Stiebel Eltron: Electric Water Heating at its Best


By now you've most likely heard of people switching to tankless electric water heaters. The benefits of going tankless are numerous.

First, replacement cost is low, there's no burdensome routine maintenance or complicated installation.

These progressive water heating systems are compact and lightweight. Many models fit comfortably under a kitchen or bathroom sink.

While there are many good brands to choose from, there is one in particular that has captured the hearts of its customers. That brand is Stiebel Eltron, a German maker of eco-smart electric water heating systems.

The Stiebel Eltron Way

Stiebel Eltron electric water heaters are made by a company in Holzminden, Germany. They specialize in engineering central heating products like water heaters and heat pumps.

Their products boast low-carbon, sustainable energy designs that can be used in a number of applications like: schools, sports venues, emergency service buildings, and homes!

The unique heat system recycles energy from the air, ground, or water to generate additional thermal energy and hot water, all without placing a strain on your utility bills.

Stiebel Eltron is a world leader in eco-design. This company is known for high quality, well-engineered products. They are successful in the environmental control and system sector of the industry.

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Electricity has a net system efficiency of 98%, meaning you get more bang for your buck when you use electricity over gas.

Many Stiebel Eltron electric water heaters use up to 50% less power than conventional tanked electric water heaters!

Unlike natural gas or propane, electricity does not produce CO2; it's a clean energy source. The CO2 you generate is part of your carbon footprint, which is a measure of your personal impact on the environment.

By using Stiebel Eltron's water heating systems you save yourself some green and protect the planet at the same time.

A Leader in Going Green

Stiebel Eltron tankless electric water heaters are available throughout the world, but the brand has become a market leader is several key countries.

In Switzerland they lead the way in heat pumps, in Japan night storage heaters, and in France they are market leaders in advanced electric heating systems.

Tankless water heaters have been popular in Europe and Asia for many years. The United States is only now realizing their awesome potential. This brand of water heating is sure to become a maverick in America for its forward-thinking, advanced eco-engineered electric units.

Harvest the Power of the Sun


The sun is a free energy source. It's all natural and quite effective at warming virtually anything. That's why this environmentally friendly company is using the sun to help you heat water for your home. Their new line of electric units transform the power of the sun into huge savings for you.

To do this, the company has engineered premium high-output, low-profile solar collectors to power their tankless electric water heaters.

It's a progressive way to help the environment and reduce your energy bill. In addition to huge energy savings from your local power company, you can feel like your making a contribution to the green movement.

Building on 40 years of thermal solar experience, these eco-friendly units are efficient and incredibly effective. This company knows what it's doing.

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To fully understand the benefits, let's take a look at the core benefits:

What to Consider Before Your Purchase

Water Use


Have you ever considered how much energy it takes to meet your daily hot water needs? Well, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American family of four will consume 400 gallons of water - in a single day!

Hot water is costly - both economically and environmentally - so envision filling that swimming pool up with dollar bills. It wouldn't be too long before it overflows with your hard-earned money.

Energy Use

On average, heating one gallon of water will take 583.8 British Thermal Units (BTUs) of energy with an incoming water temperature of 50° F and outgoing temperature of 120° F.

Just multiple your 60 gallons of water by 583.8 BTUs per gallon to get an energy consumption of - 35,028 BTUs washing dishes!

The Consumer Energy Report states that every million BTU of natural gas costs you approximately $5.67 and $13.92 for propane. This can get costly and isn't as eco-friendly as the electric alternative.

So take control of your water usage, save money, and go green by investing in a reliable Stiebel Elton tankless electric water heater.

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