Consider a New Gas Water Heater Replacement!

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Hot water on demand is something that is easy to take for granted – until it’s gone. The last thing you need is only cold water coming out of your shower head on a cold winter morning. Aside from showers, we regularly depend on hot water for everything from washing dishes (or your pet) to washing clothes.

Because of your daily use, it is important to choose the right water heater that is within your budget, meets your hot water needs, and will last you for years to come (with some additional energy savings maybe?).

Here in Nevada, gas water heaters are king. They are the most commonly installed water heaters on the market, and most homes are pre-fabricated with running gas lines. While we do advise that you hire a professional plumbing company to safely install your new gas water heater, you will get to enjoy a heap of benefits that they provide for years to come!

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Why Should You Consider a Gas Water Heater?



If you want hot water fast, gas water heaters will heat up your water much faster than their popular electric water heater counterparts. Because of this, gas water heaters are a more ideal option for larger households or commercial buildings with higher hot water demands. 

Water Heater Energy Savings


A gas water heater loses heat due to exhaust gases and the tank’s walls. In terms of energy costs, however, gas water heaters are more affordable to operate since propane and natural gas are more affordable compared to electricity. Compare your power and gas bill to see for yourself!



If you already have a pre-existing gas line at your home or building, installing a new gas water heater will be that much easier and affordable. They are also cheaper to install and maintain because they have less moving parts, and the final product is more efficient. More on this below…

Water Heater Energy Guide


We get callers everyday asking what kind of water heater should you buy. One of the first things we confirm is if you have a gas line running to your home or business. If you do, we normally recommend buying a new gas water heater from us (not the cheaper ones from Home Depot or Lowes that will break down quicker in the long run).

Once you decide on going with a gas water heater, one of the most important factors to decide (other than the size) is their energy factor rating, or EF rating. The EF rating is determined by three main factors:

STANDBY LOSS – percentage of heat loss when idle
CYCLING LOSS – percentage of heat loss when operating
RECOVERY RATE – percentage of water heated vs wasted

Established by the US Department of Energy, the EF rating will let you know just how energy efficient your water heater is. The higher the EF rating, the more efficient your water heater is, and the more money you save in energy costs every month. 



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How long do gas water heaters last?

The lifespan of a gas water heater depends on a variety of factors. It is important to keep in mind the age and type of your current unit, as well as any recent maintenance or repairs you may have had done. The average lifespan for most units is 10-12 years, but some high-efficiency units can last up to 20 years with proper care and maintenance.

A typical gas water heater works by using natural gas from your house’s supply to heat water that is then sent out through the hot water pipes to provide hot water for use around the house. When this happens, it often produces rust and sediment inside the tank and pipelines. This buildup leads to decrease in efficiency and an increased risk of fire. In order to prevent this buildup, it is extremely important to religiously follow a cleaning and maintenance schedule.

While these schedules may vary slightly depending on the manufacturer, the average cleaning cycle for most units should be every six months. The easiest way to remember this is by setting a calendar reminder about two months after you turned your last unit on during the season prior. This will help ensure that your water heater lasts as long as possible without any problems or risk of fire.

If you have any doubts about the condition of your water heater, or if there are any concerns regarding odd noises coming from it or its performance, it is best to contact a professional plumber.

Gas Water Heaters Tank or Tankless?

Tanked Gas water heaters usually take a long time to reach the desired temperature, but they are more economical because of their lower energy consumption. Tankless water heaters can achieve a high temperature instantly, and have been shown to save up to 40% on heating costs. However, they are more expensive. There is a variety of tankless water heaters available as well as to get the best one suited for your needs.

If you want only hot water when it’s needed, then a tankless might be just what you need. Tankless Water Heaters have become increasingly popular because they produce hot water on demand – no energy wasted while waiting for hot water. Also, if you do not use any hot water for an extended period of time, there will be no rise in temperature inside the tank. 

For example, if your house has five people in it and uses 120 gallons of hot water in an average day (a bit more than three showers and two loads of laundry). If you choose a 50-gallon gas water heater, then it will cost $17 more each month to heat the water with the tankless unit. Assuming that a gallon of gas costs twice as much as electricity, and that your energy prices increase at the rate they do for most American households (5% per year), then it will take ten years before you save enough money to pay for purchasing a tankless unit.

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