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Why buy an energy-efficient water heater?

Water heating is typically the second-largest energy expense in your home, after space heating and cooling. It usually accounts for about 14 percent of your utility bill. Don’t wait until you are out of hot water before researching replacement options. An average water heater can operate between 10 to 15 years

Choosing a Water Heater

One way to reduce water-heating costs is to replace your old tank with a new, higher-efficiency model. Our handy guide outlines the different types of water heaters and tells how to choose the one that’s right for your home.

Money-Saving Tips

You can start saving money on water heating costs right away by following these money-saving tips.


Many local public power companies offer cash incentives, discounted equipment, installation, rebates, and other incentives for buying energy-efficient water heaters. So be sure to contact your local power company to find out what incentives may be available.

For more information about water heaters, tankless water heaters call Affordable Water Heaters and Plumbing, they serve all of California 24 hours/7 days a week. Don’t forget to make your home energy efficient this winter with new windows, patio doors and HVAC units.

October 22, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Tip of The Day: Tankless Water Heaters

Water Heaters

You’ll pay: Qualified models start about $2,000.

You’ll save: Up to 50 percent on water heating costs.

Why do it now? The more people you have living at home, the more an efficient water heater will save you dough. Qualified models use about only half the energy as nonqualified models, so you’ll start seeing the difference right away. And, in this case, the credit covers installation costs. If your heater is more than 10 years old, it might be time to replace it; rust or corrosion on the exterior can be clues to its condition.

What to look for: Tankless models heat water only as you need it, making them more efficient than traditional ones. GE, Noritz, and Rheem are introducing tank-style heaters that supplement electric or gas heating with an air-source heat pump; both companies say their devices cut water heating costs by up to 50 percent.

Bottom line: By and large, qualified heaters are pricier than standard models, but the credit helps defray that cost. Just don’t waste money on a bigger one than you need. “If you’ve got a small electric water heater in good condition and you live alone, it might not be worth it to upgrade now,” says Scheckel.

October 6, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment