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Deadline Nears to Buy Noritz Products with Federal Tax Credits

8/30/2010 3:31:32 PM

Tags: Noritz, tankless water heater, energy efficient, Press Release

Effective December 31, 2010, the available tax credits to purchase a Noritz tankless water, which can save consumers upwards of $1,500, will expire.  

And, with Noritz’s new NR83-DVC, those consumers can not only realize substantial savings, but they can also contribute to the healing of our fragile environment by decreasing their personal carbon footprint.

“If consumers have been pondering whether or not to go tankless, now is the time to make the switch,” states Bob Hitchner, Noritz America Vice President of Marketing and Business Development.  “Not only does the Noritz NR83-DVC (along with Noritz’s entire product  line) give homeowners all the benefits of Noritz’s world-class technology, residents purchasing by year’s end can take advantage of the existing Stimulus Tax Credits that can amount to huge savings on the purchase of a new Noritz unit.  “It really is an unbeatable combination.”

The NR83-DVC’s design fulfills Noritz’s strong desire to reduce environmental burden and atmospheric pollutions.  By reducing electric consumption and eliminating waste as well as decreasing the use of environmentally hazardous materials, the NR83-DVC sets the standard for recyclability and confirms Noritz’s commitment to be the “green” leader in tankless water heater technology.

“At Noritz, we take pride in being the environmental leader in the tankless water heater industry,” said Hitchner.  “With the NR83-DVC, we have taken the next step in ensuring that our products will work synergistically with the world’s fragile footprint.  The new design also adheres to our corporate philosophy of practicing the ‘Three Rs’;  that is, Reduce, Recycle and Reuse.”

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