Cut water heating energy costs by up to half
A heat pump water heater is the most efficient electric water heater available. If you have a standard electric water heater, switching to a heat pump water heater could cut your water heating costs by up to half, saving you as much as $230 per year.1 Heat pump water heaters are ideally located in an unheated garage, but can be located elsewhere if ducted.
Do the math! Get one now for only $499 installed
Fast Water Heater Company, a PGE-approved plumber, is offering special pricing when you replace your standard electric water heater with a heat pump water heater by Aug. 31, 2014:
- Get an AirGenerate™ ATI66 heat pump water heater for only $2,586 (a $3,000 value)2
- Receive a $750 AirGenerate rebate
- Get a $500 Energy Trust of Oregon cash-back incentive3
- Apply for an $837 Oregon energy tax credit3
- Enjoy a final installed cost of only $499
If your water heater is near the end of its life, this offer is not to be missed because it makes the cost of a heat pump water heater comparable to a standard electric water heater. Even if your water heater is relatively new, replacing it with a heat pump water heater could pay for itself through energy cost savings in less than three years.
Contact Fast Water Heater Co. today about this offerCall 866-574-2963
1Compared to a standard electric water heater as estimated by Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. Individual circumstances vary.
2$499 offer good on nonducted systems that replace electric water heaters located in garages. Must be purchased by Aug. 31, 2014. Includes up to 10 feet of water piping; up to eight fittings for water piping; up to 10 feet of condensate line; up to six feet of condensate fittings; bottom board; installation of earthquake strap; and up to 10 feet of additional pipe insulation. Excludes permits, water heater relocation, condensate pump and electrical upgrade.
3Consult your PGE-approved plumber for details as well as a tax advisor. Energy Trust of Oregon rebates and state tax credits are subject to change. Must replace an existing electric water heater for Energy Trust incentive.