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Natural Gas Water Heaters

A water heater lasts about 10-15 years, and when it fails, it can leave you with a big mess. When in a rush to replace, it's hard to evaluate options, and consumers often end up with the least-efficient choice. Consider replacing your old water heater with a high-efficiency natural gas model before it fails.

What’s the difference? 

  • Natural Gas Storage Water Heaters
    Choosing a high-efficiency qualifying natural gas storage water heater instead of a standard model can save about $30 each year. That's about a $360 savings over the 13-year lifetime of the water heater. Qualifying units also run quieter, reducing room noise.

  • Natural Gas Tankless Water Heaters
    Tankless water heaters offer a space-saving design by only heating water when you need it. You’ll save energy by not keeping 40-60 gallons of water hot, as with conventional storage water heaters.

Want to know more about natural gas water heaters, standard operating costs and emissions? Check out our Appliance/Equipment Comparison Calculator.

Have any questions? E-mail or call 1-877-279-3636 (Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.).

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