09:04AM | 07/06/14
If an electric heater is not in use for 2-3 weeks, should we turn it off? I wonder if turning it on and off throughout the summer at our lake house is more costly than leaving it on. It is a new one as well.


06:25AM | 07/17/14
An electric heater doesn't use any juice if it's not heating. But yes if you know it's not going to get below freezing cut the power off to it.


10:34AM | 06/15/15
If I set my gas water heater on "pilot" while I am away (about 2 weeks), is it OK to turn off the water supply to the house? If I do this, can I simply turn the water supply back on and set the water heater to "on"?


09:12PM | 07/26/16
What about electric hot water heaters. Do the vacation settings work for these? Is this better then turning the power off to the heater entirely?


03:11AM | 08/17/16
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03:17PM | 12/07/16
if the water heater is on vacation mode and the water intake is off, is there a chance of significant evaporation of the water in the tank after a few months
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