Sale, Installation & Services for Propane Water Heaters
If you are searching for an efficient solution for your hot water needs, a propane hot water heater could meet your requirements. Keeping in mind that roughly one-fifth of the average household’s annual energy costs are related to hot water, switching from electric to a propane hot water heater can save a lot of money.
Propane water heaters are more convenient, easy to use, and less expensive to operate than the standard electric water heater. Our company offers propane water heater retrofits, replacements, and service for propane water heaters, as well as fuel provisions.
Propane Water Heater High Efficiency
More and more homeowners across the nation are choosing propane water heaters because of the high level of efficiency such systems offer. A propane water heater provides substantial savings when directly compared with an electric water heater. Pair these savings with a wider selection of sizes, reduced risk of power issues, and a quicker recovery rate, and you can clearly see why homeowners increasingly choose propane water heaters.
Because propane water heaters have a recovery rate twice as fast as electric water heaters, homes can receive more hot water from the same sized tank. This brings significant benefits to smaller-sized homes in particular; a small propane water heater will provide small homes with abundant hot water while taking up minimal physical space. All sizes of homes will benefit from propane water heater’s energy efficiency. An efficient heater means less wasted energy and lower monthly bills.
Why should I use a propane water heater?
Homeowners choose propane water heaters for many different reasons. For one thing, propane water heaters’ lower operating costs and higher level of efficiency mean that most homes save money by investing in them. To break things down, a propane water heater costs approximately $25 less per month than an electric model of the same size and specifications. In fact, the overall cost of a propane heater is one-third less expensive than that of an electric heater. Pair this level of efficiency with an extended lifespan of around ten years, and you can save between $3,000 to $4,000 by switching to a propane water heater. For many homeowners, these potential savings make the decision for them. Currently, over 3 million homes in the country use propane water heaters. Your home can be the next – call Northwest Propane for more information on the benefits of propane water heaters!
How much does it cost to run my water heater?
A professionally installed water heater allows you to take a hot shower, clean the dishes properly, and otherwise live comfortably in your home. Many homeowners take their system for granted. Of course, some more involved homeowners want to know the monthly cost of their water heater. On average, a water heater will run for about three hours per day. A conventional 50-gallon, 5,500-watt water heater costs just $0.16 per kilowatt hour to operate. That translates to an operational cost of $781 per year. The amount of electricity used by your home’s water heater can vary significantly depending on the overall size of the water tank, the amount of hot water used, the temperature of the water, and the insulation of the tank.
Propane water heaters come as both conventional tank water heaters and tankless water heaters, which offer even greater energy efficiency and savings, as well as multiple options for installation with less space needed. Propane water heaters are also environmentally sound, resulting in fewer emissions based on reduced electric usage. Contact us today for more information on propane water heaters and how they can save you money.