A geyser is probably one of the most used appliances in your daily life.
If you’re worried you’ll wear it out soon, relax. We’ll show you how to take care of your geyser with some simple yet effective tips on how you can increase its lifespan.
Let’s get started.
1) Check the Plug
Check the condition of your geyser’s plug every once in a while. To minimise the risk of a short circuit due to power fluctuations, use an MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker) switch instead of regular ones, as these balance out the current flow in the circuit. This will help your geyser remain stable.
2) Check the Valves
Once a year, check the temperature and pressure-release valves. You can find them at the bottom of your geyser. If there are any leakages, replace them. Take professional help if needed.
3) Check the Temperature
The ideal temperature for a geyser can be anywhere between 55°C and 65°C. Consider a lower temperature setting as it consumes less energy and will help lower your electricity bills.
4) Check the Switch
Keeping your geyser switched on for extended periods can reduce its lifespan. Switch it on for only five minutes before you start using it.
There you have it! Small, careful steps can drastically enhance the lifespan of your geyser. Try these effective tips today and thank us later!