Keep Costs Low and Water Temperatures High

Did you know that water heating is your home’s second highest energy user? If you want to use hot water more efficiently and save energy and money for years to come, an ENERGY STAR® certified heat pump water heater can help.

Serious Energy Savings
ENERGY STAR certified heat pump water heaters can save a household of four approximately $350 per year on its electric bills compared to a standard electric water heater and up to $3,750* over the unit’s lifetime. Larger families will save even more!

A Smart Investment
Although high-efficiency heat pump water heaters have a higher upfront cost, the savings will pay back the difference in just two years for a household of four.

Getting Your Discount Is Easy
FOCUS ON ENERGY® has partnered with participating contractors to provide instant discounts on heat pump water heaters. All you need to do is purchase qualifying equipment and we’ll take care of the rest. Talk to your contractor for more information.

How Does a Heat Pump Water Heater Work?
To maximize efficiency, these water heaters transfer heat from the surrounding air to the water—think of it like a refrigerator running in reverse.

Midstream Heat Pump Water Heater Diagram

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