Water Heating and Treatment
Between your bath, kitchen and laundry room, hot water is always in demand, so it makes good sense to upgrade to a high-efficiency water heater that saves energy and money. We can help you move to a more energy-efficient gas or electric water heater that keeps your comfort and satisfaction levels high.
Water heating facts
- ENERGY STAR® estimates water heating is the second-largest home energy expense after heating and cooling, costing the average household $250 to $400 annually.
- A more efficient water heater can help lower water heating expenses.
- If your water heater is more than 10 years old, it may be time to plan ahead by purchasing a new, high-efficiency model, rather than waiting for an emergency.
- Install high-efficiency showerheads and faucet aerators to reduce overall water use, which can lengthen the life of your water heater and reduce heating costs. Energy Trust can help you with free products to get you started.
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