Benefits of a natural gas storage water heater

Ideal for houses and condos, the storage water heater is the most common type of water heater in use today. It quickly and inexpensively heats up large quantities of water and stores it in a tank until it is needed. 

Everyone deserves a hot shower

The natural gas storage water heater combines reliability and performance. Since it produces greater quantities of hot water twice as fast as an electric model, the entire family can take a hot shower. In addition, some models can even keep working during power outages.

Consume less, spend sess

With an energy efficiency ratio as high as 95%, a condensing natural gas water heater can recover energy contained in the fumes and vapor and thus reduce your monthly energy bill compared to an electric unit.

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Énergir offers grants that can save you money when purchasing and installing natural gas powered equipment. All the more reason to switch to blue!

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Natural gas consumption

Average estimated annual consumption of 650 cubic meters, at the cost of $390.59*.

Choose to rent with our subsidiary 
Gaz Métro Plus

Leasing your water heater adds only a few dollars to your Énergir bill, and can go a long way to helping balance your monthly budget. Enjoy the peace of mind brought by a warranty that fully covers parts & labour for the entire time you are renting your water heater.

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A safe and reliable network

Énergir's distribution network is among the most modern in North America and is maintained by a team of experts who monitor the system 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Moreover, the design and construction of Énergir’s network meet the most stringent standards of the Canadian gas industry.
** As an indicator, average consumption is based on one dwelling with four occupants.  The consumption may vary according to the needs and the use of the appliance. Annual cost based on the average price of natural gas, April 1, 2016.