You’ve been looking around for a new water heater for your Georgia home. You have probably read a bunch of comparisons on consumer sites and blogs. And while you know you want a propane water heater, you are still undecided between a tankless water heater and a tank water heater.
We’re here to help with some things to consider that can help guide you toward choosing the water heater that works best for your family’s needs and your budget.
The number of people in your home: The more people in the home, the more hot water you need for bathing, laundry, dishwashing and cleaning.
The size and number of your bathtubs: If you’re taking a bath, you want enough hot water for a comfortable soak. Some of today’s luxury tubs can be pretty large. If you choose a tank heater, you may need a larger capacity if you have a bathtub that is 75 gallons or larger.
What kind of shower features you have: Have you upgraded your shower with separate rain heads and spray features? That affects how much water you’ll use while taking a shower.
The size of the space where your water heater will be installed: Updated federal efficiency standards require that all storage tank water heater models must be larger. If you’re replacing a tank water heater, the new one may not fit in the space where your old one did. Your propane equipment expert can advise whether a new tank water heater will fit there.
Find a propane dealer near you to get started on adding a propane water heater to your home!