Hot Water Heaters

Start Enjoying Better Hot Water - Waltz and SonsWhen you install a new, energy efficient propane water heaters, you’ll use less energy, save money, and reduce your carbon footprint. Don’t wait to switch – install a propane model soon to avoid the wasted energy and high costs of your older, less efficient unit.

 

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Water HeaterPropane tankless water heaters provide comfort, versatility, convenience, and efficiency by supplying high volumes of hot water with compact and highly innovative technology. These systems eliminate standby energy losses that occur in storage tank systems because they only heat water on demand.

Tankless Water Heaters:

  • Deliver endless hot water
  • Heats water only when needed
  • Compact size save approximately 9016 square feet of floor space
  • May qualify for incentives and rebates
  • 50-60 percent lower CO2 emissions compared with electric storage tank systems.

Compact in size and equipped with leading features like electronic ignition and highly insulated tanks, Energy Star qualified propane storage tank water heaters offer superior value to comfort-seeking homeowners. They are a versatile, efficient, and reliable hot water solution, with a wide range of capacities to meet demands for any home.

Storage Tank Water Heaters:

  • Compact size frees up more space compared with electric water heaters
  • 40-gallon propane unit delivers the same amount of hot water as a 50-gallon electric unit
  • May qualify for incentives and rebates
  • Energy Star propane units save about 13-16 percent in annual energy costs compared with electric and heating oil units.
  • 35-60 percent lower CO2 emissions compared with standard electric storage tank units.

Heat Pump Water HeaterMany homeowners who have heat pumps use them to heat and cool their homes. But a heat pump can also be used to heat water as a stand alone water heating system. These units may qualify for Efficiency Maine rebates.

Heat Pump Water heaters come with control panels that you can select from different operating modes which include:

  • Efficiency/Economy – Maximizes energy efficiency and savings by only using the heat pump to heat water
  • Auto/Hybrid – The default setting is ideal for daily use, providing energy-efficient water heating with sustained heat
  • Electric/Heater – This high-demand setting is the least energy-efficient, using only the electric element to heat water
  • Vacation & Time (not available on all models) – Save on your energy when away from home by placing the unit in “sleep” mode until you return