Most of hot water heaters are essentially steel cylinders fed by a cold-water inlet pipe (the dip tube) that protrudes into the tank (this line includes the shutoff valve). Water is heated in the tank, and hot water exits through a hot-water pipe atop the tank.
Gas is the fuel of choice if you already have natural-gas service or can run a gas line to your home economically. Gas models cost more than electrics. But on the basis of national-average fuel costs, a gas water heater will cost you about half as much to run as a comparable electric model. Thus, a gas heater might amortize the up-front difference in cost in as little as a year.
Hot Water Tanks
Hot Water Tank Installation
Hot Water Tank Repair
Gas Hot Water Tanks
Electric Hot Water Tanks
Tankless Hot Water Tanks
Our Service Area in West Virginia
Our plumbing repair service area is anywhere within a 50 mile radius of Charleston, West Virginia.