Water Heaters

Trane Water Heaters

After heating and cooling, water heating is typically the largest energy user in the home because it is necessary for so many domestic activities. The capacity of a water heater is an important consideration. The water heater should provide enough hot water at the busiest time of the day. We offer a wide variety of electric, gas and tankless water heaters.

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Features A. O. Smith
Vertex®
A. O. Smith
ProMax®
A. O. Smith
Conserationist®
A. O. Smith
On-Demand Tankless
Type Gas Gas Electric Gas
Energy Efficiency High efficiency Standard Efficiency High Efficiency Ultra High Efficiency
Tank Capacity 50 gal. 50 gal. 40-80- gal. Up to 9.8
gal. per minute
Vent - Type Direct Vent Standard Vent None Direct Vent
Factory Warranty
Tank
6 years 6 years 10 years 12 year on heat exchanger
Factory Warranty
Parts
6 years 6 years 10 years 5 years

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Energy Factor (EF) on my water heater mean?

Where is the "anode rod" and what does it do?

Why doesn't my old water heater make as much hot water as it used to?

If my water heater was in a flood, do I need to replace it?

Can I use my water heater with a solar heating system?

Is a drain pan necessary?

What type of maintenance should I do on my water heater?