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heating and cooling your home

Water heating is typically the second-largest energy expense in your home, after space heating and cooling.

CHOOSING A WATER HEATER

On average, a water heater lasts from 10 to 15 years. Because an energy-efficient model can help you save money, you may want to consider replacing your old tank. Read about the different types of water heaters and how to choose one.

MONEY-SAVING TIPS

You can start saving money on water heating costs right away by following these money-saving tips.

REBATES

Many local public power companies offer cash rebates or other incentives for buying energy-efficient water heaters. Contact your local power company to find out what rebates may be available.