Save in energy consumption with a tankless water heater.
These days we are bombarded with advertising about going green in a variety of ways. Just about everything for sale in the homeowner marketplace, laundry detergent, cleaning products and energy efficient light bulbs all the way up to major purchases, such as cars and trucks. You may have noticed on every new household appliance a light blue energy rating sticker that provides details about the product. The more energy efficient and kinder to the environment a product is, generally the higher price tag.
When it comes to heating and cooling your home, most homeowners have already taken steps to reduce the monthly energy bill. Whether it be replacing the insulation with modern materials to save heat and cooling losses, reducing the temperature a degree or two on your furnace, or in summertime setting the temperature a little higher for your air conditioning. All these steps are ways to reduce your monthly utility bill, but have you looked at your hot water heater as a means of saving the environment, saving energy or simply just saving money?
Most homeowners do not realize, but heating water is up to 30% of the average American home energy use.
At Tankless Industries, we strive to be as green as possible on our products and services, promoting a greener lifestyle with our employees and our customers. We want our carbon footprint to be as small as possible while promoting tankless water heaters as a means of lessening each customer's energy consumption.
Is your "tank style" water heater 5 years old or newer?
Inquire how you may be eligible to recieve a tax credit on your 5 year old or newer conventional style water heater if you decide to go tankless today!
Tankless Heat Tax Credit - Another Reason To Switch!
Claim Your $300 Tax Credit Today!
The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 signed by President Obama on December 17, 2010, extended tax credits for qualifying energy-efficient, residential water heaters and boilers placed in service between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2011. The structure is similar to the 2009-2010 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, however, the credit amount has changed. Water heaters are still required to have an energy factor >= 0.82 or a thermal efficiency >= 90%, and boilers must have an AFUE >= 95.
January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.
Product Qualifications and Credit Amount
•Product: Tankless Water Heaters
•Qualifications: Energy factor (EF) >= 0.82
•Credit Amount: $300
•All current Tankless Industries water heaters qualify
Interested in learning more? Call us today for a FREE consulation at 1.484.319.6068 or use our online form.