We're "Appy" to Help!

Posted by HTP on Mar 20, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Have you had a chance to check out HTP's app? Well it's free, convenient and PACKED with information - so what're you waiting for?

Compatible across all platforms, you can get troubleshooting, warranty information and even product brochures all at the tips of your fingers.

Don't just take our word for it, download it in the app store now!



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Product Highlight: Everlast Residential

Posted by HTP on Mar 13, 2017 3:00:00 PM

If you're looking for an electric water heater, look no further. We have an entire series; the Everlast

The Everlast Residential is a highly efficient electric water heater made out of durable stainless steel material to last you a lifetime. Made with heavy duty foam insulation, this unit has minimal heat loss to satisfy your heating needs. The stainless steel incoloy elements eliminate the need for anode rods and resist scale build up for a longer tank life. The Everlast Residential is backed by a 6 year, 9 year OR a lifetime warranty when registered online.



Not only is the Everlast Residential built for an easier installation, it is also laser welded through a concentrated heat source producing high quality, long lasting construction that is durable against leaks. The tank is 316L stainless steel making it lightweight for easier installation. It is also corrosion resistant, eliminates the need for anode rods, and protects against harsh water conditions. The tank has heavy duty foam insulation for minimal heat loss.


Want to learn more? Check out the video below



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Topics: Water Heating, About HTP

Energy Savings for Your Boiler

Posted by HTP on Mar 7, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Who doesn't love to save? Well, we do and especially when it means saving money. Because we feel its so important to save energy we have compiled a list of just a few ways you can save energy for your high efficiency boiler.

1. Set your thermostat down just 5 degrees in the winter. This can be particularly effective if you're away from home for longer than four hours at a time.

2. If you've chosen to go with a high efficiency boiler it most likely will have an electric ignition, and therefore eliminates the need for a constantly burning pilot light.

3. ENERGY STAR helps protect the enviornment with energy efficient practices and products. Products like ours with the ENERGY STAR label can reduce your energy bill by about one-third. Browse our site here for to see all of our ENERGY STAR rates products.

4. If you boiler is over 20 years old it may be time to replace it with a high efficient unit from HTP. You can click here to contact a professional contractor in your state and learn more about HTP's products.


There you have it, some short and sweet tips to save you money when that bill comes in. 

Thank us later!


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Topics: Tech Tips, Space Heating, About HTP

Maintaining Your Water Heater

Posted by HTP on Mar 3, 2017 3:00:00 PM

Maintaining your water heater can be a major factor in the number of years it stays working efficiently. A great way to maitain your unit is to drain it. While opinion may vary on how often you chose to drain your tank, you should try to always do it at least once a year.

Not sure how to get started on this? Below are step by step directions. Of course, if you don't feel comfortable doing this on your own it is never a bad idea to consult a professional before getting started or even to do the draining for you.

Shut off the water supply to your water heater

In most cases the water pipe and shut off valve will be located at the top of your unit. Turn the valve to shut off the water supply to the tank

Turn off the power to the water heater

If you have an electric water heater, turn off the power from the circuit breaker box. It is CRUCIAL to remember that if you fail to shut down the power to your electric water heater you risk burning the element out. If you have a gas water heater shut off the gas by turning the valve on the gas supply line that runs to the tank.

Give the water some time to cool off

Because this is a water HEATER the water is going to be extremely hot. To prevent any kind of injury it is best to let your water heater sit overnight to allow the water to become cool before your drain it.

Attach a hose to the drain valve

Once you have given your heater time to cool off place one end of the hose into a floor drain or outside if you find the hose will reach. Attach the other end of the hose onto the drain valve at the bottom of the water heater.

Turn on the hot water tap

Turn on a hot water tap at a sink that is closest to your water heater. This will help alleviate pressure.

Open the drain valve

Opening this valve will cause the water to begin flowing out of the tank. Draining the water can take up to 30 minutes but is dependent on how full and dirty the water heater is.

Turn the water back on to flush the tank with fresh, clean water

While the drain valve is still open, turn the water back on to eliminate and remaining sediment. Once the water is running clear you can turn the water valve off.

Refill the tank

Remove the hose from the drain valve and turn the water back on. Start refilling the tank. Leave a hot water tap/faucet open to allow all the air from the tank to leave the system. Once clean water rund out of the tap, the heater is full and flushed. Now is i full and you can turn the power to the water heater back on.


Happy draining!



source for DIY tank draining from :https://blog.allstate.com/tips-maintaining-water-heater/?pgv=c




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Topics: Water Heating, Tech Tips

HTP - A Growing Local Business

Posted by HTP on Feb 24, 2017 3:00:00 PM

 We are so proud to be a locally based business in New Bedford, Massachusetts. When we were approached last month by New Bedford Guide and the New Bedford Economic Development Council we were excited to share all about HTP, our mission, and how we came to grow in New Bedford. 

Take a look at the video below featuring our President, Dave Martin and the Director of Supply Chain, Doris Goncalves to learn all about us!

Video courtesy of New Bedford Guide


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Topics: Water Heating, About HTP

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