Tankless Water Heaters
in Crown Point, IN

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Tankless water heaters have become increasingly popular in Crown Point, IN. MN Heating & Air is known for its outstanding installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance for all brand names and models of tankless water heaters including State, Rheem, Rinnai, Navien, and more.

  • Committed to Providing Quality Service at an Affordable Price
  • Outstanding Customer Service
  • Family Owned & Operated - Founded in 2013
MN Heating & Air provides repair, maintenance and installation for tankless water heaters.
Do you need tankless water heater service? Call MN Heating & Air today!
MN Heating & Air is here to help with you tankless water heater issues


Tankless water heaters provide unparalleled efficiency and unlimited hot water, but they are technically advanced. Proper servicing of tankless water heater systems, regardless of brand, requires extensive training, parts support, and years of experience. Most tankless water heater problems are related to improper installation, water quality problems, and lack of required maintenance.

Tankless water heater service problems include

  • Installation Issues
    • Gas Supply: Intermittent flame failures cause by gas pressure problems. This is often caused by improper design of the gas piping system for your home or business.
    • Improper Venting: Block or obstructed air inlet or venting typically caused by heavy snow or improper installation
    • Condensate Issues: Higher efficiency tankless units produce condensation. This water needs to be removed from the unit and system vent and properly disposed of. If the venting system is improperly pitched, or not disposed of properly, this can cause system failures.
  • Maintenance or Water Quality Issues
    • Clogged Inlet Water Filter: Inlet water filters can become obstructed reducing water pressure and water flow. Homeowners can clean inlet filters. If this is a recurring problem, you may want to install a larger pre-filter in the water heater supply line.
    • Scale build-up: Causing reduced water flow, efficiency, and capacity. Water quality plays a key rock in scale accumulation. If your water has a high calcium carbonate content, you will want to flush your tankless water heater on a schedule or take steps to reduce the calcium content of your incoming potable water.
    • Changes in Hot Water Quality: Changes in wait times for hot water or fluctuating outlet water temperatures are often caused by scale of water filter problems.
    • Noise: Tankless water heaters are usually quiet. New noises or louder operation would indicate a service issue.

With our many years of experience, we know how great a properly installed and successfully serviced tankless water heater can be. Our know-how also allows us to help you make a wise choice by taking advantage of our expertise to enjoy many years of great tankless performance.



Gas-fired tankless water heaters are compact heating units that provide hot water as it is needed and do not store hot water like traditional tank-type water heaters. Because tankless heaters do not store water, they have reduced corrosion possibilities compared to tank-type heaters. As a result, their expected equipment life is possibly longer, typically more than 20 years, compared with 10 - 15 years for traditional heaters.

Since 2013 we have offered high-efficiency tankless water heaters to homeowners and businesses in the greater Crown Point, IN area.

Key benefits of tankless water heaters include

  • Air-Fuel Ratio (AFR) Sensor
  • Exhaust & Water Temperature Safety Control
  • They are wall hung and compact. They take up little or no floor space.
  • Both Condensing and Non-Condensing Models
  • State Condensing Tankless models are EnergyStar Qualified.
  • They provide endless hot water: you'll never run out of hot water again!
  • They carry up to a 15 year warranty in residential settings

Are you eager to learn if a tankless water heater is a good option for your family and your home? Contact us and one of our licensed and factory-trained tankless contractors will evaluate your home and your family’s water usage to help you decide if a tankless unit is right for you.