Water Heaters

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Choosing high-efficiency water heating equipment can help you save energy, improve the comfort of your home, and contribute to a cleaner environment.

When selecting a new water heater, there is a wide variety of options to choose from—ranging from heat pump water heaters to on-demand units that generate hot water on an as-needed basis.

Types of Water Heaters

A residential heat pump water heater

Heat Pump Water Heaters

Heat pump water heaters are the most efficient way to heat water in your home. They use electricity to pull heat from the surrounding air and transfer it to water enclosed in a tank.

An energy efficient indirect water heater

Storage & Indirect Water Heaters

Storage and indirect water heaters consist of an insulated tank in which water is electrically heated and then stored until needed.

An energy efficient tankless water heater

Tankless (On-Demand) Water Heaters

Tankless (on-demand) water heaters provide hot water only as needed without a storage tank. They use intense flashes of heat against water-filled coils.

Case Study: Drury Residence

A Greenfield homeowner received $10,000 in incentives after participating in a no-cost energy assessment and replacing his furnace and water heater with clean, efficient heat pump systems.

An energy efficient kitchen in Massachusetts

Case Study: All-Electric Home in Acton

When setting out to build a new home, homeowners in Acton wanted a high level of energy efficiency and a low carbon footprint. With a ducted heat pump, heat pump water heater, solar array, and battery storage, these homeowners have an annual electric savings of 9,595 kWh.