If you are using an electric water heater in your home, your energy costs are needlessly high. Electric water heaters are notoriously slow and energy inefficient, and, since heating water accounts for about 20% of your home’s energy costs, you feel that inefficiency in your wallet.
You’ll get improved energy efficiency and savings, as well as more comfort, by upgrading to a propane water heater. Both conventional tank storage water heaters and high-efficiency tankless water heater are far better than electric models.
Propane also gives you more security with your water heating, as you don’t have to worry about power outages or grid failures.
Whichever you choose, you’ll see big energy savings over electric water heaters from the day your new unit is installed!
Propane storage tank models heat more water at a faster rate and for about 30% less than comparable electric models, providing greater comfort and savings! As with most other propane appliances, propane tank water heaters cost on average between 40% and 60% less to operate than comparable electric water heaters, factoring in energy costs, maintenance and repair costs, and life expectancy.
A tankless water heater delivers substantial energy savings while also generating more comfort!
A propane tankless water heater can help you save money on your water heating energy bills by as much as 40% when compared with an electric water heater.
A traditional water heater with a tank heats and reheats the water in it over and over, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you’ll always have hot water when you need it. But that uses a lot of energy. A tankless model heats water only when you need it, giving you endless hot water on demand while slashing your energy usage!
The cold water from your water lines enters the tankless water heater unit through a pipe. It is immediately heated using a propane gas burner. That heated water is then sent directly to where it is needed: the shower, the kitchen sink, the washing machine.
If you need hot water in more than one place, it’s no problem when you have a tankless water heater! It keeps heating all the water you need, as long as you need it. You’ll be able to take a shower while the dishwasher is running or a load of hot-water laundry is in the washer, or if someone else is taking a shower in the other bathroom.
A tankless water heater also eliminates the worries that can come with a standard water heater—concerns about maintaining the tank or the possibility of it breaking down. Tankless water heaters last around twice as long as traditional water heaters with a tank, giving you an outstanding return on your investment.