Apart from the anode rods, a topwater oil furnace can also produce weird sounds
Every homeowner enjoys their Heating plus A/C equipment. I also do, then but our care about extends to our lavatory, where I take our hot morning shower. I care about taking a hot morning shower before heading to work. It refreshes plus rejuvenates me. It also helps start our morning in good spirits, then one morning I noticed that our topwater oil furnace had a problem, plus it messed myself and others up when I least expected. The topwater oil furnace had some leakage plus low pressure. To prevent the water leakage from getting worse, I had to call an Heating plus A/C specialist to come plus check it out. I was blissful when the Heating plus A/C specialist came in less than an hour plus diagnosed the problem. She was kind enough to point out other problems that most of us experienced with topwater oil gas furnaces plus solve them. She sealed the water leakage plus restored pressure in our faucet. She pointed out that our faucets could emit foul odor occasionally, akin to rotten eggs, whenever I turned the water on. This was due to sacrificial rods corroding away, sited in hot water tanks to protect the tank from corrosion. She requested myself and others to change the anode rods when I notice the odor. Typically, these anode rods last between 4-5 years, after which they start odoring if not changed. Apart from the anode rods, a topwater oil furnace can also produce weird sounds. This could be due to burner troubles, combustion leaks, or calcium deposits in the water heater. The Heating plus A/C specialist’s advice was enlightening plus timely. Since then, I consistently knew what to do when each of the signs of weakness appeared on our top water heater.