Water Heater Reviews
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Water Heater Buyers Guide
Purchasing a water heater can be a confusing process. Before purchasing a new water heater, read a water heater buyers guide. The guide will explain all the options and features that are available to you. The water heater buyers guide will help you feel more confident when making this important purchase.
When shopping for a water heater, you will have two choices for fuel. You will be able to choose between gas and electric. When deciding between the two, there are several things to consider. A gas water heater tends to be more expensive. If you go with gas, you will need an outdoor ventilation system. They are less expensive to run. If your power goes out, the gas water heater will not be affected. An electric water heater is less expensive compared to gas models. With an electric water heater, you will not need an outdoor ventilation system. Gas water heaters are easier to maintain and heat water more quickly.
After you have decided between gas or electric, your next choice will be a conventional model or tank-less model. A conventional water tank will heat water constantly. Conventional tanks can hold anywhere from 20 to 80 gallons of water at any one time. They are also less expensive compared to tank-less models. If you are looking to save on your energy costs, consider purchasing a tank-less water heater. These models can reduce your energy bill by 30%. If you use hot water frequently, you may run out of hot water quickly. When choosing a water heater, consider fuel efficiency and size. Before make a final purchase, study a water heater buyers guide.