if i am moving and had the electricity turned off should i drain the water heate

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    mloudhawkposted 7 years ago

    if i am moving and had the electricity turned off should i drain the water heater?  december...

    concerned about freezing up

  2. SEOWizKid profile image59
    SEOWizKidposted 7 years ago

    Good question MLoud. Knowing what to do and doing it right can potentially save you a lot of money. As far as draining it it's up to you, it won't cost you any extra but it's whether or not you want to keep it clean for the next person to move in to your home.

    A. Keep it the way it is, no harm done
    B. Clean it for the next person who moves in

    Any other water damage related concerns can all be answers from http://www.waterdamagelocal.com/water-d … guide.html

    Good question!

  3. Harry Santos profile image56
    Harry Santosposted 7 years ago

    Since your moving anyways, I don't think there's a point. It's really up to you. It's more of an ethical, question, I am guessing, than anything. There's nothing inherently wrong with it, I mean, it won't destroy the water heater. It's all about how you want to affect others, I guess.

 
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