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Hot Water Heating Systems
When it comes to deciding how to heat your hot water, you first need to determine how much hot water your home will utilize on a daily basis — showers, dishwashers, washing machines. Then you'll need to decide how to fire up your hot water — solar, gas or electric. With basically three popular choices available, choosing your hot water heating system should be no sweat.
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Eco-Friendly Water Heaters
You may not realize it but water heating is probably one of the largest domestic energy expenses on your utility bill. By replacing your old electric hot water system with a new gas or solar powered system, you will do wonders to reduce your carbon footprint and your monthly costs.
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Tips For Purchasing
Tankless Gas Water Heaters
Whether you are going away on vacation or sleeping it makes good eco-sense to turn off or lower your heat, but the same cannot always be said for hot water. Leaving your hot water off when it is not needed is the logic behind the tankless water heater, which provides on-demand and instantaneous hot water at an efficient and economic rate.
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Energy efficient Bosch Water Heaters can save you money on your taxes in addition to year-round savings on your energy bill. Learn more about Bosch tankless water heaters.



Rheem's tankless water heaters produce a continuous flow of hot water while remaining energy efficient. All their ENERGY STAR® tanks all qualify for a federal tax credit.


There are four ways to cut your water heating bills: use less hot water, turn down the thermostat on your water heater, insulate your water heater, or buy an ENERGY-STAR® model. Be sure to work closely with your builder, so you can choose the most effective and efficient water heater to handle your needs and lifestyle.




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