Residential Water Heaters
From warm showers to clean dishes, we count on hot water. In fact, the average household spends $400–$600 per year on water heating — making it the second largest energy expenditure behind heating and cooling.
Get your energy bills out of hot water.
Most Americans have conventional water heaters that are barely more efficient than ones sold 20 years ago. Today's new ENERGY STAR qualified water heaters include smart design enhancements that offer significant improvements in efficiency — and performance. Depending on the technology you choose, you can cut your water heating costs in half!
Don't get burned, plan ahead.
A water heater lasts about 10–15 years, and when it fails it can leave you with a big mess. When in a rush to replace, it's hard to evaluate options and consumers often end up with the least efficient choice. If you're one of the 27 million households with a water heater that's more than ten years old, consider replacing it with an ENERGY STAR qualified model before it fails. By acting early you have more control of your purchase and can start saving money right away.
Whole-Home Gas Tankless Water Heaters
By heating water only when it's needed, ENERGY STAR qualified gas tankless water heaters cut water heating expenses by 30%, while also providing continuous hot water delivery. Gas tankless models are a great choice for new construction and major remodeling, but are also becoming popular as a replacement for gas storage water heaters. See if you should make your next water heater an ENERGY STAR qualified tankless model.