Solar Hot Water System Use Up To 50–80% Less Energy?

Dated: 02/01/2019

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Just making the switch to a solar water heater can do wonders for your home energy costs all by itself. On average, a solar hot water system can use up to 50–80 percent less energy than your traditional model.

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That factors out approximately to a 10–15 percent reduction in annual energy costs. The savings add up even further if you apply and qualify for the federal tax credit to compensate for up to 30 percent of the cost to buy and install a residential solar water heating system.

Another modest but meaningful solar power choice is a solar pool cover. The benefits of a fully solar-powered pool heating system shouldn’t be discounted of course, but if you already have a pool with a conventional system, making the investment in a solar cover can significantly reduce the overall amount of time needed to run your pool heater.

Once you have decided to install solar panels, it’s important to research which solar panels are best for you, your home and your budget.


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Kenneth Manesse

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