Water heating upgrades for your home
Heat your water and keep it hot, with simple product switches and system upgrades that cost less energy and money. Keep water warm, and savings flowing with these efficient products.
- Three-element water heaters
- Solar water heating equipment
- Heat pump water heaters
- Faucet aerators
- Hot water tank wrap
- High-efficiency showerheads
Part of the Heating System Rebates, a three-element water heater consumes less energy than traditional two-element models when demand for hot water is high.
These combination systems heat your water by transferring heat from the air around them. Save money and energy with a heat pump water heater.
Save 4-9% on water bills by installing hot water tank wrap—up to $35 annually. These wraps reduce heat loss in water from tank to tap.
These shower heads simply screw on the existing shower faucet and help you use less water, while maintaining your water pressure. If your family takes two five-minute showers a day, a water-saving showerhead can save you $100 per year. Now that’s something to sing about.
Solar water heating systems use sunshine to pre-heat your hot water, saving you up to 50% on your bills. And you’ll be eligible for the heating system rebate program.
Recapture the heat from waste water before it goes down the drain, with this simple technology providing affordable long-lasting savings.
Faucet aerators simply screw on to taps to reduce the flow of hot water, saving you up to $20 per year.
Upgrade to an efficient home water heating system and we’ll offer rebates to complement your monthly savings.
A $99 Home Energy Assessment is the best way to discover how to save energy. In a 2-3 hour assessment, an Energy Advisor will review your home for insulation levels, air leakage, and mechanical systems, including water heating. Take advantage of rebates on qualifying upgrades.
Search our directory to find a qualified local professional to complete your efficiency upgrade project. Connect with contractors, insulation installers, heating system installers, electricians, and more.
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