Vermont Water Heaters
Most of us don’t know how much we pay for hot water for showers, dish washing and laundry. That's because hot water costs are hidden in our oil, propane, natural gas or electric bills. But according to the U.S. Department of Energy, hot water accounts for up to 40% of average household energy bills.
Here’s the good news - If you live in Vermont, we can help you pay less for your hot water:
- Heat pump water heaters pull heat from the air to produce hot water. They save between $250 and $450 a year on household on energy bills.
- Solar hot water systems work very well in Vermont and pay for themselves in about ten years. After that, your hot water is free. Co-op members receive federal tax credits and big discounts on solar hot water heaters installed by our friends at Harvestar.
- Indirect water heaters are used with a boiler, heat large amounts of water quickly and are very efficient.