Water heaters are an essential appliance that keep our day-to-day lives running smoothly. It’s simply the modern way of life and definitely not something we think about… until it’s not working! A huge part of your home’s comfort, and the comfort of your daily life, comes from your water heater. It’s important to pick one that’ll last a long time and that’ll do a great job heating your water.
With water heaters, you have the option to heat your water using different methods: gas or electricity.
The Gas vs. Electric Debate
The decision to use gas vs. electric is entirely up to you.
Depending on where you live and what your local utility companies charge, gas water heaters are generally cheaper to operate than electric ones. They’re also thought to be more cost-effective up front, however electric water heaters are more energy efficient. You’ll typically make the difference in price up within one year.
A gas water heater uses heat from burning natural gas, or another fuel, and heats the water that’ll be used in your home. An electric water heater, on the other hand, utilizes electric resistance coils to heat your water.
State Water Heaters
- 6-Year Parts Warranty
- Atmospheric Vent Standard
- Power Vent Upgraded Efficiency Units
State Water Heaters offer electric and standard atmospheric natural gas heaters. They also offer propane and power vent models in natural gas and propane.
Navien Wall Hung Tankless Water Heaters
- Offered for on demand, hot water heating capabilities
- Saves Space
- Operates Quietly
- Consumer Rebates
- High Efficiency
- Constant Hot Water
Tankless water heaters are generally much more energy efficient than conventional storage tanks. In fact, they’re anywhere from 24%-34% more efficient.
Depending on what your needs are at your home, we’ll make the right suggestion on what size water heater you’ll need. For example, if you’re only heating one bathroom, you’ll use a smaller water heater. However, if you’re heating two showers at the same time, you’ll need at least 5 gallons of hot water per minute!
We offer waters heaters to fit any application and any need.
Always remember that just because you can purchase something at a big box store does not mean it should be installed by anyone other than a professional.
Some water heaters require upgrades to existing conditions. which are necessary to ensure new tank works properly, safely and efficiently. Contact us anytime. We’re here to help!