The Eternal Hot Water Heater

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker

Say goodbye to ever running out of how water again or having to wait for the water to heat up. The Eternal Hybrid Water Heater produces an endless supply of hot water instantly and is the most efficient water heater on the market today because it doesn’t waste any water while you wait for the water to heat up. So it’s green, but not so good for the other green, your pocketbook. It runs around $3,000 and it’ll take a long time recoup the added costs from the efficiency.

At least you’ll never run out of hot water and doing some good for planet earth. It’s a wonderful luxury item to consider for new construction or remodeling projects, but it’s not cheap. It costs twice as much as a normal water heater but really within reach of most consumers if you gotta have it.

If price is no object or you’re getting sick of running out of hot water or waiting for it, then you gotta have it. All homes over a million dollars should have it and hopefully we’ll all have it eventually.

Comments (4)

Stacie Cunningham
Altera Real Estate - San Clemente, CA
I have a tankless water heater and I love it!!  I don't have a hybrid though so I don't know the difference!! Thanks for the link my friend wants one too!!~Stacie
May 06, 2008 04:32 AM
Ross Quintana
Real E Smarter - Spokane, WA
Real E Smarter Real Estate Coach - 509-362-1966
Sounds interesting, you'll always pay a premium for first to market type stuff. you since most hot water heaters run from 300-600 I would say this is far more than double, I will check out the link. Thanks
May 06, 2008 04:37 AM
Tre Pryor
REMAX Champions - Louisville, KY
Realtor, e-PRO - Louisville Kentucky
Interesting stuff. Thanks for posting!
May 06, 2008 04:47 AM

I own a B&B and for my commercial needs this would've be ideal. The only options I knew of 2 years ago when we rennovated were the tank or tankless models and because I would have needed 4 tankless units I opted to stay with traditional tanks instead. My contracter plumbed all rooms into a circulation system so I can promise all guests hot water right away. He also said because there is no storage in the tankless units that I could not run the circulation system through those units. Who ever thought we'd be writing about water heaters? But with the value of water and energy it's great that we now have greater technology to choose from like Eternal Hybrid.

I am also looking into the Panasonic LCD TV's as an upgrade in my guest rooms that use less energy than a 75 watt bulb. More luxury items running on less energy is a good sign! 

May 07, 2008 01:38 AM