For most households this is the tankless unit of choice. The .95 Energy Factor will meet most incentives and the 9.8 gpm will keep up with the demand for most families.
This is a mixing valve that can be installed on top of a water heater. The water heater can be turned up to maximum temperature and the mixing valve will dilute the water to a more comfortable temperature. You can achieve the same results by adjusting the temperature on most shower valves.
This power vent water heater has one of the lowest carbon footprints available for conventional tank type water heaters. This tank also includes a Coregard Aluminum Anode that most other 6 year tanks don’t offer.
This is the AO Smith 40 gallon short energy star power vent water heater. With a higher energy factor this water heater meets low NOx emission requirements.
This Energy Star water heater qualified water heater is among the most efficient options next to a tankless unit. The gas water heater will require a special installation separate from standard water heater venting.