain your hot water systems at home.

AquaFlush Professional Plumbing Services specialized in hot water system installation, repair, replacement and preventive maintenance. We serve residential, commercial and industrial areas Sydney wide.

If you are looking for a trusted hot water system specialist in Sydney, call AquaFlush at (02) 9705 7806 to book a visit or to schedule a preventive maintenance for your water systems at home.

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Testimonials

Over the last 8 years, we have engaged the services of AquaFlush Professional Plumbing Services to undertake plumbing, waterproofing and sewer services a large variety of strata schemes managed by our office. During this period, we have found AquaFlush to be professional and proactive in carrying out the required work. AquaFlush’s reliable service continually results in the timely completion of works with minimum disruption to residents. AquaFlush staff has demonstrated consistent pride in their work and our company has no hesitation in recommending their services. We have great pleasure in being associated with such an efficient and professional firm.
Joe Conti
Joe ContiGeneral Manager – ContiStrata
We have had the pleasure of using Phil Maire and the team at AquaFlush for quite some time. Phil and the team have completed many plumbing jobs for various buildings we manage. AquaFlush have always been professional, courteous and helpful no matter the circumstances which is why they are at the top of our preferred suppliers list. Our company would not hesitate in recommending AquaFlush to any prospective client.
John Sarraf
John SarrafDirector – Sarraf Strata
We have had the pleasure of dealing with Phil from AquaFlush Plumbing for many years. The service and quality of work is second to none. The entire team including the office staff are friendly and reliable. AquaFlush Plumbing have sound knowledge and a good attitude. They also have the ability to diagnose and carry out all plumbing and gas related work. Remedial tasks are also carried out with ease and professionalism. This is a family business that obviously puts time and effort into finding and training their employees. You can use this company with confidence.
Lucy Macbryde
Lucy MacbrydeFacilities Manager – Westside Strata
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