Are your faucets not providing the hot water you need to go about your daily life? If so, there are a few simple steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue.
First, take a look at your water heater. Sometimes fixing the problem of no hot water is as simple as turning the temperature setting up higher.
If the temperature setting is correct but you still don’t have hot water, you’ll need to do more troubleshooting.
Next, check your recirculating system. When you touch the pipe, it should be hot. Then, check the top of the water heater on the hot side, which is usually the left. This temperature should match the temperature of your recirculating system. If both of these pipes are lukewarm, something is wrong with your thermostat.
After checking the water heater itself, look at the fixtures in your bathroom. Items like showers that have one knob to control both hot and cold water are prone to issues, so this could be the source of your problem.
If you’re unsure of what is wrong with your home’s water, don’t hesitate to reach out to professionals for help. They can help you determine the cause of the problem and find a solution.