Water Heaters

Heat your water more efficiently with a heat pump water heater or natural gas water heater.

Heat Pump Water Heaters

Looking for a more efficient water heater? A heat pump water heater uses the heat that already exists in a room and pulls it into the unit to heat the water, making it up to four times more efficient than traditional electric resistance water heaters—yes, you heard that right.

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Natural Gas Water Heaters

High-efficiency natural gas water heating systems provide economical and eco-friendly solutions for water heating. Learn more about the rebates available for natural gas water-heating equipment like on-demand tankless water heaters, storage water heaters, condensing gas water heaters and more.

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Operate Your Water Heater More Efficiently

Make sure you’re using the right size water heater. Smaller homes don’t necessarily equate to smaller water heater tanks, because when your tank is too small, your water is constantly being heated and overworked, using more energy.

Drain sediment from your water heater tank. Sediment build-up shortens the life of your water heater and reduces its efficiency. Consult your owner’s manual for more information.

If your household appliances (like dishwashers) allow, lower your water heater’s temperature to 120 degrees. For every ten degrees lowered, you can expect to save up to 5% in energy costs.

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Home Energy Performance

Home Energy Performance is a comprehensive, whole house approach to improving energy efficiency and comfort at home, while reducing your energy costs and helping the environment.

Your NHSaves utility partners offer meaningful incentives of up to $6,000 in rebates on overall improvement costs.