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Propane Hot Water Tanks And Heater Systems:
JC Mechanical offers sales, service, installation and repair of all major commercial and residential propane hot water systems. JC Mechanical can also install, service and repair all other types of hot water systems not listed here. Feel free to contact us for information about your type or brand.
About Propane Hot Water Tanks and Heaters:
Modern propane water heaters have made great advances in design and technology to become the primary water heating choice for consumers outside natural gas service areas. Propane Gas water heaters available today include standard "tank type" water heaters with capacities ranging from less than 40 gallons to larger units holding more than 100 gallons.

As the move to cleaner and greener fuels becomes the standard, water heaters are also available in space saving models that consist of a tankless design, thus cutting down on fuel consumption and decreasing emissions as propane is only used as hot water is used. Tankless water heaters are also known as "instant" or "On Demand" hot water heaters whereas tank type water heaters are still referred to as standard "water heaters".

Any propane appliance should be conducted by a professional as all propane water heaters require plumbing connections, pipe and fittings for both water and propane gas. Tank type water heaters use a large internal container (tank) to hold the heated water prior to use. Propane heats the tank from the bottom of the unit and in turn, heats the water inside to a temperature set by the user via a thermostat. The temperature in a standard tank type water heater is kept at a constant temperature regardless of hot water demand and use. Compared to most other fuels, propane is still a more cost effective water heating solution.