Many people are aware that solar panels can produce
electricity for a home but they may not be aware that they
can also be a great source of hot water as well.
Our solar panels are specifically designed for the
climate here in Ireland. Our solar panels don’t
need direct sunlight, they work off natural daylight,
so they will produce up to 70% of your hot water all year round.
How our Solar Water Heating Work
The process which solar panels use to collect sunlight is fairly simple.
The panels are exposed to solar radiation and heat from the sun is collected and
transferred to a heat exchanger. This heat exchanger transfers the heat energy
into electrical energy which can be used to power your home.
As well, some of the heat can also be utilized in order to heat water for personal use.
If you have a very inefficient system, the solar panels you may need can be quite large.
This can make them unusable in some homes because they take up such a large amount of room.
Now, with more efficient solar panels, you can use a smaller panel and you can also use a more
efficient solar panel in an area where weather conditions may not be optimal.
Your Solar Panel System
If you do decide to take advantage of the lower heating and electricity costs that solar energy can bring,
you will notice that several different components will be installed.
In addition to the solar panel system itself, you will also need to have a back-up system
that runs on gas or other fuel systems in order to provide any energy needed
during particularly bad weather.
If you are interested in finding out how solar panels can help save you money
on your heating and energy bills, you need to call for more information.
This can include a quote for the cost of installing your system
and a description of how the system will work and what the benefits to you will be.
If you are interested in Free complimentary consultation, click here to fill out a form and
schedule a Free Energy Survey.
We can also be contacted at 1890 266 366 so why not call us for a Free
Home Energy Survey?