Get Up to $9,300 in Rebates and Tax Credits on Heat Pump Water Heater Systems

Pump up your water heater’s performance and save big with Jerry’s Plumbing!

Installing a heat pump water heater has numerous benefits:

  • Cuts energy costs
  • Eligible for tax incentives and rebates
  • Energy efficient
  • Carbon neutral
  • Pet and child-safe
  • Longer lasting than traditional water heaters

Take Advantage of Tax Incentives and Rebates

Your new heat pump water heater may qualify for California tax incentives and rebates! The Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit grants a 30% federal tax credit up to a yearly maximum limit of $2,000 for heat pump water heater product/installation costs. Between federal tax incentives and California’s sponsored rebates, heat pump water heaters can actually be more affordable than you would expect.

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FAQ

How Do Heat Pump Water Heaters Work?
Heat pump water heaters, also called hybrid electric water heaters, don’t waste time burning gas to heat water. Instead, they take advantage of existing heat in the air and use electricity to transfer it into the water. As a result, they’re two to three times more energy efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters.

Are Heat Pump Water Heaters Worth It?
Struggling with a high electricity bill due to your existing electric water heater? Heat pump water heaters are significantly more efficient than traditional electric water heaters and can save the average household up to $330 a year on electric bills, according to the Department of Energy’s EnergyStar website. That adds up to nearly $3,400 over the average life of a heat pump water heater!

Are Heat Pump Water Heaters More Environmentally Friendly?
Heat pump water heaters produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional gas water heaters, contributing to a reduction in your carbon footprint. By opting for a heat pump water heater, you can play a role in reducing environmental impact and promoting cleaner energy consumption.

Are Heat Pump Water Heaters Safer Than Traditional Water Heaters?
Yes! Since heat pump water heaters don’t generate heat, you don’t have to worry about gas leaks or toxic emissions. Plus, the unit itself doesn’t get very hot, making it a safer option for families with kids or pets.

How Long Do Heat Pump Water Heaters Last?
Heat pump water heaters last 10-15 years if well maintained. Traditional water heaters last around 8-12 years. The added lifespan of heat pump water heaters will save you money on replacement costs and reduce the environmental impact of purchasing appliances more frequently.