Tankless Water Heater Installation & Incentives

Tankless Water Heater Installation & Incentives

Here’s how to save money on a tankless water heater.

Missouri Gas Energy customers can receive up to a 0 credit on their MGE bill by purchasing a qualifying energy efficient natural gas water heater. Take a look at why using natural gas for your water heating needs is not only energy efficient, it also saves you money. For more information, log onto

https://www.missourigasenergy.com/MGE/index.jsp

And yes, the sediment inside the old tank heaters is real. It looks and feels a lot like sand. Bottoms up.

The old, rusted tank heater that’s seen better days is mine. I never knew how bad it looked, until I lit it for videotaping.

As always, thanks for watching.

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Some additional verbage for those with a passion for the obvious.

Now that natural gas prices and propane prices have shot up, the hot story for consumers is the tankless water heaters. If you are considering purchasing a new water heater, you should consider the tankless models.

Sure most people wait for the old one to go-out before they drive down to Home Depot or Lowes to shop for a water heater, but you could begin saving money immediately with these new heaters. Conventional water heaters must heat water on standby before the water is even used. Tankless water heaters do not have a storage or standby tank, so the water is heated only when you turn the spigot.

According to industry experts, you can save 10% to 20% on your gas bills by switching to tankless water heaters. You will also save on space. The average tankless water heater is about 24 inches high, 18 inches wide and 9 inches deep — significantly smaller than storage tank-type water heaters — although sizes vary.





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