3 Reasons to Unplug Your Electric Water Heater and Switch to Propane!
Get more hot water for less money
We love ourselves some hot water. It gives us relaxing comfort in the bathtub or shower. It gets our dishes, clothes and home… clean!
So why stick with an ineffective, expensive electric water heater for your North Carolina home when you can get more hot water and more energy (and money) savings with a propane water heater from LG Jordan?
We have three reasons why you should make the switch to propane for your hot water needs:
- Performance. With an electric water heater, you often have to wait … and wait … and wait for the water to be heated. Propane water heaters can give you twice as much hot water in the same amount of time. And, if you choose a tankless propane water heater, you have endless hot water, on-demand. With propane, the waiting game is over!
- Saving money. Did you know that heating water is responsible for around 20 percent of your home energy costs? And that propane water heaters can cost 30 percent less to operate than electric heaters? That savings figure goes up to 50 percent less with a propane tankless water heater. The United States Department of Energy estimates that an average household will save around $174 a year with a propane water heater over an electric water heater.
- Environmental friendliness. Propane tankless water heaters can cut your water heating’s carbon emissions by around 50 percent.
While propane water heaters have more up-front expenses, you get more bang for your buck in the long run when it comes to your investment. Not only are you saving money on energy costs, you’ll have your water heater for a longer time. The average lifespan of a conventional electric tank water heater is around 12 to 14 years. Propane tankless water heaters last 20 years, or longer!
The professionals at LG Jordan can help you choose the right size of propane water heater to meet the hot water needs for your home and your family.
Learn more about how a propane water heater can enhance the quality of life and the value of your North Carolina home. Contact us today!