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Tankless Water Heater Repair

Restore The On-Demand Hot Water At Your Fort Worth, TX Home

A tankless water heater can be a revelation in home comfort. Any time you turn on a hot water tap, the hot water is there. No waiting for it to heat up, no worrying about whether or not you're about to run out. But as with any home comfort system, the possibility exists that something could go wrong with your unit. When it does, you need a team you can rely on to get the problem fixed with the least amount of hassle. That team is Comfort Experts. We've got the experience, tools, and training to handle any issue with your tankless water heater in Forth Worth, TX and beyond.

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What Are The Signs I Need Tankless Water Heater Repair?

By and large, tankless water heaters require less attention and are less prone to breakdowns compared to tanked models. However, things can still go awry. Luckily, there are many signs you can watch for to know that your tankless water heater needs repair, including:

  • Little Or No Hot Water - This is the easy one. If you turn on your tap and all you're getting is cold water, then something is definitely wrong.  Whether it's something as simple as a tripped breaker or as major as an internal failure. Check the breaker, then give us a call.
  • Other Appliances Are Affected - You may get some hot water when you go to wash your hands. However, if your dishes or clothes are staying dirty even after running through a cycle, your unit may not be providing enough hot water for a thorough clean. That's a sign there's an issue.
  • The Unit Shuts Off - Tankless water heaters run on gas or electricity, and in either case, can become dangerous if there's a serious malfunction. So they have safety features in place to shut off if there's a major problem or they start to overheat. If everything else seems fine but the unit keeps shutting off on its own, get it checked.
  • Low Water Pressure - Your water is passing through your tankless hot water heater on its way to your tap, so if there's a blockage or other malfunction, it can get in the way and have a large impact on your overall water pressure. It's a sure sign to get it looked at.
  • The Unit Is Leaking - Let's face it, any water leak from any of your plumbing is a bad sign. But if you see water pooling up around your tankless water heater, it's letting you know as firmly as it can that it needs help.

What Brands Of Tankless Water Heater Do You Repair?

All of them! We couldn't call ourselves Comfort Experts if we weren't equipped to handle whatever you had to throw at us. Even if it's not a tankless water heater that we installed, we're still available to come to your home to diagnose the issue and provide timely, comprehensive and affordable repair. We work on Navien, Rheem, Rinnai, Bosch, EcoSmart and more. So don't worry about who to call when something goes wrong - just call us and consider the work completed.

Comfort Experts Is Here To Get The Heat Flowing Again

Not having hot water heater in your home is, honestly, the worst. We get it. That's why we're here for you. When your tankless hot water heater in Arlington, TX or anywhere in the surrounding areas goes down, we get it back up. If you notice any of the signs above, or recognize any other clue that your unit isn't working as it should, send us a message online or give us a call at 817-341-5149 . Help is on the way!

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