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.
Tankless water heater problems come in all different shapes and sizes. Sometimes you might get a water heater that decides to quit working. But you might also have one that seems to have good days and bad days. Whatever problems your tankless water heater is having, we can fix them right away. Here are some questions to help you figure out if you should call for repairs:
Is Your Water Temperature Consistent?
There’s nothing worse than an inconsistent appliance. You never know if you can depend on it. If you don’t know from one task to the next whether you’ll have nice piping hot water or water that feels like glacier run-off, you could benefit from our repair services.
Does Your House Have Any Signs of Water Damage?
Never put up with a leak! If you suspect any mold or if you see water stains, wet spots, or moisture anywhere near your tankless water heater, it’s time to call! It’s probably something we can fix in a couple of hours, but it could save you a lot of problems.
Is Your Tankless Water Heater Making New Sounds?
You might notice some ticking sounds in a normal tankless water heater. But pay attention to louder sounds like hissing, squealing, screeching, or hammering.
Is Your Water Pressure Too Low?
If you have problems with water pressure whether you’re using hot water or cold water, there’s probably something going on with the plumbing system. But if the low water pressure only shows up when you’re running hot water, the issue is gonna most likely be with your tankless water heater. The most common cause of this is mineral build-up in the pipes.