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Water Heaters

Insulate Your Water Heater for Another Layer of Energy Savings

Saving energy is not only the green thing to do, it saves you money. One of the simplest means of saving energy — a solution that does not require an expensive construction project or costly upgrades — is insulating your water heater, or having someone do it for you.

Do Your Homework Before You Buy Your Next Water Heater

Buying a new water heater shouldn’t be done as a knee-jerk reaction to a failed one. Doing a bit of homework before you buy can end up saving you hundreds of dollars or more over the lifetime of the heater. Follow these tips to get the best energy savings out of your new water heater.

Water Heater Maintenance: Don’t Overlook The Value That Professional Service Offers

No one wants to do without a water heater in their home, but many homeowners don’t know that periodic water heater maintenance is needed to keep their water heater working at maximum efficiency. Unfortunately, failing to perform water heater maintenance can lead to higher energy costs and a much shorter life for your water heater.

Water-Heating Costs Out Of Control? 5 Tips For Reducing Energy Consumption

Water-heating costs account for a significant percentage of the average household’s total energy consumption, and reducing them can help you save hundreds of dollars per year. In addition to upgrading to a more efficient water-heating technology, such as a tankless water heater or a solar water heater, there are also some practical steps you can take to cut down on your overall water-heating costs.

Tankless Water Heaters Take Efficiency To A Whole New Level — Calculate How Many You’ll Need

Are you looking for ways to cut your energy usage and lower your utility bills? It sounds counter-intuitive but, because of how tankless water heaters work, you may want to replace your single water heater with two or more tankless units. 

Reduce Water Heater Operating Costs In 5 Simple Steps

Your home’s water heating system is a great place to reduce utility costs. Between 14 and 25 percent of the average home’s energy usage is for water heating, and more than half of that water heating cost is waste in the form of standby heat loss. Follow these five simple tips to curb your utility costs in a major way.

10 Energy-Saving Low-Cost And No-Cost Tips

With the cold settling in on Michigan, it’s time to learn about energy-saving tips that cost little or nothing to implement. See a decrease in your energy bills without sacrificing comfort by utilizing these budget-saving strategies to save on fuel consumption:

Water Heater Efficiency Affected By Insulation

Touch your water heater. Is it warm? Then you need insulation for the best possible water heater efficiency. It’s not expensive to add insulation to your water heater and doing so will save you money in water heating costs. Depending on your usage of hot water, insulation for your water heater might result in savings amounting to about 4 to 9 percent.

What You Should Know Before You Purchase A Tankless Water Heater

Replacing your existing water heating system with a tankless water heater is a fuel-efficient and cost effective choice. Tankless water heaters, also called demand or instantaneous water heaters, heat water as needed. No hot water gets stored in an internal tank, so there is no standby heat loss from hot water that hasn’t been used yet. This saves money by eliminating unavoidable energy loss.

Remember To Apply For A Tax Credit If You Installed A New Energy-Efficient Water Heater This Year

If you installed a new energy-efficient water heater in your home in 2011, you may be entitled to a credit on your income taxes under the U.S. government’s Consumer Energy Efficiency program. Water heating can consume as much as 25 percent of the energy used in your home, so a high-efficiency model will use much less energy while saving you money on your annual utility costs.

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