Be Sure to Meet New EF standards for Water Heaters

Let us install your new EF-compliant water heater

Since April 16, 2015, ALL residential water heaters that use oil, gas or electricity have been required to meet new EF (energy factor) standards. That means any hot water heater you purchase must comply to the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NEACA). That is why you would not want to buy a non-compliant model that will no longer be fully supported by manufacturers. In the long run, that would cost you in energy savings and part replacement costs!

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Make sure your new water heater is compliant.

Whether you decide on a conventional or tankless water heater, Daniels Energy gives you the power of choice:

Rinnai Hybrid Tankless

Rinnai Hybrid Tankless Water Heater

Rinnai’s Hybrid Tank-Tankless Water Heater was built to do the remarkable. It provides hot water in less recovery time than a traditional tank water heater.

Rinnai Tankless

Rinnai Heater

Rinnai Tankless water heaters provide innovative technology to provide an endless supply of hot water as needed – even for simultaneous uses at multiple fixtures. 

Heat-Flo Indirect

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With a Heat-Flo Indirect water heater, hot water from any hydronic boiler circulates through the coil inside the tank, heating all the water in the tank.

Everhot

Everhot water heater

Everhot water heaters are found almost everywhere. They are very durable and dependable for a steady supply of hot water.

Crown

Crown Water Heater

American made Crown water heaters are dependable and durable. Designed for installation with a standard chimney, other models are also available.

Water Heaters

Hot water accounts for up to 30 percent of an average home’s annual energy budget.

With new standards set for manufacturers, we can set you up with the best water heater that suits your home water heating needs and budget.

Think Tankless

Tankless water heaters provide an endless supply of hot water as needed by running through a heat exchange coil, eliminating the standby energy losses of a conventional tank, which uses fuel to maintain water temperature even when not needed. Many of our customers are going tankless, despite the higher initial cost-per-unit over conventional models. The long term savings in fuel efficiency will be even more significant with the new NAECA standards. Think long term. Think tankless!

*NAECA: National Appliance Energy Conservation Act 

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