Natural Gas Water Heaters
Today’s natural gas water heaters are the most efficient models on the market. Compared to electric water heaters, they’re less expensive to operate, they heat water faster, and they provide hot water even when the electricity goes out. They’re more durable, since the flame does all the work and there are fewer parts to fail or wear out. And, they come in a variety of sizes so you can select one to best meet your needs.
Tank Water Heating
Natural gas water heaters are built to last. The flame does all the work, so there are fewer parts to wear out – no electric elements, no wiring, and no fuses that can fail or need replacement.
The most common type of water heater holds heated water in a tank at a constant temperature, producing up to 2 times more hot water than an electric model in the same amount of time. Take a look at these additional benefits:
Costs less to operate
Reliable during power outages
Water heats twice as fast as electric
Quicker recovery, bringing you more hot water faster
Helps lower your carbon footprint, it’s the greener choice
Tankless Water Heating System
Sometimes called "on demand” water heaters. Water is heated only on demand, providing a continuous, energy efficient supply of hot water. Take a look at these additional benefits:
Heats water on demand without a storage tank
Has a natural gas burner that ignites and heats water instantaneously when the hot water tap is turned on
Needs only half the space of a conventional water storage tank
Cuts energy costs by as much as 70%
Comes in a smaller size that is ideal for vacation homes or homes with one or two occupants.
Life expectancy 20 year average
Hydro Heat System
Provides constant supply of hot water and heats the home with warm air. A thermostat-controlled pump sends hot water from the water heater through a coil in the heating system. A fan blows air over the heated coil, distributing warm air throughout the home.
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