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Water Resource Management Solutions


Tankless Water Heater - On-Demand Water Heating: Great for homes with older natural gas water heaters that need replacement. Tank sizes from 30 gallons up to 80 gallons. Takes up less space than a traditional water heater tank.

Up to $1,000 SoCalGas REBATES Available.

  • Reduce your water-heating bill by up to 34%.
  • Reduce carbon emissions, equivalent to planting 33 Cypress trees.
  • Small footprint.
  • Lasts twice as long as traditional tank heaters.
  • 12-year replacement warranty on heat exchanger.

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Hybrid Water Heater: Great for a homeowner who is currently on propane, or has an Solarponics heat pump water heaterolder electric water heater.

  • Reduce your water-heating bill by up to 80%.
  • Utility rebate of $300 currently available.
  • Prevent up to 4,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.
  • Cut propane costs by up to $1,000/year for a family of four.
  • Same footprint as traditional water heater.
  • Lasts twice as long as traditional tank heaters.

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Solar Water Heating: A solar water heater is a good option for a home without a solar PV system that has an electric or propane water heater that is 5 years old or older.

  • Reduce your water-heating bill by up to 40%.
  • Up to 40% PG&E rebate and a tax credit.
  • Prevent up to 4,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.
  • Systems that can last up to 25 years with little maintenance.

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Water Recirculation Pump: A water recirculation pump circulates water back to the tank while the hot water tap is heating up, eliminating waste, and wait time.

  • The energy use is less than operating a 25-w light bulb.
  • Saves 11,461 gallons of water per year
  • Saves 114,000 gallons of  water over 10 years.
  • Saves $1,600 in energy and water savings over 10-years.
  • Comfort and convenience of hot water on demand.

WHAT DOES IT COST? The average water re-circulation pump costs about $1,200 for proper installation and quality equipment. Addition costs to consider are energy use. The average pump will use about 219kWh per year, costing around $48 (based on a .20¢/kWh rate). We can typically install a water re-circulation pump in one day. With an estimated $1,600 lifetime savings, the system pays for itself, and some.

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