The Benefits of High-Efficiency Heating Systems

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Shown above are two of the most common, first-to-the-mind reasons for customers converting to a tankless Integrated Condensing Boiler & Water Heater unit. You will not run out of hot water mid-shower, and they save a ton of space without the need for a tank. You no longer need a boiler, either – these machines can handle both functions. This all being said, space is certainly¬†not the only thing they save. The keyword here is “high-efficiency” – these units are so efficient, they will also save you a good deal of energy. Read correctly: they will also save you a good deal of money!

Let’s take a look at how this works:

 

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Rather than storing and constantly heating water in a tank as is done with a traditional water heater and/or boiler, these units heat water on-demand. That is, energy is only generated to heat the water as it is used, which allows for an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) of 90-95% or more. Also, where a traditional water heater only lasts for 10 years, one of these units can last double that.

Another big benefit in play would be the rebates offered by the government and utility companies. That’s right: you can even get money back for installing a high-efficiency heating system.

Here in Massachusetts, we’re looking at a $1200 rebate through Mass Save, and depending on the unit, the federal government also offers an additional $150-$300! Talk about discounts. Taken into consideration along with the money to be saved over the next two decades of energy savings, we definitely recommend for customers to consider upgrading to a high-efficiency heating system.

Give us a call at 508-398-DAVE today to learn more!

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