Water heaters are the second largest user of natural gas in your home.
The Solution? Heat Pump Technology.
Like gas furnaces, gas water heaters contribute to pollution that hurts local air quality and causes climate change. And like gas furnaces, water heaters pose risks to home occupants if there is a leak or other malfunction.
A heat pump water heater (HPWH) can be three times more efficient than conventional water heaters. Plus, thanks to a number of new incentives in California, a new heat pump water heater is more affordable than ever.
Bottom line? Heat pumps are a win across the board.
- Through a contractor, bonus this allows customers to take full advantage of available incentives
HOT WATER WHEN YOU WANT IT.
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 3x’s 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. Find a participating contractor to help you decide if a heat pump water heater is the right choice for you.
Benefits of a heat pump water heater:
Highly Efficient –
Saves You Energy
Safer for your home –
Eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide or nitrogen dioxide leaks
Energy Rates –
Heat your water during times of the day with lower electricity prices and keep it stored for when you need it
Longer Lasting –
Typically last 13-15 years while conventional water heaters need to be replaced every 8-12 years
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 a refrigerator 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 convention water heater.