Hot Water Heating

Chances are, your current hot water heater is probably fossil fuel-driven (via boiler or nearby furnace), or maybe it’s a traditional electric heater. Either way, if this is your current setup, you have the opportunity to remove the production of CO2 and save money by switching to a hybrid electric hot water heating system. 

The beauty of the HYBRID electric hot water heating

Heat pump hybrid electric hot water heaters are amazing technology. It’s called hybrid because it combines heat pump efficiency with electric heat element backup, providing all of the hot water you need while consuming a fraction of the energy of a traditional electric hot water heater. When you replace a gas or oil-burning water heater, you’re improving your home’s carbon footprint without sacrificing any comfort. Combine this installation with solar power, and your impact is multiplied. 

Other benefits include:

  • Energy efficient
  • Simple to install and operate
  • Safe (no open flames)
  • Easily tied to a renewable energy source for maximized energy usage efficiencies
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Determining your hot water needs

Like any major system within your home, you’re going to want to make sure that you're selecting the right solution to accomplish your unique needs. Taking a look at your overall hot water usage, the size of your family, the number of rooms accessing hot water, etc., will help define this. But rest assured, Gridly can help you figure it out. 

Energy action plan

Want to learn more about hot water heating and its relationship to achieving a net zero environment in your home? Go Gridly and get your home energy action plan—including a hybrid heat pump hot water heater—designed specifically for your house. 
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