It's a feeling you're probably aware of, and there's almost no greater shock than a shower that turns instantly cold first thing in the morning. Having a good water heater that can meet the needs of your family and household is important to keeping everyone happy, with hearts beating normally.
Standard water heaters use an insulated storage tank to heat and store water until it's needed by you. Because of their size, they're ideal for households and can typically handle demand from multiple points at the same time. Depending on your family's specific needs, a variety of storage volumes are available to meet most residential applications. Save Home Heat stocks the most popular sizes of natural gas heaters in our local warehouse, for quick response when needed. We have excellent availability of other models, including propane-fired and electric units.
Save Home Heat sells high quality tank water heaters which are available only thru licensed plumbing and heating contractors. With these units, you will find the most precise modern controls, enhanced performance and safety designs, and optional features which are not available at the big box stores. In addition to the highest EF efficiency ratings available in virtually all standard models, we also offer water heaters with increased insulation values and higher BTU/recovery ratings for situations where greater hot water supply is desired. You can count on our plumbers to help you choose the water heater that makes the most sense for your family and your home--and to do the job right!
While it seems that tank type water heaters have changed very little over the years, we urge you to learn about the differences that Save Home Heat's product line, and our process, has to offer!
- 30–75 gallon capacities
- Piezo igniter (no more lighting the pilot by hand!)
- Advanced gas valve and safety features standard
- Available with higher insulation (efficiency) ratings
- High recovery models available in most sizes
- Enhanced performance options available for most models
- Very reliable
- Lowest installed cost
- Can supply multiple hot water needs simultaneously
- American made / American owned product line!
- Many ENERGY STAR models offered
- Not highly efficient
- Typical lifespan roughly 10–12 years
- You can run the tank out of hot water (and have to wait for it to re-heat)
- Open combustion / atmospheric venting (burns indoor air with drafting effect to roof)