- Sizing your water heater
- How much hot water does my bathtub, jacuzzi, or hot tub need?
- How much can I save by heating my hot water with propane over electricity?
- Sizing your room or space heater
Remember each home is unique, we advise discussing your needs with an Energy Consultant before making a final decision.
Here is a quick and easy guide to help you size your water heater. Please enter the number of people in the home, the number of bathtubs (two separate showers equals one tub), and how many dishwashers and clothes washing machines you have. Simply click the calculate button and you will receive a water heater size recommendation.
Ever wonder how much hot water it takes to fill your bathtub, jacuzzi, or hot tub so it’s comfortable? Well, here you go…
Just enter the average length, width, and depth below and let Eastern provide you with the answer. This information is also helpful to be sure your water heater is capable of providing the correct amount of hot water for your application.
Here is a detailed analysis to help you calculate how much you can save by heating your hot water with propane over electricity.
Fill in the boxes below based on an average day and the gallons will automatically fill in. Then click the calculate button and see the dollars go back into your pockets from the savings.
To determine your Total KWH charge, be sure to include and total all other fees on your electric bill. Once totaled divide them by the total KWH used and add that number to your rate to determine your total rate.
If you do not know your electric rate, an average rate to use would be $0.10 per KWH.
(Most of New Hampshire is higher than this)
This calculator has been designed as a guide to assist you in determining the number of BTUs needed to heat your space.
Enter the dimensions of space in the box below and then click the calculate button. Be sure to enter the highest and lowest point of your ceiling. (this will calculate for a cathedral or sloped ceiling).
Remember that our Energy Consultants are at your service to provide assistance in this process. To ensure your total comfort, our experts will visit your home to personally assess your space. We will then consult state and local code requirements to recommend a suitable product.