Most homes are already equipped with water heaters for the bath and the kitchen. These heaters usually consume a lot of energy, which will, of course, reflect on your monthly bill. While heating water can cost a lot, it is a necessity for every household. Thankfully, one can save on energy by installing solar water heaters instead.
Solar water heaters work pretty much the same way as your traditional water heaters. However, it used solar power to heat water. Thermal panels are installed by a solar contractor, which will then be connected to your home’s water source. One can say that it is a perfect setup. You can get your much needed warm water as needed without having to pay for operating and energy costs. After all, solar energy is limitless and free even during cloudy days.
However, just the same with many other things in this world, solar water heaters aren’t perfect. There are advantages and disadvantages, which you should ideally know about prior to making a decision on whether or not you should start installing solar water heaters in your property.
The Pros of Installing Solar Water Heaters
The Cons of Installing Solar Water Heaters
It is pretty clear that the pros of installing solar water heaters are outweighing the cons. To ensure that you’re getting the best quality service as well as topnotch durable and efficient materials, allow us to help you with all your solar needs. TEO Solar is a top solar contractor servicing communities in and around Daytona Beach, Port Orange, Palm Coast, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Bunnell, and more. Call 386-437-2671 for a free estimate.
Bill has been a solar professional for more than 30 years, and has extensive experience in all things solar. During this time, he has seen solar grow, evolve, and improve. His passion is solar.