Solar Water Heater

With Solar Water Heater you won’t spend money like water anymore!

There’s nothing like arriving home after a long day, and turn on the hot water to take a soothing bath… But how much does this simple pleasure cost? According to experts, it takes TODAY an average of 18% of your electric bills, month after month.

 In other words, water heating systems are the second leading cause of high electric bills, and this number will probably increase in the short term.

Solar Water Heater is the perfect solution to keep enjoying the simple pleasures of life, like taking relaxing baths and relaxing about electric bills. And the best is, Solar Water Heater has a positive impact over the environment by preventing global warming. 

Get your head above water, and stop paying high electric bills with Solar Water Heater.

So, what is the marvel behind Solar Water Heating System?

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There is a basic principle to save money in electric bills by using Solar Water Heater Systems: You do not use electricity to heat your water. Instead, you use free, green and clean sunlight.

Solar Water Heater, or Solar Domestic Hot Water (SDHW) uses solar radiation to heat water and store it into a thermal reservoir or tank. From this tank, hot water flows to your kitchen sink and basins, showers or bathtubs, laundry room, garage or wherever you want to use it.

Solar Water Heater System is composed by a solar collector provided with water intake. Cold water flows through the solar collector, and sunlight automatically heats water. Then hot water is stored in the tank and flows to your pipe system.

There's no magic in the process, but a smart solution that employs nature itself as an endless source of heat.

With Solar Water Heater, pour cold water on your electric bills and invert in a better future for you, your family, and the whole planet.

Solar Water Heating System

Traditional water heaters use the equivalent to 100 light bulbs. No wonder why your electric bills are usually so high, and prices never go down. So, do the math and measure how much money you will spend in electricity for the next 40 years, if you keep on using them!

And speaking about 40 years, Solar Water Heater is an inversion that pays itself in just few years, and even your grandsons will benefit from it: Solar Water Heater is intended to last at least those same 40 years, with low maintenance.

And if you prefer to sell your house before, Solar Water Heater will automatically increase the selling price of your property. Do the math again, and measure how much money you will save with a Solar Water Heating System!


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