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Geyser Problems

Your geyser accounts for almost half of your total electricity bill and the chances are that it is not operating at its best. The most common problems are that the geyser was not installed correctly and that one of the components is faulty.

Common Geyser Problems

Most often home owners are oblivious to the fact that their geyser is faulty and contributing heavily to excessive electricity and water consumption.

Check these common geyser problems:

  • Overheating
  • Dripping overflow pipe
  • Poor water pressure
  • Hot water not hot enough

Unfortunately many of these problems build up over time so you actually don't notice them until it's too late. If you suspect that you have a problem give us a call we do it all....Martin 0825531379


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