Which water heater is right for you?

Electric - Everlast Series

HTP’s Electric Water Heaters are guaranteed to provide you with the ultimate in comfort and quality. Combining state of the art stainless steel and high efficiency operation, our electric water heaters will save you money, energy and provide peace of mind. Longevity in service life was top priority when creating our electric series with durable stainless steel components that resists corrosion and protect against leaks. Our Electric Water Heaters are available in many different gallon sizes and models to fit both your residential and commercial heating needs.

Find your electric water heater below:

Residential
Everlast Residential Point of Use - 10, 15, 20 Gallons
Everlast Residential - 40 and 52 Gallons

Commercial
Everlast Commercial Point of Use - 10, 15, 20 Gallons
Everlast Light Duty Commercial - 80, 100, and 115 Gallons
Everlast Medium Duty Commercial - (3 Element) 80, 100, and 115 Gallons
Everlast Medium Duty Commercial - Single or 3 Phase Models
Everlast Grid-Enabled Water Heater

Gas - Phoenix Series

HTP’s extensive line of gas water heaters are highly efficient and suitable for a variety of commercial and residential applications. These units provide large quantities of hot water without consuming large amounts of energy. The gas water heaters are manufactured with high grade stainless steel heat exchangers to resist corrosion and provide excellent heat transfer.

Find your gas water heater below:

Residential
Phoenix Light Duty - 50, 60, and 80 Gallons
Phoenix - 55, 80, and 119 Gallons

Commercial
Phoenix Light Duty - 50, 60, and 80 Gallons
Phoenix Multi-Fit - 80 and 100 Gallons
Phoenix Plus
Phoenix Sanitizer


Tank Type Water Heating

Tank Type Water Heaters remain the most popular type of water heating systems for home use.  HTP’s Tank Type Water Heaters are available in either gas (liquid propane and natural gas) or electric models ranging in multiple gallon capacities.

Tank Type or Conventional Water Heaters store the hot water in the tank until it is ready for use.  Hot water is released from the top of the tank when needed and cold water enters the bottom of tank in order to ensure the tank is always full.

The constant need to keep the tank’s water hot consumes a lot of energy – even when the hot water tap isn’t running. This is called standby heat loss. Only tankless water heaters avoid standby heat losses. To help combat this, our tank type waters have heavily insulated tanks, which significantly reduce standby heat losses and lower annual operating costs.