Solar hot water heating is exactly what it sounds like – water heated by energy collected from the sun. As a free, renewable source of energy, using solar power in homes for hot water heating makes so much sense. Homeowners can make significant savings on monthly bills and can enjoy the satisfaction of creating their own source of energy at their own homes. The environment benefits from reduced carbon emissions too, because solar power is clean and renewable. Solar hot water heating systems like SunPump are highly efficient, and can easily handle all of your domestic hot water needs. However, with SunPump you get much more than a solar hot water heater. SunPump is a comprehensive home heating system that specialises in space heating just as much as domestic hot water. In other words, it heats your home itself along with your hot water needs.
Solar Hot Water And Solar Space Heating
SunPump completely replaces traditional boilers and furnaces, offering homeowners all the financial advantages of solar power both for space and hot water heating. In a breakthrough for solar heating, SunPump supplies heat 24 hours a day, both for your home and hot water. The SunPump works at night, under bad weather conditions (thick clouds and rain) and even when the panels are affected by snowfall. Overcoming these obstacles are something that most solar heating systems simply aren’t capable of. How does SunPump do it? SunPump is one of a new generation of solar heating hybrids. Solar hybrids are heating systems that combine elements of different heating systems together into one highly efficient whole. They are taking the home heating world by storm, and with good cause.
Solar Hybrids For Home And Hot Water Heating
Solar hybrids are changing how we think about solar heating. Figuring out heating at night and in bad weather has held solar back in the past, because the technology was obviously dependent on sunlight to function efficiently. Solar hybrids change everything. With SunPump, elements of a heat pump hot water heater have been integrated into the system seamlessly. Heat pumps work like refrigerations running in reverse, transferring heat from outside your home to inside. They do this using a liquid refrigerant that moves heat around from one place to the next. In a SunPump, this liquid refrigerant is pumped directly through the solar thermal panels themselves. This increases efficiency for both halves of the system. However, it also means that late at night or in very bad weather, the heat pump side of the system can pick up any slack that the solar panels might struggle to deal with. The result is a primary heating system, which means that you do not need any other source of heat to comfortably heat you home and hot water 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
At SunPump, we believe that the best way to improve the environment is to create an environmentally friendly heating system that is also the most financially attractive heating system. The SunPump achieves both of these goals. It can entirely replace t raditional, outdated home and hot water heating systems with a high-efficiency, renewable energy system. SunPump also offers homeowners fantastic opportunities for savings on monthly bills. It’s a win-win scenario that is exciting homeowners and environmental enthusiasts allover North America.