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By: Kaitlyn Schott on October 25th, 2021

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2022 Tankless Water Heater Rebates

Monkey Business | Tankless Water Heaters

You’re ready to get that sweet-sweet endless hot water you’ve always dreamed about. But you also love a good deal. And I mean, can anyone really blame you?

Well, did you know you can save money by upgrading to a tankless water heater? And we’re not just talking about the reduced monthly bills that come standard with all tankless systems.

At Monkey Wrench Plumbing, we’re directly certified with Noritz, Navien and Takagi tankless water heaters, so we know what models qualify for rebates and tax credits. We want to share this knowledge with you so you’re empowered to make the best decision to fit your water heater needs (whether you buy one from us or not).

By the end of this article, we promise you will know why there are rebates and tax credits on certain tankless water heaters, what rebates are available, and what models we carry that qualify. We will also give resources to protect your tankless once it’s installed.

 

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How to Apply for Los Angeles Tankless Water Heater Rebates
 

I know what you’re thinking. This deal sounds too good to be true, but it’s real. Because of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act, the Department of Energy DOE is committed to incentivizing homeowners to make greener choices. That incentive comes in the form of rebates and tax credits.

How to get a rebate and tax credit:

  1. Upgrade from a traditional water heater to a qualified high-efficiency tankless water heater.
    • It is recommended that you call a certified technician to replace your conventional water heater with your new tankless water heater.
  2. Make sure you purchase a tankless water heater by December 31, 2022
    • Keep your receipts! Make sure you have a documented date on your receipt to show that you purchased your tankless water heater.
  3. Apply for your rebate on the SoCal Gas website here.
  4. Submit your tankless water heater information and tax credit form for a credit when you’re doing your taxes.

Upgrade from a traditional water heater to a qualified high-efficiency tankless wateBy doing these four things, you can earn up to $1,300 in rebates and tax credits. 

 

 

Models that Qualify for Rebates

 

So, what tankless water heaters qualify? Well, since we work with Noritz, Navien, and Takagi every day, we know which models qualify for rebates. For ease of use, we’ve made a table for each brand. Each table lists the models and the amount of money you can get back.

 

Noritz Tankless Water Heater Rebates

$1,000 Noritz Qualifying Models:
  • EZ98
  • EZ111
  • EXTR50
  • EZTR75
  • NRCR92
  • NRCR111
$800 Noritz Qualifying Models:
  • EZTR40
  • NRC71
  • NRC98
  • NRC111
  • NRC66
  • NRCP111
$600 Noritz Qualifying Models:
  • NR98
  • NR83
  • NR50
  • NC199



Download the Noritz Tax Credit Form

 

Navien Tankless Water Heater Rebates

$1,000 Navien Qualifying Models:
  • NPE-180A2
  • NPE-180S2
  • NPE-210A2
  • NPE-210S2
  • NPE-240A2
  • NPE-240S2
$800 Navien Qualifying Models:
  • NPE-150S2

Download the Navien Tax Credit Form

 

Takagi Tankless Water Heater Rebates

$1,000 Takagi Qualifying Models:
  • T-H3-OS-N
  • T-H3J-OS-N
  • T-H3S-DV-N
  • TCT-199O-N
  • TK-540P-NEH
$800 Takagi Qualifying Models:
  • T-H3-DV-N
  • T-H3J-DV-N
  • T-H3M-DV-N
  • T-H3M-OD-N
  • T-H3S-OS-N
  • TCT-199I-N
  • TK-540P-NIH

 

While we specialize with Noritz, Navien, and Takagi tankless water heaters, we want to give you information to continue learning about tankless water heaters. Some other brands we know that have qualifying models are:

 

 

What Qualifies for a Tax Credit?

 

So, what qualifies a tankless water heater for a tax credit? The only requirement is being eco-friendly, like we talked about earlier! A tankless water heater falls under a residential energy property credit from the IRS by being “any item of energy-efficient building property.” Cool right? This will net you an easy $300 back when you do your taxes.

 

Tankless Water Heater Testing for Rebates


So, how does the DOE determine which tankless water heaters are high-efficiency water heaters and qualify for rebates? The DOE has a 167pg report here, but to sum up, they test tankless water heaters for their efficiency in real-life conditions. The efficiency measurement in the testing is called the Uniform Energy Factor rating (UEF rating).
 

The UEF scale goes like this:

UEF ratings for Tankless Water Heater Rebates in California


The higher the rating, the more eco-friendly the tankless water heater is, and the more money you get back. Once you submit an application, the rebate usually comes back in 4-8 weeks in the form of a check. If the application gets denied for incorrect information, you will have to resubmit it and wait an additional 4-8 weeks.

 

Buying a Tankless Water Heater

 

If a tankless water heater has a UEF rating of .82 and above, it qualifies for a rebate no matter the brand. And if you purchase any tankless water heater, you can get $300 back on your taxes. This is because the DOE wants homeowners to invest in more eco-friendly appliances.

Ready to buy your tankless water heater and save on rebates? Check out the articles below as we dive into the costs involved with purchasing a tankless water heater and take a look at our tankless water heater page to learn more about all things tankless water heaters. 

How much does a Tankless Water Heater Cost? 

Tankless Water Heaters

 

If you live in the Los Angeles area and are interested in purchasing a tankless water heater, hit the “Book” button below. Or if you have any other questions regarding your tankless water heater needs, feel free to call us at 310-853-8690, and one of our call center representatives would be happy to help you.

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If you live in the Los Angeles area and are interested in purchasing a tankless water heater, hit the “Book” button below. Or if you have any other questions regarding your tankless water heater needs, feel free to call us at 310-853-8690, and one of our call center representatives would be happy to help you.