Energy Efficient Water Heaters
Water is necessary for human survival, but we’ve come a long way from the water pumps of the 19th century. Today’s heaters range between solar water heaters, demand (tankless) water heaters, and hybrid heat pump water heaters. How can you tell which water heater is right for your household? Which one will be the most cost-effective? One of the many benefits of an eco-friendly water heating system is the overall savings. Each of these water heaters has a unique cost saving benefit. Best of all, SuperGreen Solutions can bundle several energy saving products and services: you’ll not only reduce your expenses, you’ll increase your energy efficiency and create a foundation for a more sustainable future.
Solar Water Heaters
A solar water heater harnesses the sun’s energy and can be used in any kind of climate. For those cloudy days when there’s not enough solar energy to power the water heater and produce hot water, the solar water heater includes a conventional water heater as well; the conventional water heater acts as a backup. With the purchase of a solar hot water system, SuperGreen Solutions can offer a free water heater blanket, which will keep energy costs down. Best of all, solar water heaters may decrease water heating bills by an estimated 50% to 80%, according to research. If you choose a solar water heater, you also won’t have to worry about price increases; solar power use costs nothing.
Demand (Tankless) Water Heaters
SuperGreen Solutions is one of the world’s premiere advisors, suppliers, and installers of both residential and commercial Demand (tankless) water heaters. With its simple design and energy efficient technology, the tankless hot water heater is a smart investment. These energy efficient water heaters use 40% less energy than a traditional tank. Tankless water heaters won’t just help you save energy and lower C02 emissions that contribute to a healthy environment; they’ll also save you money. Because they only operate when hot water is used, tankless water heaters can decrease utility bills and increase the value of your home. Plus, several rebates and tax credits are available for this Energy Star approved tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters will last longer: the life span of a tankless water heater is about 20 years, 10 years more than a conventional tank.
Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters
As the Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters have similar connections to a more traditional water heating system, they are easy to install. As with the Demand (Tankless) Water Heater and the Solar Water Heater, the Hybrid is cost-effective and is two to three times more energy efficient than traditional water heaters. According to EnergyStar.gov, a Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater can save a household of four over $300 a year – and the larger your family, the more money you’ll save!