Solar water heaters naturally generate hot water by harnessing solar energy. Investing in a solar water heater means that you are able to combine cost effectiveness with an effective energy solution, high performance, autonomy and ease of installation.
Many ask how a solar water heater is selected over the other. The main criterion for such selection is the daily requirement of hot water, which amount to about 40 litres per person.
Solar control film and security film offer a high energy saving and ensure the protection and comfort in commercial and residential buildings.
The Nobel aesthetic systems are installed simply and quickly, matching perfectly with the traditional or contemporary architecture of buildings.
Qualify for Grant Programmes
Nobel systems qualify for solar energy government grant schemes.
Return on Investment
The ROI of a solar water heater depends on the specifics of each case. Generally, it is considered an investment that has depreciated after 3-7 years, with an average life of more than 20 years. However, energy savings of 70-100% are expected, depending on the sunlight of each region and the size of the system.
Reduction in Energy Costs
Solar energy systems require no electricity to heat water.
Reduce your Carbon Footprint
A 50% reduction in traditional (emitting) energy use means a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions. At the same time, one is conserving non-renewable fuels.
Increase the Value of your Home
Installing a solar water heater in a home has proven to add value when selling property.
How it Works
Each system has different strengths and is intended for a different use, but generally speaking, a solar water heater produces hot water from the sun during the day, while also retaining the heat during the night thanks to strong internal insulation.
In addition to having a solar water heater, there may also be the possibility of installing a split systems with forced circulation to resort to the electric heater when more energy is required. The split system uses the sun as its primary energy source and uses a resistor as a secondary source which is used to heat the water in cases of substantially reduced sunlight.
A solar water heater may also be connected to the central heating of the house via a heat exchanger to provide hot water at a very low cost.