Water Heater Repair in Tampa, FL
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Cost to repair a water heater in Tampa, FL
What affects price of your repair?
Cost is mainly determined by the part that needs replacing. Typically, the parts that go bad include the water heater's thermostat and heating elements. Tankless water heaters can cost more based on the complexity of the system. Traditionally, tankless water heater repairs can range from $350–$1,200 on average. If you have questions or you're not sure if you have a tankless system or tank system, let our experts know and we'll guide you in the right direction.
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How it works
Your water heater repair in 5 simple steps
Contact us to schedule an appointment day and time frame.
Get an arrival call
Your plumber will call you when they're close to your home. If they don't arrive on time, we'll credit you $100*. *Credit towards a current or future service
We diagnose the issue
Your plumber will ask a few questions and investigate the water heater to determine the problem.
Get upfront pricing
Your plumber will explain the problem, possible solutions and the prices for each solution.
Relax while we repair
Sit back and relax as your plumber fixes your water heater that same day (in most situations).
Repair vs. Replace
3 signs you need a new water heater
- Water heater is 10-15 years old: 10-15 years is the average lifespan of a tank water heater. To learn your water heater's birthday, look on the upper portion of your water heater for the manufacturer’s sticker and find the serial number. To interpret the serial number, consult the water heater manufacturer's website.
- Hot water is a rusty color: This means the water heater is rusting away on the inside and will eventually leak or—at worst—burst.
- Tank is leaking: Unfortunately, this problem can't be fixed, and you'll need a new water heater ASAP.