In most homes you will find a typical Storage water heater. These hot water tanks can typically hold from 20 to 80 gallons of water in them. The size of the tank is usually based upon the number of uses you need at any given time. A storage water heater will be installed in most single-family homes in addition to apartments where each tenant is responsible for their own water consumption and bills. We use hot water for so many things and at all hours. Morning showers or baths, laundry, dishes, and cooking. A reliable Storage water tank is essential for the everyday comforts we at times can skip over. Heated water is pumped from the the top of storage tank while cold water is let into the bottom. In this way the tank remains full at all times. If you have ever been home while people are showering, cooking, washing dishes all as well, you know that the water temperature decreases as more hot water is pumped out of the tank. The Storage tank is trying to maintain the temperature the water is set to. This leads to standby heat loss. Insulation layers can help from losing heat from the tank. Your HVAC supplier can also sell you a “Blanket” for the outside of the tank to help conserve heat. One thing that is desirable from a storage tank is that it can use a range of fuels. Gas, Oil, or Electricity can be employed which enables them to be easily installed in numerous situations.