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FREE Water Heater? This Contest Is Hot & Ready!

Time for Some March Madness

If your hot water heater is on the decline, we have some fabulous news for you!

This month, we’re running our March Madness Sweepstakes. One lucky winner will receive a FREE water heater system and installation from Cornerstone Pros! Say goodbye to cold showers and hello to a shiny new system that will provide all of the hot water you need, when you need it.

All you have to do is visit this page on our website to share your contact information, your home address and a photo of your current water heater. The winner will be randomly chosen, and the drawing is set to take place on April 5, 2024. No, this isn’t an April Fools’ prank—it’s the real deal!

Submissions are limited to one entry per household. The winner will receive one (1) standard tank-type water heater that will be supplied and installed by Cornerstone Pros.

Well, “water” you waiting for? Click here to visit our website and enter today!

Speaking Of Water Heaters, Are You Maintaining Yours?

Just like a full plumbing rework in Tampa, it’s no day in the park to worry about a water heater replacement. But by giving your system a little post-winter R&R through routine maintenance, you can wash your worries right down the drain!

The Most Common Problems

There’s no question about it: Issues with your water heater will become obvious. If you notice these disruptions to your daily routine, it’s time to give us a call.

  • Leaking water. If you see water pooling around or near your water heater, you’ve got a leak that needs repair.
  • Poor water pressure. Low water pressure from your showerhead or faucet? This can be a sign of rust or sediment buildup that will only continue to grow if untreated.
  • Fluctuating temperatures. If the hot water is way hotter than expected, this could be a sign something is amiss with one or more of your heating components.
  • No hot water. There are many issues that could halt hot water production—from a clogged burner to overuse. But a water heater with no hot water always needs inspection.

Maintain Your System for Better Performance

During a water heater tune-up, we will:

  • Drain & flush the tank. To treat sediment buildup, a drain and flush will refresh the tank and allow fresh water to wash away dirt, debris, rust and more.
  • Inspect the pressure relief valve. Water heaters create a lot of pressure. They feature a valve to keep pressure in check and prevent the system from exploding.
  • Check the temperature setting. Did you know you can adjust the temperature on your water heater? If your water is too hot, the setting simply may be turned up too high.
  • Insulate the tank or piping (if needed). An option available for older models is to insulate the tank or piping. This can help keep heat in and prevent unwanted moisture buildup.

The average tank water heater lifespan is 10-15 years. We will always go the extra mile to keep your system running as long as possible. But when the time is right, we’ll help you choose and install the ideal upgrade for your home!

Don’t Miss the Madness!

From your air conditioner to your electrical subpanels, there are many moving parts to your safety and comfort at home. While we’re here to help you take care of business, we love being able to have some fun along the way, too. This month, we’re all about water heaters. If you’re due for an upgrade, test your luck by entering our March Madness Sweepstakes. You never know … you just might end up being our one lucky winner!