How Long Does It Take to Drain a Water Heater?


It takes about fifteen to twenty minutes to drain a water heater. A garden hose needs to be attached to the open valve. This allows the water to drain away from the home.
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How Long Does a Water Heater Take to Drain?
The answer to the question of how long it takes for a water heater to drain lies in the plumbing and the volume of water to be depleted from the tank. In order to drain from the tank's lowest point, a valve must be opened higher in the system to allow... More »
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