Please be careful about parentheses! I had first interpreted "1/4h" as "1/(4h)" and got a silly answer!
However, your equation is wrong. Since water comes in at 1 cubic foot per second and the "water tower" has a uniform cross section area of 100 square feet, yes, that causes the water level to rise at 1/100 feet per second which are the correct units for dh/dt.
But the water is also going out at (1/4)t cubic feet per second which is NOT the correct units. If water is going out at (1/4)t cubic feet per second, how fast is the water level dropping in feet per second?