Propane Water Heaters – Most Efficient and Stable Water Heaters

Propane powered water heaterPropane gas has many household applications, but one of the most cost-efficient uses is a propane water heater. Just like your stove or fireplace, propane offers a safe, efficient and stable alternative to the many other options on the market. Wondering if a propane water heater is right for you? Here are three reasons why making the choice to embrace propane may just be the best decision you make.

Propane Water Heaters are Stable

Not only are Propane Water Heaters one of the oldest and most consistent forms of water heaters, they’re also some of the most stable. Estimates put their lifespan at a decade or longer with proper maintenance – the exact same figure often attributed to their more expensive electric counterparts. They’re not only built to do the job well, they’re built to last, and when properly taken care of, can keep the hot water flowing from your faucets for many years to come.

Propane Water Heaters are Efficient

Almost universally across the United States and certainly in and around the Dallas area, electricity is much more likely to run up your utility bill than gas, which makes Propane Water Heaters the best choice for those looking to stay smart with their monthly spending. And because the U.S. Department of Energy tells us that heating water is the second biggest expense in our home, the savings provided by choosing a propane water heater can make big impact on your family’s budget. Plus, Northwest also offers some awesome rebates on your installation.

Propane Water Heaters are Safe

Just like gas stoves, fireplaces, and heating systems, millions of people across the United States use propane water heaters to keep their showers warm. When installed, inspected, and cared for properly, these cost-saving fixtures are as safe as any other appliance in your home.

If you have questions about propane or want to set up service for your home, call on the experts at Northwest Propane now at (800) 274-6121.

November 15, 2016
Northwest Propane Gas