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Are you showers barely warm? What about your bath water? Perhaps it’s time for a new water heater. The life span of most water heaters is 10-12 years before performance goes downhill. I know mine is getting up there.
Water heaters are the second-largest energy users in a typical home. That means they have a big impact on your energy costs, as well as your carbon footprint. Depending on your needs, a tankless propane water heater can help reduce both, saving you money and lowering your environmental impact.
With a tankless water heater you can do multiple tasks such as showering, washing dishes and doing laundry all at the same time and still have plenty of hot water. There’s no tank to limit how much water you can use and when to use it, which means there is no need to worry about running out. I love that!
Why propane and how well do you know propane?
Did you know that propane is used in nearly 50 million households and businesses for water and space heating, cooking, clothes dryers and back up power?
Propane-powered tankless water heaters deliver lower annual ownership costs than electric or heating oil models in most parts of the country. They save up to 9 to 16 square feet of floor space; save more than $150 in annual energy costs; and have up to 60 percent lower CO2 emissions.
Endless Supply of Hot Water
Propane tankless water heaters provide comfort, versatility, convenience, and efficiency
by supplying high volumes of hot water with compact and highly innovative technology.
They delivery an endless supply of hot water. What more can you ask for?
In fact, propane tankless water heaters can deliver an average of more than 200 gallons per hour, whereas a standard 50-gallon electric storage tank water heater can deliver only
64 gallons of hot water in the first hour. The notable difference in performance can mean
taking a hot shower or a cold shower.
If you want to learn more about propane the Propane Education & Research Council can help. Head over to PROPANE -Clean American Energy and learn everything you wish to know about propane. You can also sign up for incentives, newsletters, and take online classes.
One lucky reader can win a Rinnai Tankless Water Heater. Good luck! Winners must be in the US.
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