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Vermont Indirect Water Heaters

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Indirect water heaters may cost a little more upfront, but they last for many years, require minimal service and are a very efficient way to heat hot water. We're proud to offer these effective water heating systems to Vermonters looking to reduce their energy usage and bills.

Indirect water heaters are used with a boiler. Hot water from the boiler passes though coiled pipes inside the water tank and heats the domestic water surrounding the pipes. Oil–fired water heaters have high recovery rates, which means they can heat large amounts of water quickly.

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Get a Free Estimate for a New Indirect Water Heater

To learn more about replacing your old water heater with an indirect water heater, contact Joe Cobb, our service and efficiency program manager, at (802) 860-4090 or submit a service request. Joe can answer all of your questions and schedule an appointment to visit your home to provide a FREE estimate for the installation of a new indirect water heater.

Indirect Water Heaters from the Energy Co-op of Vermont


PurePro Indirect Hot Water Heater

  • Molded insulation for enhanced efficiency
  • Low standby heat loss, quick recovery rates
  • Easy to service, removable heat exchanger
  • American–made for more than 30 years
  • Six–year factory warranty, limited lifetime option

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Buderus S120

Buderus S120

  • High density insulation, low standby losses
  • High capacity coil for excellent recovery
  • Designed for easy maintenance
  • 32 gallon, space–saving configuration
  • Outperforms most 40 gallon tanks

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Every time I call the Energy Co-op, I’m greeted by a friendly staff member who really takes their time explaining things to me. I never feel like they’re in a rush – talking to me is what’s most important to them. And I always end up learning something about my energy consumption. They definitely want to help me improve it, and I’m grateful for that.

–Carrie A., Montpelier, VT

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