Drum Roll Please - Our Most Efficient Boilers of 2018 are ...

Posted by HTP on Apr 17, 2018 4:30:00 PM

HTP is honored to have our products listed as some of the most efficient in the industry and we are even more proud of a few of our boilers which have made the 2018 Most Efficient Boiler list!

Check out our best performers below:

 

Elite FT Boiler

 

A high efficiency heating boiler for commercial applications. This versatile unit is wall hung and comes in two models, ranging from 285,000 to 399,000 BTUs. It’s exclusively designed stainless steel heat exchanger provides superior heat transfer. It has up to a 96.8% AFUE rating with a 10 to 1 turndown ratio. Top and bottom connections are featured on these units for greater installation options.

 

 

 

Elite Premier Boiler

 

The Elite Premier is a low mass boiler with a 316L stainless steel heat exchanger. This versatile unit has an impressive range, with seven models reaching up to 399,000 BTUs. This floor standing or wall mount system is good for both residential and commercial applications. It is 96% efficient with a 10 to 1 turndown ratio. It vents in inexpensive, easy-to-install PVC pipe, up to 200 combined feet; no primary/secondary piping is required. The Elite Premier has a 12 year limited warranty.

 

 

 

UFT Boiler

 

The UFT Boiler is a medium mass high efficiency boiler. This advanced modulating gas condensing boiler has a 316L stainless steel fire tube heat exchanger with a 96% AFUE rating. It also has ultra-low NOx emissions, making the UFT eco-friendly and your best option in today's green market. It is available in both a wall mounted version and a floor standing version.

 

 

 

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Contractor Reward - Get a Dollar Per Gallon!

Posted by HTP on Apr 12, 2018 10:27:45 AM

HTP is excited to launch a new incentive program for our Contractors, Dollar Per Gallon. This program includes all SuperStor Ultra (SSU) and SuperStor Pro (SSP) indirect water heaters purchased from Wednesday, April 25th to Monday, June 25th.

The Dollar Per Gallon Program allows the gallon size of the purchased SSU or SSP to determine the amount of your reward check.

Guidelines:

1.) This offer is available on all SuperStor Ultra and SuperStor Pro models purchased between April 25 - June 25, 2018.

2.) Contractor must submit the completed form with a copy of the invoice(s) for proof of purchase

3.) The rebate form and the invoices must be received by HTP prior to the July 31, 2018 deadline

4.) Once completed, email orders@htproducts.com or via fax to 774-271-9101. 

5.) Upon approval, a check will be issued by HTP directly to the contractor for the total rebate amount (in USD). Please allow three weeks for check disbursement.

6.) Offer cannot be applied toward any previous purchase or job quotes and cannot be combined in conjunction with another offer.

7.) Offer valid to contractors only. Wholesalers and Reps are excluded.

To redeem a check, please click here to submit the contractor rebate form along with a copy of the invoice(s). Deadline for submissions is July 31, 2018. NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

 

 

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Easy Steps to Saving Energy

Posted by HTP on Mar 27, 2018 4:25:37 PM

We are all about energy efficiency here at HTP. While we have created water heaters and space heaters that will save you on your monthly bills, there are plenty of ways you can save energy on other items in your home as well.

Here are some tips and tricks we found on Energysage.com to ensure you are conserving as much as you can!

 

Adjust your day-to-day behaviors

To reduce energy consumption in your home, you do not necessarily need to go out and purchase energy efficient products. Energy conservation can be as simple as turning off lights or appliances when you do not need them. You can also use energy-intensive appliances less by performing household tasks manually, such as hang-drying your clothes instead of putting them in the dryer, or washing dishes by hand.

Replace your light bulbs

Traditional incandescent light bulbs consume an excessive amount of electricity and must be replaced more often than their energy efficient alternatives. Halogen incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), and light-emitting diode bulbs (LEDs) use anywhere from 25-80% less electricity and last three to 25 times longer than traditional bulbs.

Use smart power strips

“Phantom loads,” or the electricity used by electronics when they are turned off or in standby mode, are a major source of energy waste. In fact, it is estimated that 75% of the energy used to power household electronics is consumed when they are switched off, which can cost you up to $200 per year. Smart power strips, also known as advanced power strips, eliminate the problem of phantom loads by shutting off the power to electronics when they are not in use. Smart power strips can be set to turn off at an assigned time, during a period of inactivity, through remote switches, or based on the status of a “master” device.

