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ConsumerSearch offers a convenient feature that allows users to compare the cost of water heaters based on its recommendations of the top appliances on the market. Some retailers also allow customers to compare prices of... More »

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Electric water heaters use electricity to heat water. They do this primarily by way of an immersion heating element that can heat the water to a temperature adjustable by the user. More »

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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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The cost for repairing a standard hot water heater varies based on the nature of the repair work, not the size of the unit, so large water heaters typically don't cost more to maintain and repair. Large commercial units,... More »

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Powerflex water heaters are unique because they have a built-in draft inducer fan that blows exhaust gases through a vent. This means that the water heater does not have to rely on the natural buoyancy of hot gases to ve... More »

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Tankless water heaters are available at The Home Depot, Lowe's and Sears, as of 2015. All three companies offer units that are powered by natural gas or electricity. More »

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Water heater timers set specific times for water heaters to be turned on and off. Homeowners typically use them as a way to save energy and money by lowering the on/off cycling rate of their units. Water heater timers ar... More »

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