|Solar Hot Water
Now you can truly relax in a hot shower, knowing that the
energy you use is doing more than keeping you and your family
clean, it’s keeping the environment clean, too
Heating water using thermal solar energy is the
most cost-saving, planet-caring way for a
homeowner to generate and store hot water. Any
home, hotel, restaurant, gym, salon, spa, laundry
large heated water needs will tell you that their
related energy bills are among the most
staggering costs they face. No matter what your
home or business’s heated water demands, we
can install a system that will lower your costs and
reduce your burden on the environment.
Solar hot water system is over 5 times more efficient at capturing the sun's energy
- Cleanest, safest and quietest source of energy.
- Solar energy does not produce any greenhouse emissions.
- Lowest operational costs. (energy is free from the sun)
- Lowest maintenance costs. (minimal)
- Longer lifespan due to fewer moving parts and no corrosion.
Solar Energy Haus is committed to improving the environment with clean, renewable energy. Solar Water Heating directly
In the United States most power plants utilize fossil fuels to produce electricity. Fossil fuels such as natural gas and oil
come from the remains of plants and animals that have stored energy from the sun and have been buried in thousands
of years worth of layers underneath the Earth's surface. The burning of these materials can drive large turbines that
generate electric power. At the same time, the burning of fossil fuels releases "greenhouse gases" into the Earth's
atmosphere. Greenhouse gases include carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases.
The emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere has led to an average increase in the temperature of the Earth's
surface and oceans. This rise in temperature has paralleled the development of the industrial world and has steadily
increased since the middle of the twentieth century. This effect is known as "global warming."
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 39% of energy consumed in America is used to generate
electricity. A growing understanding of global warming is leading many utilities across America to incorporate clean,
renewable energy sources such as solar into their infrastructures. Since solar energy does not use fuel combustion to
generate power, solar energy does not contribute to global warming and is therefore an environmental-friendly power