Are you tired of doing laundry, taking a shower or using your dishwasher and running out of hot water? Ready to lower your monthly energy bill and store more hot water in the process? NC Solar Now suggests installing a solar hot water heater in your Wake Forest, NC home.

Reap the Benefits of Solar Hot Water for Your Property

Why are homeowners across the Triangle area so eager to install solar hot water heaters in their homes? A Wake Forest solar hot water system from NC Solar Now can allow you to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Lowered monthly energy bills. By utilizing sunlight to heat your home’s water, you can save up to 50% on your monthly energy bill.
  • Increased home value.A recent study by the Appraisal Institute found that individuals are willing to pay more for homes that feature solar hot water heaters.
  • Owning energy versus renting it. Sunlight is free and limitless, plus when you use it, you don’t harm the environment. What could be better?
  • Increased amount of hot water. When you use a solar system to heat your home’s water, you get twice as much hot water for 85% less money.
  • Fast return on investment.

Steps We Follow When Installing a Solar Hot Water System in Wake Forest

So, how exactly does the solar water heater installation process work? NC Solar Now follows these steps when installing a solar water system in Wake Forest:

  1. Install solar collectors on your home’s roof.
  2. Install a solar storage tank next to your conventional hot water heater.
  3. The solar collectors absorb energy from the sun and circulate heated fluid through the solar storage tank.
  4. The solar storage tank converts the heat to the conventional hot water tank.

Contact our Wake Forest solar hot water experts today at (919) 833-9096 with any questions you may have or to receive a free estimate on any of our services. We look forward to working with you!

In addition to Wake Forest, NC Solar Now has experience installing solar hot water systems in Apex, Cary, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Chapel Hill, Wilmington, Morehead City, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham and Winston-Salem homes.