Cut water heating energy costs by up to half1
A heat pump water heater is the most efficient 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 $200 per year.2 A heat pump water heater is ideally located in an unheated garage, but can be located elsewhere if ducted.
Get one now at an installed cost as low as $499
For a limited time, PGE-approved plumber Fast Water Heater Company is offering PGE customers special pricing on a heat pump water heater.
When you install an 80-gallon GE GeoSpring™ heat pump water heater by Dec. 31, 2015, you’ll receive a special contractor price of $2,284.
In addition, you could qualify for:
- A $300 GE markdown
- A $985 Oregon energy tax credit3
- A $500 cash incentive from Energy Trust of Oregon3
That brings your final installed cost to as low as $499.4
If your water heater is near the end of its life, this offer is not to be missed because it makes the installed cost of a heat pump water heater about the same as 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.
Call Fast Water Heater Company about this offer today: 866-955-5122.
1Compared to a standard electric water heater. Individual circumstances vary.
2Savings source: Energy Trust of Oregon.
3Ask Fast Water Heater Company about details and consult with a tax advisor. Energy Trust of Oregon cash incentive and Oregon energy tax credit are subject to change.
4$499 offer is good on GeoSpring (model GEH80DEEJSC) nonducted systems that replace electric water heaters located in garages. Must be installed by Dec. 31, 2015. 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 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.