Hybrid Hot Water Heater
Upgrade your Long Island home with hybrid water heater installation from Home Efficiency Experts. Take advantage of tax credits and rebates with our team!
Upgrade Your Home with Hybrid Heat Pump Hot Water Heaters!
Looking for a way to save money while still meeting your home’s hot water needs? Home Efficiency Experts installs energy-saving hybrid heat pump hot water heaters throughout Long Island.
Learn more about what hybrid hot water heaters are, the benefits they offer, and the significant rebates and tax credits available that make upgrading your Nassau and Suffolk County home affordable.
What Is a Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater?
A hybrid heat pump water heater is an advanced, energy-efficient alternative to traditional water heaters. Unlike standard electric resistance or gas-powered water heaters, hybrid systems take advantage of heat pump technology (the same as heat pump HVAC systems) to heat the water for your home.
Hybrid water heaters often have several different operating modes. Here are the five modes available on a typical hybrid water heater model:
- Heat Pump Mode – Provides the greatest energy savings
- Hybrid Mode – Balances energy savings and hot water recovery speed
- Hybrid Plus Mode – Maximizes recovery speed for high demand situations
- Electric Mode – Provides the least energy savings, stops the fan, the heat pump, and the flow of cool air
- Vacation Mode – Maximizes energy use and savings during periods when users are away
A hybrid water heater is the best of both worlds—offering energy-efficient operation whenever possible to maximize your savings with built-in safety nets to ensure that no matter your situation, you don’t run out of hot water.
What are the Benefits of Hybrid Water Heaters?
Hybrid heat pump water heaters offer several advantages over traditional water heating methods, making them an excellent investment for Long Island homeowners:
1. Energy Efficiency
Hybrid heat pump water heaters use less energy than traditional electric or gas-powered water heaters. In many instances this translates to lower energy bills, helping you save money in the long run.
2. Environmentally Friendly
By using less energy, hybrid heat pump water heaters reduce your home’s carbon footprint, making them a more eco-friendly choice. Lower energy consumption means fewer greenhouse gas emissions, which helps to combat climate change.
3. Consistent Hot Water Supply
Hybrid heat pump water heaters provide a consistent supply of hot water, even during periods of high demand. The backup heating element ensures that you always have hot water, even on the coldest days of the year in Long Island.
Save More with IRA Water Heater Tax Credits and PG&E Rebates
Upgrading to a hybrid heat pump hot water heater is not only an eco-friendly and cost-effective choice but also one that can be made even more affordable by taking advantage of available rebates and incentives. Home Efficiency Experts can help Long Island homeowners qualify for two of the best:
PSEG Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate: $1,000
ENERGY STAR-certified heat pump water heaters qualify for a $1,000 rebate for PSEG Long Island customers.
25C Inflation Reduction Act Heat Pump Water Tax Credit: 30%, Up to $2,000
The recently-passed IRA includes an energy efficient home improvement tax credit of 30% for upgrading to a heat pump water heater, including installation costs, with a max credit of $2,000.
These rebates can significantly reduce your upgrade costs, making this new technology accessible for more homeowners. Our team can help you navigate the incentive process, ensuring you receive the maximum available savings.
Schedule a Free Energy Assessment with Home Efficiency Experts to Get Started
Ready to upgrade your home with a hybrid heat pump hot water heater? Home Efficiency Experts’ team is here to help you every step of the way, from selecting the best unit for your needs to professional installation. The best way to get started is by scheduling a free home energy assessment, where we’ll take a look at your entire home and offer our recommendations for how you can improve your indoor comfort and lower your energy bills.