Gas Condensing Water Heaters Omaha
Gas condensing water heaters come in storage tank sizes of 55 gallons and more. How do they differ from the previous generation of gas storage tank water heaters? Essentially, they require less natural gas to produce the same amount of hot water. That, in turn, leads to fewer greenhouse gas emissions and annual energy savings up to $100.
Electric Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters Omaha
Meet the next generation of electric storage tank water heaters. When compared to their predecessors, you can expect annual energy savings up to $350 from an electric hybrid system. That’s because its heat pump component uses the air around it to help heat the water.
While gas condensing and electric hybrid water heaters cost more than conventional storage tank systems, you’ll more than make up the difference in annual energy savings. In fact, some electric hybrid systems come equipped with “sleep mode” to help you save even more money when you’re away on vacation.
At Burton, we also design and install tankless water heaters. Contact us today for more on this space-saving alternative to storage tank water heaters.
Contact Burton today to learn more about your home water heater options. We’ll fully explain them, answer all your questions, and then present you with multiple new system options to help you obtain exactly the right new water heater for your home and budget.