What are Common Problems of a Tankless
Even if your tankless water heater system is still providing hot water, there are common warning signs Levine & Sons knows to look for that may indicate the need for quick repairs. If you notice any of the following, a problem may be present.
- Water Temperature Too Hot or Cold? - Is your gas or electric tankless water heater producing water that is too hot or too cold? Or no hot water at all? Your home's tankless water heater may be facing a thermostat issue, or a build up of sediment.
- Water Leaking from Your Tankless Water Heater? - Leaking water could be a sign that your T&P valve may have failed, or that some inlet or hot outlet pipes might be loose. Give Levine & Sons a call before it's too late & a much costlier tankless water heater replacement service is required.
- Tankless Hot Water Heaters in MI are Prone to Mineral Buildup - Are you noticing crusty white or green buildup on your shower wall or faucet? That buildup is called lime scale or scale deposit. This buildup typically originates in your tankless water heater when calcium begins to separate from water due to high heat energy. Call a Levine & Sons tankless water heater repair expert right away to have your homes gas or electric tankless water heater professionally diagnosed & repaired.
- Smelly Hot Water Always Coming Out? - That stinky or smelly water coming from your tankless hot water heater is likely due to a high level of bacteria. Smelly water is seen in homes with well water as their primary water source. If unsure, check your Michigan water bill to see where your water is coming from. The most common solution is replacement of the anode rod, but it's not limited to just that. Several issues could be present so it's best to call the tankless water heater repair experts at Levine & Sons