Water heating

Heat pump water heaters are like water-based batteries-storing energy in the form of hot water

Hot water, when you want it. Only better.

Water heating is the second largest energy use in your home. A Heat Pump Water Heater (HPWH) can provide all the hot water you need with a fraction of the energy. A HPWH can be three times more efficient than conventional water heaters and can help you save on the cost of heating your water.

Plus, with the incentives available now, a new heat pump water heater is more affordable than ever.

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Benefits of a heat pump water heater

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Highly efficient

Saves you energy

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Safer for your home

Eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide or nitrogen dioxide leaks

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Avoid peak energy rates

Heat your water during times of the day with lower electricity prices and keep it stored for when you need it

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Longer lasting

Typically last 13-15 years while conventional water heaters need to be replaced every 8-12 years

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How does it work?

Heat pumps aren’t a new technology. In fact, you already have a heat pump in your home —your refrigerator. Heat pump water heaters work like refrigerators in reverse – they extract heat from the surrounding air and transfer it to water in the tank – even in colder climates. And since they move existing heat, instead of generating new heat, a HPWH is three times more efficient than a conventional water heater.

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