Tankless Hot Water Heater Repair

If you’re like a lot of homeowners out there, you’ve probably looked into the option of owning a tankless hot water heater. Well, if you have, there’s one thing you should have a question about. What about tankless hot water heater repair? How much will it cost? Is it easy to get repaired or will you ultimately have to replace the hot water heater that you’ve purchased. And yes, they can get expensive.

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The great thing about tankless water heaters is that they are compact in size, taking up less space than conventional tank type water heaters. With convienience comes technology and when technology breaks, things get more complicated.

How much does a tankless hot water heater repair cost?

You can own a small hot water heater unit for less than $1,000 for an electric, whole-house model to $3,000 for a gas-powered one. That price includes the installation by a qualified plumber. Rewiring your house can easily add as much as $5,000 to the cost of installing a tankless water heater.  The average life of a tankless hot water heater is about 12 years. So it’s generally better to get a tankless hot water heater replacement as opposed to a tankless hot water heater repair.

Ultimately a you should skip a tankless hot water heater repair and get a tankless hot water heater replacement.

With the average life of a tankless hot water heater lasting about 12 years, ultimately it makes sense to get a tankless hot water heater replacement as opposed to a tankless hot water heater repair. Generally, if your tankless hot water heater fails, it’s covered under warranty, and you’ll be able to get a replacement.