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Gas Water Heater or Electric?
Making an Informed Decision | Regarding which is best for your home or business requires considering the Pros and Cons of both a Gas Water Heater and an Electric Water Heater.
It is surprising how many people don’t know which type of water heater they currently have in their home or business.
So if need be, check to see what type is currently installed. Is it gas, electric or even propane? Do you have a natural gas outlet available at the water heater, or only an electric outlet?
Many homes are not equipped with natural gas. Obviously, it would not be a good idea to buy a gas water heater if you have an all-electric home.
Both AO Smith and Bradford White produce the Gas Water Heater Murrieta home and business owners have come to depend on for durability, performance and economy.
HOW WATER HEATER PRODUCTS ARE CHANGING
The New Efficiency Standards or NAECA 2015 Affects Your Decision
We are committed to helping all of our customers make the transition to the 2015 standards as smooth as possible.
See AO Smith’s Video Regarding NAECA 2015 HERE
See Bradford White’s Video Regarding NAECA 2015 HERE
Which is Less Expensive – A Gas Water Heater or Electric?
If you live in a rural area that has propane service instead of natural gas, a propane gas water heater is usually also less expensive than electric water heater around Murrieta CA.
In almost all of California, natural gas is the most economical way to go.
It usually costs three times as much to heat the same amount of water with electricity as it does with gas.
If you have an electric water heater and a gas furnace or stove, you may save money in the long run if you extend the gas line to your gas water heater.
If you Decide on a Gas Water Heater
If you need a new gas storage water heater, ask for one that’s earned the ENERGY STAR and start enjoying these benefits:
Save yourself some cash. Choose an ENERGY STAR qualified gas storage model instead of a standard model and save about $30 a year. Over the 13-year lifetime of the water heater that’s about $360. Larger families can save even more money.
At the same time you may want to consider the energy saving benefits of an Electric Water Heater.