More and more consumers are discovering that solar energy is affordable and practical—especially with federal and state incentives encouraging this “green” technology.
We have installed thousands of water heating systems over the years, and we have found our extensive experience in this area extremely useful as we integrate solar hot water into homes with traditional systems.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, if you install a solar water heater, your water heating bills should drop, on average, 20%–40%. Add to this the fact that current federal and state tax credits can reduce the cost of a new solar hot water system by thousands of dollars, and you can see why this environmentally friendly method of heating water is gaining in popularity.
Heating water can get expensive, but there are ways to reduce the cost significantly. Adding a solar hot water system is one of them. Clyde S. Walton can design a system that will cut your fuel bills and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time.
You use your hot water heater for many home activities, such as cooking, washing dishes and clothes, and bathing. Even space heaters can require its services.
As you may have learned already, a water heater does not produce a continual supply of heated water: As the usage rate rises, your water becomes cooler until it’s cold.
For both of these reasons, you need to have a properly functioning water heater that you can depend upon on to meet your home’s essential needs; therefore, we can help you to choose the most efficient and affordable option for you.
Tankless Water Heaters:
- The industry’s highest efficiency rating – 98%.
- Extended life cycle utilizing dual stainless–steel heat exchangers.
- Easy installation and PVC venting.
Electric & Gas Water Heaters:
- Fully automatic controls.
- Direct heat transfer with immersed screw-type elements.
- Factory installed dielectric waterway fittings.
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