Greater Reliability, Performance and Efficiency
An ENERGY STAR certified electric water heater uses different technology and can save a household of four more approximately $470 per year on its electric bills, compared to a standard electric water heater, and more than $4,500 over its lifetime. Larger families—that typically use more hot water—will save even more! While a heat pump water heater costs more upfront, the savings will pay back the difference in about three years for a household of four. Replace your aging electric water heater before it fails and start enjoying the savings right away.
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Backed by ENERGY STAR
Not only are today’s super-efficient models quieter and more efficient than before – they are backed by decades of research and innovation. Models that have earned the ENERGY STAR are independently certified and come with a minimum 6-year manufacturer warranty for added peace of mind.
Super-Efficient in All Climates
Heat pump water heaters use a hybrid system that reliably and efficiently produces hot water in both warm and cold climates.
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Cleaner and Safer for Your Home
ENERGY STAR electric water heaters generate hot water without burning fuel inside the home. They are easy to install and safer to operate with dramatically lower total carbon emissions. If your current water heater runs on gas, oil, or propane, switching to an electric heat pump removes a potential source of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) from your home. It can even help reduce ground-level ozone, a common environmental problem in many metropolitan areas.
Convenient User Controls
Unlike standard electric water heaters, heat pump water heaters include a convenient control panel which allows you to adjust temperature settings and select between various operating modes. Heat pump water heaters are intelligent and easy to use.