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Propane Water Heater

steamy shower from propane water heater

Elevate your home spa experience with a propane water heater.

Winter brings the cold and darkness, but it’s not going to bring you down. You still go outside. You still get things done. Even if you step in a puddle or shovel snow until your feet are blue, you are unstoppable. But after all of that, it’s time for you to take care of yourself. Taking a hot shower after a blistering cold day gets your blood pumping again. But if you have to sit there waiting for warm water that will never come, it’s just endless disappointment. That’s where a propane water heater comes in.

Propane water heaters are all about satisfaction. Instant gratification is perfect for when you want hot water, and nothing delivers that like propane. The average propane water heater produces twice the amount per minute compared to an electric one. And they are fast, with near-immediate warm-up times.

They provide endless hot water and nearly endless benefits. From producing fewer greenhouse gas emissions than electric-powered water heaters, to saving as much as 50% in energy costs. Tankless water heaters are at the cutting edge of water heating technology. Thanks to their compact and efficient design, these can save you space while lasting longer than most other options.


Storage Water Heaters

These are the conventional water heaters. They have a storage tank that holds the water, and because of that, they take up a bit more space. That said, they are smaller than what electric water heaters need to produce the same amount of hot water. They are also Energy Star qualified. There are no electric storage water heaters that have this qualification.


Tankless Water Heaters

These are a great space-saving option due to their compact size and flexibility with where they can be placed. These can handle the outdoors, so some people choose to place their heater outside. They have the lowest cost of ownership and offer better performance than other types of water heaters, while also having a longer life. They can bring down energy costs while providing reliable hot water.



If that wasn’t enough, there are rebates that can help you upgrade your system. WPGA in California and Nevada Propane Dealers Associate in Nevada both offer up to $300 in rebates for storage or tankless propane heaters. If you’d prefer to work directly with your water heater provider, Rinnai has federal tax credit assistance, which can range from $50 to $400. All in all, getting a propane water heater has never been easier.


Here are some rebate options:


Printable Version of our DLE Winter 2023 Propane Press