We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can repair your tankless water heater right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your tankless water heater repair before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
For your tankless water heater to work right, your electricity, gas, and plumbing all has to be in good condition and working together. When there are problems with any of those, things can start to go downhill. Here are some of the common problems you might run into that’ll mean you have a tankless water heater repair in your future:
You’ve Stopped Having Hot Water
We’ll start with an easy one. If you turn on the tap and wait for hot water to come out, but you get nothing but an icy blast, you’ll need to have your tankless water heater looked at. You might need something small like a new ignition pack, or it could be something more serious. The only way to know for sure is to give us a call!
Occasional Cold Water
It can be normal to have to wait for awhile for the hot water to get to you. There’s a myth out there that tankless water heaters give you instant hot water. While it starts to heat the water instantly, it still has to travel through the pipes. But it’s not normal for your water to go back and forth several times in one shower. That means you need a call to the plumber.
Low Water Pressure
If your water pressure has been getting slowly weaker over the past 10 years, you might not notice at first. Minerals can slowly build up in the pipes which can make water pressure suffer. We’ll clean things out in your water heater and your pipes so you don’t have that problem anymore.