Water Heater Repair Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Summerlin

Labor Rate: $105 per hour

Labor Rate: $105 per hour

All new 75 Gallons

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All New 40 - 50 Water Gallon Installs

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All Warranty Water Tank Replacement

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Quick and Affordable Tankless Water Heater Repair in Las Vegas

A tankless water heater provides hot water only when demanded by the user. It is more efficient, saves space, and has a longer lifespan than conventional water heaters. The many benefits of a tankless water heater help property owners save money. However, even with all the advantages, a tankless water heater can occasionally malfunction, requiring repairs. Royalty Plumbing provides prompt and thorough tankless water heater repair services to prevent complete failure and restore peak performance.

Leaks, limescale buildup on faucets, too hot or too cold water, strange noises, and smelly water are some tell-tale signs of trouble brewing in the unit. Trained plumbers have the skills and qualifications to handle all tankless water heater repairs. They respond quickly, perform a thorough inspection and diagnosis to track the problem source, and offer a quick solution to any tankless water heater problem. These experts ensure safety and guarantee quality service using proper tools and equipment.

Basic Tankless Water Heater Issues

Thermostat Failures:

When a tankless water heater thermostat fails, the unit may fail to maintain a steady water temperature. A professional plumber can inspect the thermostat and replace it if necessary.

Gas Valve Failures:

Any issue with the heating element will leave the household with no hot water. A faulty gas valve can prevent the tankless water heater from igniting. A professional can troubleshoot the issue and suggest a replacement.

Plumbing Leaks:

Incorrect installation, acidic water, high water pressure, pipe connections, or hard water can cause a tankless water heater to leak. Understand the cause of plumbing leaks to prevent them from recurring.

Low Water Pressure:

Low water pressure is frustrating and affects the unit’s performance. A clogged aerator or blocked filter can cause low water pressure as they restrict the water flow. Also, check the water pressure regulator to ensure it is not too low and causing the water pressure to reduce.

Poor Heating Performance:

Various reasons can cause a tankless water heater to take time to heat up. Some possible causes include mineral buildup, incorrect unit size or capacity, distance between the water heater and tap, and low gas pressure.


What is the difference between traditional and tankless water heaters?
A traditional water heater has an insulated tank to store heated water until needed. A tankless water heater heats water only when needed and does not have a storage tank. Tankless water heaters have better efficiency than traditional heaters as they heat water on demand. While traditional heaters are more affordable and have a low installation cost, the high cost of tankless water heaters is recouped in energy savings over the unit’s life.
Tankless water heaters are gas or electricity-powered and have a powerful heat exchanger. When the user turns on the hot water faucet, the cold water passes into the tankless water heater unit through a pipe, where an electric coil or gas burner raises the temperature of the incoming cold water. When the water is hot, it travels through the pipe to the faucet.
While a tankless water heater can work with hard water, mineral buildup over time can affect its performance and cause it to fail. Consider a water softener to prevent hard water buildup and ensure regular maintenance of the tankless water heater unit to ensure its optimal performance and protect it from the damaging effects of hard water.
Tankless water heaters heat up instantaneously, often taking as little as 15-20 seconds. The prompt hot water delivery makes them more efficient than standard water heaters and saves them cost.
A tankless water heater requires servicing once a year. Homeowners with a hard water supply should consider servicing the unit more frequently to eliminate issues that excess minerals present in hard water can cause.
Usually, a tankless water heater never runs out of hot water. It provides unlimited hot water when needed. However, if the power supply fails or the tankless water heater is not adequately sized, a tankless water heater may fail to meet the hot water demands.
Trust Royalty Plumbing when the tankless water heater acts up and needs professional repairs. Our company has a strong reputation in Las Vegas for providing quality repair solutions to all tankless water heater needs. Our highly skilled professionals, honest pricing, and excellent customer service have helped us gain customer loyalty. We can repair all major brands of tankless water heaters to help our customers enjoy an uninterrupted hot water supply again. Call us to learn more about our tankless water heater repair services.