Tankless Water Heater Installation

Franklin Tankless Water Heater Installation

Are you tired of running out of hot water during your morning shower or while washing dishes? Do you dread the thought of your old, inefficient water heater breaking down unexpectedly, leaving you with a costly repair bill? If you’re experiencing these common frustrations, it may be time to consider upgrading to a tankless water heater.

At The Hot Water Heater Pros, we specialize in tankless water heater installations, providing you with an endless supply of hot water while saving you money on energy bills.

We’ll work with you to determine the best tankless water heater solution for your home, taking into account your household size, water usage habits, and budget. With our expert installation and maintenance services, you can enjoy the benefits of a tankless water heater without delay.

For tankless water heater installation in Franklin, call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online. We serve customers in Nashville and throughout Williamson County.

Tankless Water Heater Services 

We’re dedicated to providing you with the best tankless water heater solutions at a fair price. 

Our comprehensive services include:

  • Home assessment: We’ll evaluate your hot water needs based on your family size, number of bathrooms, and appliances, ensuring we recommend the perfect tankless water heater for your home.
  • Expert installation: Our skilled technicians will handle every aspect of the installation process, from sizing and positioning the unit to connecting it to your plumbing and gas or electric lines, all while adhering to strict safety standards and local building codes.
  • Maintenance and repair: We offer regular maintenance services, such as flushing the unit to remove mineral buildup, extend the life of your tankless water heater, and keep it running efficiently. 
  • Quality products: We work with top-rated tankless water heater brands to ensure you have access to the best products on the market.

Signs Your Tankless Water Heater Needs Professional Attention

While tankless water heaters are known for their reliability and efficiency, they can still experience issues that require professional attention. As a homeowner, it’s essential to be aware of the signs that indicate your tankless water heater needs servicing. 

By addressing these problems promptly, you can avoid more serious and costly repairs down the line:

  • Inconsistent water temperature: If you notice fluctuations in water temperature or sudden bursts of cold water, your tankless water heater may need servicing.
  • Unusual noises: Rumbling, whistling, or knocking sounds from your unit could indicate sediment buildup or other issues requiring professional attention.
  • Reduced water flow: A decrease in water pressure or flow rate may signal a problem with your tankless water heater’s heating elements or flow sensors.
  • Error codes: Many tankless water heaters display error codes when there’s a malfunction. If you see an unfamiliar code, contact a professional for diagnosis and repair.
  • Leaks: Any signs of water leakage around your tankless unit should be addressed immediately to prevent damage and ensure optimal performance.

Typical Lifespan of a Tankless Water Heater

With proper maintenance and care, a tankless water heater can last up to 15-20 years, longer than traditional tank-style water heaters. Regular servicing can help extend the life of your tankless unit and ensure it continues to operate at peak efficiency.

Benefits of Installing a Tankless Water Heater

If you’re considering upgrading your home’s water heating system, a tankless water heater is an excellent choice. 

These innovative units offer numerous advantages over traditional tank-style water heaters, including:

  • Hot water on demand: Say goodbye to running out of hot water during busy mornings or when multiple appliances are in use.
  • Energy efficiency: Tankless water heaters only heat water as needed, reducing standby heat loss and lowering your energy bills.
  • Space-saving design: Without a bulky storage tank, tankless water heaters take up much less space in your home, freeing up valuable storage area.
  • Longer lifespan: With a life expectancy of 20+ years, tankless water heaters offer a long-term solution for your hot water needs.
  • Cleaner water: Tankless units don’t store water, reducing the risk of contamination and providing fresher, cleaner hot water for your family.
  • Precise temperature control: Tankless water heaters allow you to set your desired water temperature, ensuring a comfortable and consistent hot water supply.
  • Environmentally friendly: By reducing energy waste and lasting longer than traditional water heaters, tankless units help minimize your carbon footprint.
  • Versatile installation options: Tankless water heaters can be installed in various locations, including outdoors, allowing for greater flexibility in your home’s layout.

