Gas water heaters can last about 10 years, while electric water heaters last about 15 years. There are some ways homeowners can extend the life of water heaters.  More »

Home water heaters typically have a lifespan of approximately 10 years. The exact lifespan of the water heater depends on various factors, including correct installation, usage, construction quality of the water heater a... More »

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You can expect a new water heater to last from 8 to 12 years, depending on the unit, maintenance schedule and local weather conditions. Regular maintenance can increase the lifespan of most water heaters. More »

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The benefits gas water heaters have over electric water heaters include higher efficiencies, low operating costs, a continuous hot-water supply, smaller storage-space requirements, reduced risk of power problems, more ac... More »

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Whirlpool water heaters include an owner's manual, but customers can also find an owner's manual for their water heaters online at WhirlpoolWaterHeaters.com. Customers can visit the website directly, or click the link at... More »

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State Select water heaters are a line of water heaters produced by State Industries. These water heaters are designed for residential use and include several models in different sizes. More »

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Gas water heaters generally cost less to operate, while electric water heaters cost less up front and less to install. Electric heaters are also safer and require less maintenance. More »

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