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Unlike electric water heaters that use electrical resistance coils and internal thermostats to heat water, gas-fired heaters use a gas-powered burner situated in the base of the tank to heat water. While a gas water heater typically works faster and uses less energy (resulting in lower energy bills), it must be properly installed, so that you minimize safety risks. You want a licensed and insured professional to complete the job. You want Public Service Plumbers.
At Public Service Plumbers, we’ve been providing unmatched service and workmanship to homeowners and businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for nearly six decades. We take a comprehensive and common sense approach, thoroughly assessing all your plumbing needs and offering long-term, cost-effective solutions. All of our plumbers have at least 10 years of experience, and our support staff has more than 100 years of combined plumbing experience. No job is too large or too small.
We offer a complete line of gas water heaters for home and heavy-use environments. All our gas hot water heaters meet or exceed all industry and government requirements for efficiency and safety. Since there is a trade-off between a water heater’s recovery rate and the amount of hot water it can store, understanding and comparing the unique features of a gas water heater is important for selecting the one that makes the most sense for you.
What Should You Consider When Buying a Gas Water Heater?
In general, gas water heaters offer the advantage of a higher recovery rate than electric water heaters. For families with four or more members, gas water heaters can store up to 40 or 50 gallons of hot water to cover a household’s showering, dishwashing and laundry needs. Since gas water heaters can heat water faster, there isn’t a need to have as large a storage capacity. As a result, gas-powered hot water heaters can deliver hot water faster than electric water heaters. Smaller families, or ones with schedules that don’t involve multiple family members making simultaneous demands on a home’s hot water supply, may benefit from a tankless or hybrid water heater system.
To learn more about the advantages of a gas water heater, or to discuss pricing or get an estimate, call Public Service Plumbers at (214) 753-4633. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to your call. We respond to all warranty and service issues within 48 hours. You’ll receive a one year warranty on all parts and labor.