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The average household spends $400-$600 annually on energy to heat water for washing dishes, washing clothes, faucets and hot showers. Your hot water heater is the second largest expenditure behind heating and cooling so it pays to have an energy efficient water heater in your home. If you're on of the 27 million households that have a hot water heater older than 10 years, you should seriously consider replacing it with a new ENERGY STAR water heater and start saving yourself some money.

When you're ready for a new water heater you'll want to research all your options and choose the best appliance for your home and situation. Read below to see what type might be right for you.
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