Lawmakers in the state of Washington have unveiled plans to ban future fossil fuel usage in new constructions. Families will have to find safer alternatives for major appliances like water heaters. Luckily, you now have the option to install a cost-effective hybrid water heater. Here’s why you should replace your old water heater with a hybrid model.

Hybrid Water Heaters

Hybrid water heaters or heat pump water heaters give you all the efficiency of a tankless heater without sacrificing any tank capacity. This type of water heater works by collecting heat from its external environment and moving it across evaporator coils. The refrigerant inside the coils collects that heat and moves it into the heat exchanger, which then warms your water.

Hybrid water heaters are unique in that they don’t create the heat but instead move it from one area to another. Hybrid heaters are incredibly energy-efficient and can produce luxurious amounts of hot water at a fraction of the cost. You won’t struggle with excessively high electricity or gas bills with a hybrid water heater.

You can also decrease your home’s carbon footprint with this heater. Hybrid water heaters are perfect for families that live in mild to warm climates and have extra space in the basement. Professional plumbers can evaluate your current water heater and find a new hybrid model that would better suit your comfort and budgetary needs.

Premier Plumbing Company in Bellevue

Let ProMax Water Heaters & Plumbing help you with all your water heater needs in Bellevue or any of the surrounding areas. We’re a locally owned and operated company that is fully insured, licensed, and bonded. We pride ourselves on always exceeding our customers’ expectations. Count on our highly skilled team to inspect, repair, or replace your water heater. We can also take care of your faucets, toilets and even your main water line. Our plumbers are trained to handle every water heater on the market from tankless options to electric or heat pump heaters. Call today to schedule an appointment.

Meet Evan Niemela: Owner of ProMax Water Heaters & Plumbing

Evan first started plumbing in 2006, splitting his time 50/50 with commercial and residential work. He has been involved with all aspects of plumbing, and believes that we should be life-long learners, whether with our careers or in life.

When he’s not plumbing, you’ll find Evan looking for a little white golf ball (generally in the woods or long grass), exploring the mountains and trails in the beautiful PNW or spending time with his wife and seven children.

Evan Niemela Owner of ProMax Water Heaters & Plumbing