Make the Switch to Energy Efficient Now & Start Saving

Posted by HTP Comfort Solutions LLC on Jun 13, 2019 10:00:00 AM

We all would like a little reprieve from those pesky bills that show up monthly. While we can't make them disappear all together, we do have some great news that will help ease that grand total you hate to see.

According to Energy Star, if you upgrade to an Energy Star certified water heater you could save up to $3,500 over the products lifetime. Not only are you getting amazing savings, these units are all certified and save energy while simultaneous protecting the environment.

Sounds like a win, win to us! We have listed just a few of our Energy Star Certified water heaters below so you can get started on lowering those monthly bills:

 

UFT Boiler Wall & Floor - Medium Mass Boiler

The UFT Boiler has been rated one of the Most Efficient Boilers by ENERGY STAR for 3 years in a row! The UFT puts everything you love about HTP’s focus on high efficiency in this versatile boiler. It is compliant with the NOx emissions limit set forth in SCAQMD Rule 1146.2. resulting in an eco-friendly boiler. The UFT is ETL listed and exceeds the latest minimum efficiency requirements of ASHRAE 103 with an AFUE rating of up to 96%.

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The Phoenix and Phoenix Light Duty Gas Fired Water Heaters

Both the Phoenix and Phoenix Light Duty is a highly efficient and extremely versatile gas water heaters. They are manufactured with super durable stainless steel materials to resist corrosion for a longer lifetime and to provide optimum heat transfer. The Phoenix is up to 96% efficient with a 5:1 turndown while the Light Duty operates at an up to .90 Uniform Energy Factor (UEF) making them both Energy Star rated and a great choice for your heating needs.

           The Phoenix                                                                                                The Phoenix Light Duty

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Hydra Smart RT Indoor & Outdoor Units - Condensidng Gas Tankless Water Heater   

The Hydra Smart® Residential is a condensing gas tankless water heater manufactured with a high grade stainless steel heat exchanger to last longer and provide endless hot water. This advanced modulating water heater has up to a 0.98 Energy Factor, up to a .96 UEF and a 10 to 1 turndown ratio. It is eco-friendly and Energy Star certified! You will never run out of hot water with this advanced modulating tankless water heater.

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Click here to check out the website and see our full product offering of Energy Star certified products. Happy Savings!

 

 

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Topics: Water Heating, Space Heating, Energy Star

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: techsupport@htproducts.com (How customers reach us)

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

Contact: htpvideochat@gmail.com (How customers reach us)

 

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

Contact: techsupport@htproducts.com (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: techsupport@htproducts.com

 

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

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

What's That Mean?

Posted by HTP on Aug 30, 2017 10:13:00 AM

We understand that in this industry terms are ever changing and being updated.  Our goal at HTP is to provide you with highly efficient, quality built products and to also make the entire process from choosing your water/space heater to installation less stressful for you. When you completely understand how your units are working, you are that much more confident in your choice.

We have put together a list of terms and their definitions to help lessen some confusion or even just refresh even the most experienced in the business. 

Click here to get the full list of terms and their definitions!

 

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

HTP Rated ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2017

Posted by HTP on Apr 28, 2017 2:00:00 PM

New year, same goal.

One of HTP's greatest missions as a company is to provide our customers with highly efficient products all while maintaining quality. We strive to constantly evolve our products to conserve energy and save you on those pesky monthly bills.

We are proud to say multiple products of ours are rated Most Efficient 2017 by ENERGY STAR for the 3rd year in a row.  ENERGY STAR products are independently certified to save energy without sacrificing features or functionality. Saving energy helps prevent climate change. The Most Efficient 2017 list is a new distinction that recognizes products that deliver cutting edge energy efficiency along with the latest in technological innovation. It is an award that truly represent the best of Energy Star.

We proudly boast the Energy Star Most Efficient 2017 logo on the Elite FT, EFTC Wall, Elite Premier, Versa Flame & The UFT. Click on the product names to learn more about them!

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Be sure to be on the lookout for the logo when purchasing your next appliance! 

(information regarding Energy Star provided by Energy Star: energystar.com/prodcuts/most_efficient)

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Topics: Water Heating, Space Heating, About HTP

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