Solar Hot Water Systems
We sell solar hot water systems and can incorporate them into a full HVAC system.
25 Gallon systems to 25000 gallon systems are available at very low costs.
Our systems feature vacuum heating tubes, Propylene filled system to prevent freezing, and stainless inner/outer tanks
Our Solar Systems are eligible for many instate incentives and federal incentives.
Use our larger systems for free heat and hot water for your home. Stop Paying for propane or NG
Nevada Residents can get a NV energy incentive credit on these systems, a mail in beawindhog rebate and a 30 percent tax incentive from the government. Many customers end up paying nearly no cost after incentives for these systems.
System sizes are
25 gallon to 25,000 gallon capacities
Benefits to solar hot water over regular hot water heating:
1. During the direct sunlight hours enough heat is generated from the sun to heat the entire storage tank to 180 degrees.
2. Most customers never need the electric element that is built in for backup.
3. Vacuum tubes are filled with the newest freon R410 which is environmentally friendly and ready for governmental requirements for the future.
4. System is made of stainless steel and red copper which have a life expectancy of 50 years vs normal systems which have a life expectancy of 10 years.
5. Tanks are stainless and double walled for the most strict codes in California and other states.
6. Will heat water to 120 degrees when outside temperature is near zero.
7. Circulation pump is very high quality made for continuous duty for 20 years. 1000's of suppliers nationwide offer replacement and parts for this pump as well.
8. System can be upgraded at any time to integrate a home heating and cooling system.
9. Eligible for the 30 percent federal tax incentive and many state incentives
10. Many customers find that the unit saves them enough money to make up for the cost in 2 years. Nevada customers in less than 1 year.
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