Heat Pump Water Heaters

The most efficient way to heat water.

Heat pump water heaters warm the water in your home just like conventional electric resistance water heaters, but with much less energy, saving you thousands over the heater’s lifetime.

Benefits of a Heat Pump Water Heater

  • Cleaner & Healthier: Heat pump water heaters produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to a cleaner environment.
  • Efficient: These water heaters can be two to three times more energy efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters.
  • Savings: While heat pump water heaters have a higher purchase price than conventional models, they cost half as much to operate.
  • Comfier: Not only do heat pump water heaters heat water, they also air condition and dehumidify the space around them.

How Do Heat Pump Water Heaters Work?

Heat pump water heaters are a highly efficient way to heat water, using electricity to pull heat from the surrounding air and transfer it to water enclosed in a tank. These water heaters are up to three times more efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters since they use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly.

Is a Heat Pump Water Heater Right for You?

Heat pump water heaters can only be installed in locations that remain in the 40 to 90-degree range year-round. They require at least 1,000 cubic feet of air space around the water heater.