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Solar Water Heaters in Naples, FL

Florida receives the fifth most sun of any state in the U.S., and we nabbed the nickname “The Sunshine State” before any of those others could claim it! We definitely live up to the name, with sunny days more than two-thirds of the year. And where there’s copious sunshine, there is ample opportunity to take advantage of the fastest growing renewable energy source in the world: solar power! With more homes every year in Naples, FL and throughout Central and Southwest Florida switching to solar energy systems for part of their power needs, many people want to know where they should start when it comes to residential solar energy.

Our suggestion is a solar water heater, and we’ll explain why below. But you can just skip ahead and call Bruno Total Home Performance to speak to our technicians to learn about the benefits of going solar. We’re at the edge of the best in technology and practices in the industry, and it’s our goal to add value to all of our customer relationships.

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The Benefits of a Solar Hot Water Heater

The energy coming from the sun cost nothing. Zip. Zero dollars and zero cents. Most solar energy systems do require some electrical power to run, but otherwise they are about as cost–free as you’ll find for an appliance. A solar water heater is a good way to start exploring the possibilities of using solar energy because it’s a smaller installation than many other types of solar power systems, using only a small amount of space on the roof for the photovoltaic (PV) panels. It also serves a useful function (every home needs hot water around the year) and can save large amounts of energy. In fact, a water heater can account for 40% of home’s energy use, so this is a great place to save using solar power.

Finding the Right Type of Solar Water Heater

There are two basic solar water heater designs, active and passive. An active water heater uses a circulatory pump to move water from the solar collector on the roof, where it is heated, down into the water storage tank. A passive water heater doesn’t use a pump, but instead circulates water through the natural rise and fall of water as it heats up and cools down. A passive water heater uses less energy than an active one, but it can also be less effective. You can depend on our skilled solar water heater professionals to find which type and size of system will work for your house and deliver the amount of hot water necessary for your household.

Don’t Hesitate to Call Us for Solar Water Heating Services in Naples, FL

We understand that people are often hesitant when it comes to making the first steps into the world of solar energy for their homes. At Bruno Total Home Performance, we want to make those first steps easy for you, and we’re committed to providing customer service that will make the experience great from the moment it starts. Our customer–focused approach and thorough service training at Bruno University set us apart from the competition. Contact us in Naples, FL today and let us guide you toward the benefits of using the sun’s power for your hot water needs.