Conventional water heaters require a lot of electricity, raising energy bills considerably. So, it’s time you gave solar water heaters a try!
Not only are solar hot water systems economically feasible, but they are also environmentally sustainable. Although, replacing it with a solar option might be complicated if you have been using a conventional hot water system.
Luckily our expert plumbers can make this task a breeze. Call our experienced solar hot water specialists to find out how we can install one at your Sydney property today!
Solar Hot Water, What Are The Benefits?
As mentioned before, one of the biggest reasons to install solar hot water systems is to keep your water heating bills in check. But apart from being economically friendly, there are other benefits as well. Some of these advantages are listed below.
- Lower carbon footprint
- Efficient water heating
- Low maintenance systems
- Perfect for saving space
We suggest you contact us if you want to make the best of these advantages. For your convenience, we are available 24x7, so you can also call us in case of any plumbing emergency.
Installation Of Your New Solar Water Heater
If needed, you can ask for an “obligation-free” quote for installing solar hot water systems in Sydney. You will find that our prices are fairly reasonable and won’t break the bank. After booking an appointment, a skilled plumber will be sent to your house immediately, and the existing water heater system, pipelines, and fittings will be inspected.
To make the process transparent, you will be informed about the overall process, and the time it will take. And then, the installation work will begin. We will remove your existing hot water system, but some essential components, such as the pipes and valves, will be kept intact.
The team of experts will mount the solar collectors up on the roof and then install water storage tank and heat exchangers connected to the solar hot water panels. Then comes the exciting part, where the entire solar hot water system will be connected securely to the existing household pipelines. Before finishing up, the plumber will inspect the fittings thoroughly to ensure no leaks or loose connections.