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Solar Water Heaters

Solar Water Heater Systems

Are you tired of paying high electricity rates just for the hot water to take a shower?

Hot water free from the sun

Free & Natural. It’s the way you’ve always wanted to shower. With a solar hot water system it’s more than just a feeling. It’s a fact of life, and it’s yours to enjoy everyday.

Solar thermal panels on your roof will do it. Solar water heaters allow the sun to heat your water naturally so you get luxurious hot water heated free from the sun. On tap. Everyday. Now that’s what you call Free & Natural! Hot water which saves on energy, saves on water heating costs and helps save the environment too. With a Solar hot water system you get it all. And it’s all Free & Natural. Now isn’t that the way you’ve always wanted to shower!

You can save in 3 ways

1. Save on Energy

By using the sun’s free energy you can reduce your hot water energy consumption by to 100%. That’s up to 1000% less gas or electricity which needs to be produced.

2. Save on water heating costs

Reducing your energy usage will give you real dollar savings every day. An average home can expect to save money off its energy bills year after year. And with the way energy costs are increasing around the world, the savings could be even greater in the future.

3. Save the environment

Not only will you make big savings on your energy costs, using the sun’s free energy is great for the environment. A family of four with a Solar water heater can save up to 3 or 4 tons of greenhouse gas emissions compared to a conventional electric water heater. That’s the same as taking a small car off the road, so you can imagine the benefits for our future generations and the future of the planet.

How do solar water heating systems work?  

Solar water heating systems use solar panels, called collectors, fitted to your roof. These collect heat from the sun and use it to heat up water which is stored in a hot water cylinder.

Heating up water accounts for a good chunk of a home's energy use. It's a near-constant need -- we use hot water for showers, laundry, washing dishes -- and it adds up. In one year, an 80-gallon (302-liter) electric water heater averages about $500 to run, uses 4,800 kWh of electricity and contributes about 6,600 pounds (2,993 kilograms) of CO2 to the atmosphere.

A natural-gas-powered heater does better, but it still accounts for about $400 and 3,900 pounds (1,769 kilograms) of CO2 per year.

There are greener options out there. Both high-efficiency and tankless water heaters can cut back on energy use. But solar is on another level. It's about as green as hot water can get. Solar is an excellent clean energy source: Its fuel, sunlight, is limitless, free and emits nothing when converted into energy.

At its core, a solar water heater does one thing: It uses sunlight to warm water. The same thing is happening when you leave a glass of iced tea in the sun: After a while, it's not iced anymore. Of course, a home water heater has to work faster and bigger than that.

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