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High Efficiency Water Heater Helps the Planet and Your Bottom Line

by | Oct 2, 2015

When you think of the way people have come together to improve the environment, it is encouraging. Efforts have been made all over the country to minimize our negative impact on the planet. When everyone does their part, we can see big changes in our energy consumption. Tax incentives have led to many people switching to energy efficient high efficiency water heaters. These high efficiency water heaters not only save a family money at tax time, but they also lead to savings on home energy bills every month.

One of the significant changes you can make in your home to benefit both the environment and your pocket book is to install a high-efficiency water heater. According to EnergyStar.gov,

“Heating water accounts for approximately 15 percent of a home’s energy use. High efficiency water heaters use 10 to 50 percent less energy than standard models, saving homeowners money on their utility bills.”

You use hot water throughout your day when you do the dishes, wash your laundry and take showers or baths. So you might not realize how much of your day the hot water heater is working hard for you and your family. If you want a high-efficiency water heater installed in your home, you can choose between a high-efficiency tank system, a tankless system a system that utilizes a heat pump and solar water heaters.

Each system has unique benefits, so contact Waterheaters.com for more information. We would love to help you decide which high-efficiency water heater is the best solution for your family.

STORY SOURCE: http://www.energystar.gov/ia/new_homes/features/WaterHtrs_062906.pdf