Tankless Water Heater Repair in Denver, CO
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Is your tankless water heater underperforming? Let The Cooper Green Team’s skilled plumbers come to the rescue. Our experts deliver top-notch repairs for all tankless water heater brands and models, often resolving issues in a single home visit. Facing a hot water crisis? We provide 24/7 emergency assistance. For added assurance, every repair includes a 1‑year labor warranty and a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. As the trusted choice for Denver homeowners, we’re eager to offer you peace of mind and a repair that resolves your issue the first time around.
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How much does a water heater repair cost in Denver?
Our avg price:$472
Why are our prices slightly higher?
Some plumbing companies advertise lower prices to get their foot in the door. Then, the plumber provides a rushed, second-rate repair that doesn't thoroughly fix the problem. At Cooper, our prices are slightly higher because we invest the time and effort to repair your tankless water heater correctly the first time. That way, you don't have to spend additional money or deal with the hassle of calling a plumber to fix the same problem again.
Tankless water heater repair cost factors:
The price of replacement parts
If your repair requires a new part, the cost of the new part will factor into the overall repair price. Some tankless water heater components are more expensive than others. For example, replacing a heating element will cost more than replacing a limit switch.
Some water heater issues take longer to repair than others, which raises the price of labor. Additionally, if your tankless water heater is in a hard-to-reach area like a small closet, or a homeowner's property is blocking the water heater and needs to be moved first, it can increase the overall cost of the repair.
Whether your warranty is valid
When you first purchased your tankless water heater, it came with a warranty from the manufacturer. If this warranty is still valid and has not yet expired, you could pay less out-of-pocket for your repair.
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Our tankless water heater repair process
Get fast service & upfront pricing
Our plumber will arrive on time and start by diagnosing your tankless water heater. Once they determine the cause of the problem, they will provide upfront, honest pricing on the work that needs to be done. If you decide to repair your water heater with us, we'll waive the service fee!
Relax while we repair your water heater
Once you sign off on the price, our plumber will get to work. During the entire process of the repair, our plumber will make sure to protect your home (we bring drop cloths and shoe covers).
Enjoy peace of mind
Once your plumber has finished the repair, they'll explain exactly what they fixed and make sure your tankless unit is running perfectly again. We're confident that our plumber will do the job right the first time, but in the rare event something does go wrong, we back our work with a 1-year labor warranty.
Should I repair or replace my tankless water heater?
Tankless water heaters generally have a long lifespan (20+ years). But like all appliances, they don't last forever. If you're facing an expensive repair, you may be wondering if you should pay for the repair or replace your tankless system altogether.
You may consider investing in a new tankless system if...
- The repair price is over half the cost of a new system.
- The warranty on your tankless system has expired.
- Your tankless unit is more than 15 years old (getting a newer, more efficient system could save you money in the long run).
- You're constantly running out of hot water, but your hot water usage hasn't changed.
- Your tankless unit is showing signs of rust and corrosion.
"We had our hot water again before lunchtime…"
—Gayle G. | Denver homeowner
Our hot water heater started leaking this past weekend. We have previous experience with Cooper Heating & Cooling in servicing our heating and air conditioning system. One call to their 24/7 service on Sunday morning enabled us to arrange for a replacement water heater on Monday morning. The installers were prompt and very courteous. They made sure everything was completed as specified. We had our hot water again before lunchtime. I will be recommending Cooper Heating & Cooling to our friends and family.