By upgrading to a tankless unit, you’ll enjoy a more reliable and efficient hot water supply and add value to your home.

Don’t settle for an inefficient water heating system. Upgrade to a tankless water heater and experience the difference in comfort, efficiency, and reliability. 

Call (615) 767-0541 or contact us online to request a free estimate on our Franklin tankless water heater unit installation and repair services.

Why Choose Us?

We Eliminate the Stress of Replacing Your Water Heater by Making Your Experience Fast, Friendly, and Comfortable.
  • Upfront Pricing
    We pride ourselves with our transparency and upfront pricing! Take the guesswork out of your decision-making and experience clarity like never before.
  • Offering 100% Free Quotes
    Get started on your path to reliable hot water today! Call now to discover the best solution for your needs with our free initial quote.
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    Experience unparalleled customer service and peace of mind knowing that we're here to ensure your complete satisfaction every step of the way.
  • Local Expertise
    Located in Middle Tennessee, our team brings a wealth of local area expertise, providing you with the best water heater solutions for your situation.

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Common Answers To Your Questions
  • How Do I Set an Appointment?
    We let you select your water heater with upfront pricing and then pick the time you want us to install it. Just click HERE and you’ll be directed to our online scheduling page. Schedule your appointment in less than 5 minutes. Or, you can call OR text us at (615) 767-0541.
  • What Does an Installation Include?
    • Delivery of the new hot water heater.
    • Installation of new unit
    • Fill & test
    • Removal & Disposal of old unit
    • A spotless clean-up
    • Instructions on using your new unit
  • What Kind of Water Heater Do I Have? Gas or Electric?

    There are a couple things to look for to know what kind of hot water heater you currently have.

    Gas – Is there a black or a flexible yellow or silver pipe going into the bottom of your hot water heater? If so you have a gas water heater. If there is a large PVC or Metal vent pipe coming from the top of your water heater you likely have a gas water heater. This vent pipe is used to force the exhaust created by the gas out of your home.

    Electric – Electric heaters do not need the vent pipe from the top because there is no exhaust. If there is a large electrical wire (could look similar to an extension cord or small grey garden hose) going into the top of your heater this indicates you have an electric water heater.

  • Do I Have an Atmospheric Vent, Direct Vent or Power Vent Gas Water Heater?

    For gas tank style heaters there are three common ways to vent the exhaust from your water heater.

    Atmospheric Venting is the the most common venting system. You'll know it is atmospheric if the vent pipe goes through the ceiling and the vent pipe has a little space between the top of the water heater and the venting.

    Direct Venting is commonly used to vent directly outside the space the the water heater is in and connects directly to your water heater with no space in between the top of the heater and the vent pipe. So the vent does a 90 degree turn directly outside the wall. If you have a direct vent water heater currently typically you have to replace with the same water heater. Below is an image of a direct vent model:

    Power venting is common when you have to vent the exhaust a long horizontal distance. Power vents have a motor attached to assist the exhaust.

  • How Do I Know How Many Gallons My Hot Water Heater Holds?
    Located on the side of your water heater is a label that will list capacity. Don’t confuse this with the energy rating label. Most common sizes are 40-50. Text us a picture of the label and we’ll help you identify your heater.
  • Do I Need an Expansion Tank?

    We recommend you have one installed if you do not currently have one. Expansion tanks protect much of your plumbing system, like dishwasher valves and toilet valves. That’s why we charge so little for the installation.

    Current building codes for new construction for the Nashville area requires an expansion tank be installed. Additionally, the manufacturers for the water heaters we install highly recommend expansion tanks if your home does not have one. Water expands when heated, and the water must have a place to go, or thermal expansion will cause an increase in pressure in your water lines. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 requires a back-flow preventer and check valves to restrict water flow back into public water systems. Now, virtually all plumbing systems are 'closed,' and the thermal expansion tank allows excess pressure to be safely absorbed.

    A two-gallon expansion tank is suitable for a water heater up to 50 gallons and a five-gallon expansion tank is best for anything larger.