Do you have a thermal expansion tank on the heater? If you don't that is what is causing your problem.
I have an update (still waiting to hear back from my plumber). I read online that a faulty water heater or thermal pressure relief valve can cause the symptoms that I'm having. My water heater is 11 years old and the thermal relief valve is near the top, with a pipe that drains out into the dirt in the front walkway. I lifted it up and lots of water drains to the front. Should I call the home warranty company to see if the valve or water heater needs to be replaced? Thanks, Bonnie
One was never installed. What do you recommend? Having one installed on top of the water heater, or getting a new water heater with one? Thanks again!
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