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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

By David Miller

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) –  The new GeoSpring hybrid water heater, currently on a truck tour across the southeast, will be making a stop in Thomasville today.

The GeoSpring truck allows consumers to get up close with the water heater to learn about its energy-saving features, have their questions answered, and get a chance to win instant prizes.

The GeoSpring hybrid is the first heat pump water heater to be ENERGY STAR® rated, and the first water heater to be listed on the U.S. Department of Energy's website. It rated first in class by Popular Science with a Best of What's New Award.

The primary feature of the GeoSpring hybrid water heater is that it uses heat pump technology to reduce energy expenses up to 62%.

That can save homeowners as much as $320 annually on energy bills.

For more information about energy savings, visit  http://www.geappliances/geospring.com.   

   

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