Though the home is old, the thinking is not. These smart homeowners have just installed a 10 Kw system on their antique house in Northwood, New Hampshire and have gone solar! Tying this to their hybrid hot water system will save them even more.
Here’s how a hybrid hot water heater works. It's generally easier to move something than to make something. Putting that principle to use, HPWHs use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly. Imagine a refrigerator working in reverse. While a refrigerator removes heat from an enclosed box and expels that heat to the surrounding air, a HPWH takes the heat from surrounding air and transfers it to water in an enclosed tank. During periods of high hot water demand, HPWHs automatically switch to standard electric resistance heat (hence the term “hybrid” hot water heaters).
The professionals at Sundial Solar can explain this to you in detail, and show you how to save money, save electricity and help save the planet.
The cost savings alone are well worth the investment. And with NH state and federal solar rebates, you too can enjoy the good feeling of "going green" and saving lots of green $$$ too!
Renewable, alternative energy is the way to go! Use the sun and let us help you craft a local energy solution. Whether you own a home or business, we can help you reduce or even eliminate your energy bills.
Call Sundial Solar in Chichester, NH today for a free consultation: 603-961-0045. And please like us on Facebook at Sundial Solar. We hope to be working with you soon!