Want to reduce your electric bill? Advance Solar can help you install a solar water heater, a popular method for homeowners recently. These systems use solar energy to deliver hot water, reducing the need for using the electrical grid. We will send a team of expert solar panel installers who can consult and work with you to save money. Keep reading if you’re unsure whether this change is right for you.

What Is A Solar Water Heater And How Does It Work?

This high-efficiency appliance draws renewable energy from the sun to heat your water directly, helping you reduce your electric bill. It can heat enough water for your daily needs. Solar panel installers for a heater do not provide any solar energy for the home. If a full solar system is not a viable option right now, then you can consider this standalone system for your hot water needs. It’s a great way to save some money while also helping the environment in a more budget-friendly manner.  

How Much Money Can You Save?

These heaters have a hefty price tag, but they must be considered an investment. After installation, their value is paid back with lower utility bills– sometimes 50%-80% lower! Even after being paid back, the heater will be producing hot water for basically free for the lifetime of the appliance. They have relatively low maintenance costs and needs. When buying a solar heater, ensure to check the SRRC or solar energy factor rating. The more efficient the heater is, the more significant your savings will be. In addition to all that money saved, you might be able to get rebates and incentives too. The Investment Tax Credit is a federal solar tax credit that gives credits on your annual tax for installing a solar heater. The government will pay you to use renewable energy! Also, local utility companies sometimes offer special discounts or rebates. It’s worth looking into and doing the research to find ways to save money. 

How To Select The Right Heater

When you decide to make the change to a solar heater, there are many questions that you’ll face. Many considerations are taken when choosing what type of heater to get. There are two systems: active or passive. And each has its pros and cons. Direct systems work best in certain areas, SRCC ratings need to be compared, and individual water usage are some of the various factors to consider when choosing the right heater. 

Contact Us

If you’re ready to make the switch to a solar water heater, then you need the best company for the job. Our expert team of solar panel installers will make the process seamlessly easy. We can help you make the right choice, so you don’t become overwhelmed. We offer our services in the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Australia, South America, and 11 counties within Florida. We’ve won numerous environmental awards as well. With Advance Solar, you’ll get high-quality service, contact us or request a quote today!

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