Water heaters are becoming increasingly popular as they are more accessible to everyone.

According to the latest survey, over one in five households have one or more water heaters in their homes.

But not everyone has a water heater in their home.

According to the National Household Survey, only 25% of households had a water heater as of March 2018.

This represents a dramatic decrease from the previous survey in which the figure was over 50%.

While there are many reasons for this decrease, the primary factor seems to be the trend towards the use of electric appliances in homes, such as water heat, electric blankets, and air conditioners.

According the survey, water heat was used by 33% of the households in 2017.

This figure has now dropped to 23% and has been falling for several years.

This trend is a trend that will continue as more people use more efficient appliances such as electric blankets and air conditioning.

According a recent study by the Pew Research Center, water heater use is increasing, and the proportion of households with electric heaters has risen to 33%.

The number of electric blankets used in homes has increased by more than three times over the last three years, and it is expected that the number of people using air conditioner systems will also increase in the coming years.

The water heater trend is not limited to the US.

According the report, water thermostats are now used in almost every country in the world, and in nearly every country, the water heater is a household staple.

The popularity of water heat for water heating is a global phenomenon, and is likely to continue for many years to come.

In the next article, we’ll take a closer look at water heater usage in different countries.