Choosing a Water Heater

What to consider when looking for a new propane water heater

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Do you think it’s time to replace your old water heater? You’re not alone. Each year, many North Carolinians take the plunge and upgrade to a more efficient water heating system that can save them money on energy costs while ensuring that they will always have a plentiful supply of hot water.

Of course, when considering such an investment in your home, you want to make the best selection possible. After all, you will be living with your water heater for quite a while.

The best way to get started is to complete the brief questionnaire below to determine how much water you typically use in your household. Once you complete it, you will be able to view your options, which can include non-condensing propane tankless water heaters, condensing propane tankless water heaters and conventional propane water heaters with a storage tank.

Your propane company will be glad to give you advice and answer your questions. They will also tell you how you can qualify for rebates when you install a propane water heater. Why not contact them soon?

Which water heater is right for you?

Answer the questions below to find out which water heater may be the one for your home. This calculator is best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer.

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How many shower heads do you have?

Do you have any custom high-flow showerheads (body spray, rain head, etc)?


What size bathtub do you have?

How much space do you have for your water heater?

Plenty (located in a utility room, i.e.)
Not much (located in a closet, i.e.)

At what location will your water heater be installed?