Tankless Water Heater Services in Charlotte
Choose a Tankless Water Heater Service
Tankless water heater not working? We’ll fix it—today.
All of our tankless repairs include:
We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can fix your furnace right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
Flat-rate, upfront pricing.
You’ll always know the price of your AC repair before any work begins.
Late-night and weekend availability.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Signs your tankless water heater needs to be repaired
Your tankless water heater most likely needs a repair if you have:
- Low water pressure. If you see low hot water pressure coming from multiple fixtures, the problem could be caused by a clogged inlet filter or mineral deposits (in hard water) building up inside your system.
- Water leaking from your unit. Water pooling around or dripping from your unit could be caused by a bad pipe connection or improper venting.
- No hot water. If you tried troubleshooting your unit (see the “DIY Tips” tab) and still aren’t getting any hot water, the problem could be a bad heating element.
- Fluctuating water temperatures. If your water is hot one minute and cold the next, that could be a sign of an electric problem inside your unit.
How your tankless water heater repair works
1) Schedule your appointment
Call us at (704) 357-0484 or contact us online (we’ll get back to you ASAP) to schedule an appointment day and time that works for you. You’ll get a confirmation email with a picture of your plumber, so you know who’s coming to your home.
2) Get your tankless water heater fixed—fast
We know a tankless water heater repair can be hard on your schedule. That’s why we stock our service trucks full of tools and parts, so we’re prepared to fix your tankless unit in just one visit. You rarely have to book a second appointment with us.
3) Tell us how we did
If we weren’t easy to do business with, we want you to tell us why. After your repair, we’ll make sure you have the chance to talk with us if you had any problems.
Not getting any hot water?
Try troubleshooting these common issues before calling a plumber:
- Does your tankless unit have electricity? Both gas and electric tankless water heaters need electricity to run. Double check that your unit is connected to a 120-volt outlet. Also, check the unit’s breaker on your home’s electrical panel. If it tripped, you’ll need to flip the switch back to “ON”. If it keeps tripping, you should call a professional.
- Is the gas supply valve open? If the handle/knob on the gas line leading to your unit isn’t turned to the “ON” position (parallel to the gas line), your unit won’t get the fuel it needs to heat your water.
- Is the exhaust vent clear? If your gas tankless water heater’s exhaust vent (the pipe that expels toxins) is blocked by something, your unit can’t properly heat your home’s water.
Brands we repair
We repair ALL tankless water heater brands, including:
- American Standard