Tankless Water Heater Repair

Common Tankless Water Heater Repairs We Offer in Nashville

Your Tankless Water Heater Won't Ignite

Our professional plumbers see this tankless water heater problem quite frequently. Oftentimes, your propane tank may be running low, or your gas or water valves are not fully opened, so not enough water is flowing in. However, if your tankless water heater ignition has failed, you'll need to call your local plumber right away.

Tankless Water Heater Ignite Repair
Tankless Water Heater Repair

Clogged Exhaust Pipes

If your tankless water heater runs on natural gas or propane, there is a safety mechanism installed that helps to keep you and your family safe. Your tankless water heater system uses exhaust pipes that lead to the outside of your home and help to remove poison gas. If your exhaust pipes become clogged, an error code will appear. However, there may be other reasons for the error code, so if you can't DIY the repair, call our professional plumbers today.

Your Water Heater System Overloads

A tankless water heater system overload occurs when the demand for hot water exceeds the supply. This is due to the fact you are running too many appliances or other hot water demands than the system can handle. You can reduce the demand of hot water, reset your tankless hot water heater, or, if the problem continues, consider a tankless hot water upgrade.