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Should You Have a Natural Gas Water Heater Installed?

Oct 24 ,2017

natural gas water heaterDo you need a new water heater? Chances are good that if you do, you have already done some shopping to see what is available. With all available options, your mind may be spinning trying to find what you need and want. One option you’ve hopefully considered is a natural gas water heater.

If you have decided that a natural gas water heater is best for you, congratulations. There are many benefits to purchasing a water heater that operates with natural gas.

  1. Cost efficiency: Natural gas water heaters typically operate at a lower cost than traditional models, leading to long term utility savings for homeowners.
  2. Environmentally friendly: More efficient than electricity, natural gas is also more environmentally friendly than electricity produced by coal, helping homeowners reduce their carbon footprint.
  3. Lasts longer than traditional water heater: Water heaters powered by natural gas are known to hold up for years longer than traditional water heaters.
  4. Works during power outages: During power outages, water heaters powered by electricity have a limited amount of hot water available, but natural gas water heaters can provide more comfortable water temperatures in the case of a power loss.

The best way to begin the process of getting a natural gas water heater is to contact your local air conditioning repair service, who can walk you through whether or not a natural gas water heater is a good fit for your home.

If you’re looking to install a natural gas water heater in your home, contact Northern’s One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning today. Our professionally trained team members will always be on time for installation or repair services and will provide you with efficient, cost effective solutions to your natural gas water heater needs.

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