How It Works
A standard electric water heater uses more energy than a refrigerator, dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer combined. A heat pump water heater uses electricity differently — moving heat rather than generating it, so you use a fraction of the energy and save more money.
Compared to a standard electric water heater, a heat pump water heater uses 70% less energy. That can save a family of four about $5,610 over the life of the water heater, according to ENERGY STAR®. And with a utility rebate, you can save even more.
Get More Control
You can select a specific water temperature, choose different operating modes depending on demand, even set it to “vacation” when you’re gone.
Be More Efficient
Heat pump water heaters are designed to be energy efficient and good for the planet. By cutting electricity use by up to 70%, they have a direct effect on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Gain Peace of Mind
A 10-year warranty means you can rest easy with a steady supply of hot water for many years to come.
Is a heat pump water heater right for you?
We are very happy about the installation, product efficiency and energy savings. Every little bit helps.Christopher, Beaverton, OR
Our water heats much faster, and we’ve seen savings on our electric bill.Michelle, Beaverton, OR