An electric water heater heats and stores the home's hot water supply. These units use one or more electrical resistance heating elements to supply the heat. A thermostat senses the water temperature and regulates the po... More »

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Installing an electric water heater requires the ability to read a level and work a soldering iron as well as basic electrical skills. An electric water heater has a life span of about 6 to 12 years, so most homeowners w... More »

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An electric water heater element is made of metal and heats up due to electrical resistance in order to warm the water in an electric water heater. Electric water heaters have both an upper and a lower water heater eleme... More »

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A water heater stores, heats and supplies hot water to multiple fixtures, such as a laundry machine, shower and sink, while a boiler is responsible for the heating of the entire house. Simply put, a water heater supplies... More »

An electric water heater element is made of metal and heats up due to electrical resistance in order to warm the water in an electric water heater. Electric water heaters have both an upper and a lower water heater eleme... More »

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After removing and draining the old water heater, hooking up new flex pipe segments, connecting to the gas supply (unless the heater is electric) and linking to the water supply complete replacement of a hot water heater... More »

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American Standard water heaters can be purchased online through mass retailers such as Amazon, through auction sites such as eBay and from hardware and home supply stores such as Home Depot. The American Standard website... More »

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