If it’s time for a new hot water heater, consider switching to an energy efficient tankless water heater. This technology offers Massachusetts homeowners a host of benefits and advantages over traditional hot water heaters. And, you can save up to $2,500 if you purchase your system in 2010!
Tankless water heaters, also known as demand water heaters, provide hot water only as needed. In contrast, traditional storage water heaters produce hot water whether you need it or not. This produces standby energy losses that cost you money. Think of it this way– you don’t heat your home while on vacation. In the same way, tankless water heaters don’t produce hot water unless there’s a demand for it.
Going tankless means saving both energy and money. And, tax credits and rebates sweeten the deal for homeowners. Right now, you can get a Federal tax credit of up to $1,500 when you purchase and install a tankless system in 2010. Plus, for a limited time, we’re offering an additional $300 off your tankless system. On top of that, you may be eligible for a $700 Gas Networks rebate. So, your combined savings could total $2,500!
If this sounds good to you, the benefits of tankless water heaters will probably sound even better:
- Instant hot water- No more waiting for the water to heat up, wasting water and energy.
- Hot water doesn’t run out– In gas-fired tankless water heaters, for example, a gas burner heats the water. As a result, these units deliver a constant supply of hot water.
- Energy-efficiency- A tankless unit is less expensive to run, as it only produces hot water on demand.
If you want to learn more about this technology, and how you can qualify for tax credits and rebates on the purchase of a new tankless system, contact us. We can help you choose the unit that’s rated for your home’s needs, install and service it professionally, and get you on your way to endless hot water (and energy savings) for you and your family.
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