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Traditional or storage hot North Richland Hills water heaters are typically either gas or electric powered and come in a variety of sizes. Power source generally varies by geography. For example, in Oregon and Washington about forty percent of homes have electric powered heaters while in Northern and Southern California the vast majority of North Richland Hills water heaters are gas powered.
North Richland Hills water heaters Come in a Variety of Sizes
Both residential gas and electric North Richland Hills water heaters comein a variety of sizes but the most common are:
The majority of homes have a 40 or 50 gallon tank with the 50 gallon tank being the most common. Larger tanks such as a 66 or 80 gallon tank are usually only used for very large homes or for homes that have a large soaking tub or jacuzzi.
It is possible to upsize or d
ownsize your North Richland Hills water heater. Customers are often interested in installing a larger tank if they have recently installed a large soaking tub. When upsizing to a larger tank, we will ensure that your entire system is installed safely and typically this will entail increasing the size of the vent on gas North Richland Hills water heaters. Larger tanks emit a larger volume of carbon monoxide and as a result, must have a larger vent in order to be safely installed. We can also check space requirements with you over the phone to ensure that a larger tank will fit. Occasionally a customer will choose to downsize their tank as 66 and 80 gallon tanks are often more expensive than more common 50 gallon tanks. We do not recommend downsizing from a 50 gallon tank to a 40 gallon tank, however, as 40 gallon tanks are typically comparable in price to 50 gallon tanks.
Tankless North Richland Hills water heaters! Love hot showers, but hate high utility bills? Takagi tankless North Richland Hills water heater provides an energy efficient solution for residential water heating needs. Tankless North Richland Hills water heater technology isn’t new – it’s been used in Europe and Asia for quite some time. But it definitely has evolved. There are two types of tankless systems – point of use and whole house. Point of use systems are small heaters installed under sinks for the purpose of on-demand water heating for that specific sink. Whole house systems replace traditional North Richland Hills water heaters, which operate by keeping a large tank of water hot enough at all times for immediate use. This involves either expenditure of gas or electricity in order to keep 50 to 100 gallons of water constantly hot. Tankless systems heat and distribute water only when needed. The compact area required for installation of the unit is significantly less than what’s needed for a tank system, one of the reasons for their popularity in Europe and Japan. Takagi heaters are 35 to 50% more energy efficient than traditional water heating systems, and are approved by air quality management agencies for their low emissions.
There are a also a variety of smaller tanks used for special applications such as an fire place repair under sink North Richland Hills water heater (sometimes called a lowboy) and very small 2, 4, 6, 20, 25, 20 and 30 gallon tanks which are sometimes used as supplements to your North Richland Hills water heater system or used as application-specific tanks. Tanks of this size can be useful for a single sink or in same cases are used as an additional heater for a recirculation system. Tanks of this size, however, are typically only available in electric powered and not gas powered.
How Do Tanks Compare in Terms of Efficiency and Hot Water Output?
Typically, there are four measures of how a hot water tank operates:
Recovery rate assuming the temperature is raised by 90° F
1st Hour recovery rate
Estimated operating cost
Efficiency rating is a measure of the percentage of heat transfer from the energy source to your water. Standard electric tanks range from 88-95% efficiency while standard gas tanks range from 55-65% efficiency. Electric tanks allow for higher energy transfer because electric tanks heat your water through heating elements which are submerged in the water, while gas fired tanks are heated from below through a gas burner.
Despite higher efficiency ratings, typically electric tanks are more expensive to operate as the cost of electricity needed to heat your water is higher than the cost of gas needed to heat your water. So, while heat transfer is more efficient in electric tanks, this does not mean that your overall energy usage is less in an electric tank. Because of this, many utility companies and governments often encourage residents to use gas heating if choosing between gas and electric.
Regardless, the higher the efficiency rating of your tank, the less energy is wasted in heating the water.
Recovery rate is the amount of hot water your tank can produce in the space of one hour assuming a 90° F increase in water temparature. Electric tanks typically produced approximately 20-22 gallons of hot water in an hour while gas tanks 30-40 gallons in an hour. So, on average, gas tanks produce more hot water at a faster rate.
First Hour Rating
First hour rating is simply the amount of hot water your tank can produce in one hour of continuous usage and is a function of the gallon capacity and the recovery rate. 50 gallon gas tanks will
typically have a first hour rating in the range of 70-80 gallons; 50 gallon electric tanks will typically have a first hour rating around 60 gallons.
Estimated Operating Costs
Estimated operating costs are typically provided by the manufacturer but are highly subject to energy prices. Assuming average usage and $0.086/kilowatt hour in electricity costs, your electric tank will cost around $400 to operate per year. Assuming $0.50/therm gas cost and average usage, your gas tank will cost you around $120-130 to operate per year.
Fast North Richland Hills water heater Company currently offers three warranty options on all of our installations:
Basic 6 Year Warranty: Our basic 6 year manufacturer’s warranty covers tank leakage for 6 years, parts for 6 years and labor for 1 year.
Standard 10 Year Warranty: Our 10 year warranty covers tank leakage for 10 years, parts for 10 years and labor for 1 year.
Best 15 Year Warranty: Our 15 year warranty covers tank leakage for 15 years, parts for 15 years and labor for 1 year. We install all of our 15 year warranty tanks with a second anode rod to protect your tank against corrosion.