NEW Residential Point of Use Electric Water Heaters

Posted by HTP on Jun 13, 2018 10:16:33 AM

We love bringing you new, quality products and just recently HTP has launched our Residential Electric Point of Use Water Heaters!

Offered in both Residential and Commercial variants, these compact units pack a major punch and are a durable source of instant hot water. Ideal for even the smallest of spaces, the Point of Use Residential or Commercial are available in three models featuring 10, 15, and 20 gallons.

The Point of Use tank is laser welded and constructed with 316L stainless steel for an interior that is resistant of erosion! The inner element is made with industry leading components to ensure you get the longest lifetime out of your heater. This construction is quality you can depend on.


Check out more about the Residential and Commercial units to get you closer to instant hot water where you need it most!

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Topics: Water Heating, About HTP

HTP Technical Support Rolls out NEW Video Chat Option

Posted by HTP on May 3, 2018 10:25:43 AM

HTP is all about efficiency and finding new ways to get your questions and concerns resolved as quickly as possible. As a result, HTP is proud to announce, our Technical Support department now has a NEW video chat option, effective immediately.

This industry leading feature allows us the ability to video chat with customer while onsite in front of the product, if necessary, creating easier communication and more efficient insight.

You can use any of the following apps to access our team via video chat:





Apple Facetime: This application is proprietary to Apple devices. 

Contact: (How customers reach us)

Google Hangouts: A multi-platform which means that both Apple and Android devices can use them.

Contact: (How customers reach us)


Facebook Messenger: A multi-platform which means that both Apple and Android devices can use them.

Contact: (How customers reach us)


This feature will be used as more of an out call service than in call and anyone is welcome to contact us via the above apps but our first priority is and will continue to be our phone support which can be reached at 800-323-9651. 

Technical Support can also be reached by email if you prefer:


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Topics: Water Heating, Tech Tips, Space Heating, About HTP, FAQs

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.




Recognize any of the products above and have installed/currently use them? Please send us your install photos and experiences with them to We love seeing them in action and could feature you on our social media channels!








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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.


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 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 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! 



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