Water Tank Wraps

Hoffman 3Use NASA technology to lower your water heating cost by up to 20%. A radiant barrier water heater wrap consist of a type of “jacket” that fits over your water heater, reflecting any escaping heat back into the water heater so that it is reused instead of being lost in the air around the unit.

  • > Improve Water Heating Efficiency
  • > Contains No Harmful Fibers
  • > Energy Star Qualified
  • > Saved Energy = Saved Money
  • > R-Value = 14.5
  • > More Insulation Value than 6″ of Mass Insulation

Prodex is the only product we use for our Water Heater Insulation Blankets. It is an ENERGY STAR qualified insulation with an R Value of 14.5, 5 layer Radiant Barrier 1/4″ insulation whose interior layer is closed-cell Polyethylene Foam that reflects 97% of Radiant Heat. It is safe to have in your home as there are no fibers to breath and it provides more insulation value than 6″ of common mass insulation products. Just supply us with the circumference and height measurements of your tank and we will “custom cut” your wrap to insure a Guaranteed Fit for your Specific Tank“.

Our energy efficient radiant hot water heater blankets will save you 5% to upwards of 10% or more on the hot water heating cost for your home or business.

We sell and ship within the continuous 48 states for pricing starting at $45.99 including shipping. However we are currently offering a $79.99 Introductory Price for installations on hot water heater tanks upwards to 60 gallons. Call us today for a Free Estimate or click the order now link for more information.

Product Line

> Phifer Solar Screens

> Roll-Up Sun Shades

> Prodex Water Heater Blankets

> Attic Tent Insulators

All backed by documented proof to save you energy by helping your home's Heating and AC run more efficiently.

Service Area

Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Prairieville, Baker, Zachary, Central, Denham Springs, Livingston, Hammond, Mandeville, Covington, Metairie, Lutcher, Laplace, New Orleans. These are just a few of the cities currently serviced throughout South Louisiana.
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