 Install a programmable or smart thermostat

A programmable or smart thermostat can be set to automatically turn off or reduce heating and cooling during the times when you are asleep or away. When you install a programmable thermostat, you eliminate wasteful energy use from heating and cooling without upgrading your HVAC system or sacrificing any comfort.

Install energy efficient windows

Windows are significant source of energy waste, which can amount to 10-25% of your total heating bill. To prevent heat loss through your windows, you can replace single-pane windows with double-pane ones.

 

Get your homes ready for the warmer months and ready to save! 

 

Source: https://www.energysage.com/energy-efficiency/101/ways-to-save-energy/

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Topics: Tech Tips

Which Type of Water Heater is Right For You?

Posted by HTP on Feb 26, 2018 10:00:00 AM

When it comes to choosing a water heater there are many factors to consider. Most likely you will need to make one quickly, but also want to make sure you are choosing a unit that is efficient and suitable for all your hot water needs. This can be a hard task and  HTP wouldn't want you to have to make such an important decision on your own. 

There are 4 major tank types when it comes to water heating. Let's break each down so your decision process can begin. Like we mentioned, there are a few factors that go into choosing which will be right for you, but here are some starting facts:

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Tank Type - Tank type water heaters store your heated water with a traditional tank (hence the not so subtle name). They are typically a bit more economical and can be purchased in either gas or electric models. They tend to vary in gallon capacities from 20 to 115 gallons and efficiencies and rebated range between models and fuel sources.

Tankless - This tends to be a popular style because of its ability to produce endless hot water. Tankless units heat your cold water instantaneously. They can require a large upfront investment but they can reduce energy consumption by as much as 30% providing savings in the long run. If you are low on space these units are ideal as well as they can be hung on walls and are compact.

Crossover - Crossover's combine the on-demand technology of a tankless water heater with minimal water storage. This unit creates hot water to maximize efficiency without waste or standby loss that could come with a large tank. It provides immediate hot water like a traditional tank without delay and easily adapts to building recirculation pumps.

Volume Water Heaters - These water heaters are used to provide large volumes of Domestic Hot Water typically for commercial applications like restaurants, hotels, apartment buildings, etc. They are also referred to as supply boilers.

 

Click through our website to learn more about each of the tank types and feel good about your decision once you've made it and have decided to go with HTP, of course.

 

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Topics: Water Heating, Tech Tips, About HTP, HTP Installations, FAQs, Combination Units

Efficiently Heating Your Home

Posted by HTP on Feb 21, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Winter is still here, unfortunately and keeping your home warm should still be a top priority as we head to round out the brutal winter season. At HTP your heating needs and providing them as efficiently as possible is at the top of our list.

Energy Star recently published an article on 5 hottest tips to keep you warm. One of the top tips is how to heat your home efficiently and we have found their suggestions super helpful. Once you've absorbed their help,  head over to our website and check out our tips on how to choose which space heater is right for you by clicking here.

To read the Energy Star article in its entirety please click here and check out the excerpt below:

In the average American household, almost half of the annual energy bill goes to heating and cooling – more than $900 a year. This season, fall into energy savings with heating tips from ENERGY STAR and enjoy lower energy bills, increased home comfort, and the warm feeling that comes from knowing you’re helping reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change, making a difference in the environment for your family and generations to come.

Maintaining your HVAC system can save you big on utility bills and comfort.

  • Check your furnace’s air filter once a month, especially during the heavy-use months of winter. A dirty filter slows air flow, making the system work harder which wastes energy. If it’s dirty, clean or replace it. At a minimum, clean or replace it every three months.
  • Sealing and insulating air ducts, especially those in your attic or crawlspace, helps keep the heat where you want it and can improve your HVAC system’s efficiency by as much as 10%.
  • Consider a yearly professional tune-up of your HVAC system.
  • If you need to replace your HVAC system, ask your contractor about ENERGY STAR certified units. And make sure that your new energy-efficient unit is properly installed for maximum savings.
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Topics: Water Heating, Tech Tips, Space Heating, About HTP

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