Save Money on Energy Costs with a Heat Pump Water Heater from PE Solar
At the end of a long workday, it’s perfectly understandable if you want nothing else than to run a hot bath and soak away your stress. Hot baths can elevate mood, relieve muscle pain, and improve sleep. But, while readily available hot water is an essential modern convenience, it often comes with a high price tag. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American family spends about $600 per year on hot water. That’s because conventional water heaters are notoriously inefficient, accounting for about 20 percent of the average monthly utility bill. Fortunately, there’s a cost-effective solution – a high-efficiency heat pump water heater from PE Solar.
How It Works
Also known as hybrid water heaters, heat pump water heaters use neither natural gas nor electrical resistance heating to warm water. Instead, it uses electricity to power components that draw ambient heat from the surrounding air and then transfers that heat to water in a tank. Installing a PE Solar heat pump water in your home can lead to:
- Significant savings on your monthly energy costs
- A reduced carbon footprint, as hybrid water heaters release fewer greenhouse gases than natural gas-powered heaters
- Improved safety since you will avoid using natural gas, which can present health hazards from combustion and toxic exhaust
Plus, to give you extra confidence in your home investment, our heat pump water heaters come with a 10-year limited tank warranty and a 10-year parts warranty.
When we install your new water heater, you can trust that it will work exactly as designed because we rely only on experienced, factory-trained technicians. As professionals who take immense pride in their work, they never cut corners and will install your heater according to our stringent workmanship standards.
Contact PE Solar today for more information about the benefits of our heat pump water heater heaters and be sure to ask about the convenient financing options we offer to qualified homeowners in Arizona and Florida.