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Most homes have long waits for hot water at one or more fixtures so it is easy to see the added convenience and cost savings of instant hot water delivery is a popular choice for Vermont homeowners. Most of us know what it's like to turn on the kitchen sink tap and wast needless gallons of water waiting for the hot water to finally arrive. Or even worse, to turn on the shower tap and spend frigid minutes waiting for that perfect temperature.

No Hot Water? You Have New Water Heater Choices

Tankless water heating: These small, efficient, and compact water heaters don't require the space needed for conventional water heating systems and can be installed much closer to your kitchen, master bathroom or other areas that require hot water. This results in much shorter distances between the water heater and it's points of use so you waste a lot less time and water. We feature tankless water heaters by Rinnai.

Heat Pump Water Heaters: These small, efficient, and compact water heaters are installed in conjunction with an existing water heater and extract heat from your basement or utility space to heat your hot water with unbelievably efficiency. This results in water heating cost that are lower than any other alternative in our area. We feature heat pump water heaters by AirGenerate.

If you need to replace your conventional gas or electric water heater we recommend State Water Heaters. When it comes to building durability into a product, nobody does it like State.

Our Hot Water Specialists Can Save You Time and Money

Water reticulation systems deliver instant hot water, eliminates water waste, and reduces your energy costs all at the same time. And yes: anytime you need hot water, it will be ready and waiting - just for you.

We feature hot water re-circulation systems by Grundfos. They are designed for use with any hot water heating system to provide energy and water savings. It's easy to install in new or existing homes or businesses. They can save you time and frustration, and also save up to 15,000 gallons of water per year in a typical Denver area home.

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