Heat pump water heaters are among the few tank options that meet new water heater energy efficiency regulations.
New standards for water heaters will force changes on homeowners, builders and plumbing contractors while saving tons of carbon dioxide emissions and energy at the same time.
Although the United States has some of the best public drinking water available, there is reason to be concerned about contamination in some areas.
With new energy efficiency requirements looming, GE has announced an 80-gallon Energy Star ENERGY STAR-qualified GeoSpring hybrid electric heat pump water heaters.
With new energy efficiency requirements coming for water heaters, building professionals and homeowners are taking a new look at tankless water heater options
Just in case you haven't heard, starting April 16, 2015, water heaters sold in the U.S. will have to meet new efficiency regulations.
As smart home technology matures, more products are coming to market that put homeowners in control of lights, appliances and home comfort.
These pumps are able to extract energy from the surrounding air and transfer it to the water in the tank.
The ACT D’Mand Kontrols® System is a patented and proven re-circulating pump easily installed in a home’s existing plumbing system designed to eliminate running the hot water line for a minute or two to finally get hot water at your faucet.
Think about this. There are approximately 90 million single-family homes in the US where the hot water faucet is turned on to run a minute or two to finally provide hot water. That amounts to 7,000-10,000 gallons of fresh water per year per home.