Energy Star Water Heater Installation

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ENERGY STAR WATER HEATERS
WHICH TYPE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Here are four water heating technologies that are qualify for “Energy Star” rating, see which ones fit you and your home best. Read more about our Energy Star water heater installation service.

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Consider High-Efficiency Gas Storage if you:

  • Currently have a gas storage water heater that needs to be replaced.
  • Don’t want to make a major change and are satisfied with the style of water heater you have now.
  • Are willing to pay a little more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 7%.
  • Want routine installation and maintenance.

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Consider Whole-Home Gas Tankless if you:

  • Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails.
  • Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • Often run out of hot water.
  • Have limited space and need a water heater that doesn’t take up much room.
  • Want a water heater with a longer lifetime.
  • Are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%.
  • Have a lage enough natural gas line in your home (typically at least 3/4″) plus space to install the necessary venting.
  • Are willing to take on additional maintenance tasks or schedule a regular maintenance check every few years.

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Consider Gas Condensing if you:

  • Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now.
  • Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • Often run out of hot water.
  • Are willing to pay a more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%.
  • Have space to accommodate a condensate drain and special venting.

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Consider a HYBRID Heat Pump if you:

  • Want the highest energy efficiency water heater available today EF 2.45
  • Want to replace your existing electric water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now.
  • Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • Are willing to pay a more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 70%.
  • Have space to accommodate a condensate drain.