Efficient heat pump water heaters do the job of dehumidifying too

22 Jun

Did you know?

Replace your old, inefficient water heater with a new energy efficient one that not only heats your water but also removes humidity from your basement and keeps your home more comfortable too.

According to Efficiency Vermont, Vermont’s authority on efficiency and energy savings:

Heat pump water heaters are a highly efficient way to heat water, using electricity and heat from the room to heat a tank of water. Heat pump water heaters work like a refrigerator, but in reverse – a refrigerator removes heat from an enclosed box and forces that heat to the surrounding air, a heat pump water heater takes the heat from surrounding air and transfers it to water in an enclosed tank.” For more information visit Efficiency Vermont.

You can easily see how transferring heat this way would be pretty efficient!  Best of all, your reduced operating dollars are now doing two jobs instead of one; heating water for showers, dishes, and laundry while removing uncomfortable humidity.

Paquette Plumbing carries a complete line of modern and efficient heat pump water heaters.  Call us today at 802-353-0125 or click here to schedule a consultation online for more information including a video demonstration on how to improve the comfort of your home while reducing your utility operating costs.

 To learn about reducing your home energy costs, click here.

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Nicholas Paquette

Master Plumber, Owner at Paquette Plumbing, LLC
Vermont Master Plumber license #PM 3942. Nicholas Paquette owns Vermont's premier plumbing, heating, air conditioning and water treatment company. Paquette Plumbing is family owned and operated with two convenient locations in Mendon and Rutland, Vermont. Our service personnel is fully licensed and insured and offers over 75 combined years of experience. We are continuously investing in the education of our team so we can provide you with the most up-to-date knowledge on new technologies, product advancements and energy efficiency improvements.
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