A water heater is a household appliance that often goes unnoticed until it’s too late. Routine maintenance on your hot water heater is key to avoid bigger problems down the road. 

Bryan’s Fuel offers comprehensive hot water heater maintenance services to keep your home running smoothly. From tune-ups and repairs to full replacement, we have you covered.

What’s Included In Water Heater Maintenance?

✔ Checking the Anode Rod

The anode rod is a metal rod that helps to protect the inside of your water heater from corrosion. Over time, the anode rod will corrode and, when this happens, it will need to be replaced. 

✔ Inspect the Ventor Motor

If you have a gas-powered water heater, you will also need to inspect the gas burner assembly on a regular basis. The gas burner assembly consists of a series of tubes that deliver gas to the burners inside your water heater. Over time, these tubes can become clogged with dirt and debris, which can reduce the efficiency of your water heater and cause it to overheat. Cleaning the gas burner assembly requires that it be removed from your water heater and brushed or blown with compressed air to remove any dirt or debris that has accumulated.

✔ Check For Leaks

Water heaters are under significant pressure, and are susceptible to leaking. With regular inspections, you can find and repair leaks before they become too severe, or cause water damage to the surrounding area.

What Happens If You Don’t Service Your Water Heater?

If not properly maintained, your tank could begin to corrode, causing leaks and creating inevitable damage to the surrounding floors, walls, and other valuables — in addition to generating higher utility costs due to inefficient heating.

By scheduling regular service for your water heater, you can avoid these costly repairs and keep your water heater running properly.

Does Your Gas Water Heater Need Maintenance?

Common indicators there’s a problem with your hot water system, and it should be assessed by an experienced technician as soon as possible, include:

  • The water temperature is inconsistent 
  • You hear strange noises coming from the tank
  • You notice leaks
  • You small foul odours 
  • The water is dirty
  • There are clogged pipes

Get Coverage – Sign Up For An Annual Maintenance Plan Today

Here’s what you should expect from your hot water maintenance plan, to ensure you get the best value for your budget:

Dependable Service

Trained service technicians should deliver the friendly service you have come to expect when you need it most. At Bryan’s Fuel, we provide 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 


Our professional service technicians will keep your equipment in top condition. Annual inspections include inspection, adjustments, and the cleaning of your heating and cooling equipment to keep it in peak operating condition.

Price Assurance

You should know what it will cost to keep your equipment operating for the next year without any costly repair surprises. 


At Bryan’s Fuel we have a large, well-trained team of service technicians, a fleet of service trucks, and a well-stocked parts warehouse at the ready. We will be able to help you when you need it most.


Should a problem exist with your heating or cooling system, we will tell you what is wrong and recommend ways to remedy it.

Get Your Hot Water Heater Serviced Today

​​No one wants to wake up to a puddle of water in their basement, but that’s a real possibility if you skip your annual maintenance. Hot water tank maintenance is not just about fixing problems with your unit that already exist, but is key to preventing future problems. Having your hot water tank regularly maintained will save you money on repairs and damages in the future. 

At Bryan’s Fuel, we offer maintenance plans for equipment that’s under warranty. Register for the plan that is suitable for your system, or call to schedule an individual service appointment today.

Maintenance Plans: For Equipment Under Warranty

Learn more about the annual maintenance contracts we offer for furnaces, air conditioners, and other HVAC equipment still covered by your manufacturer’s warranty.

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