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Solar Hot Water

Efficiently Harness Solar Energy for Your Hot Water Needs

Experience the benefits of solar energy through Wing Solar & Wood Energy, Inc.'s Solar Hot Water Systems. Unleash the power of the sun, equivalent to over 5 billion gallons of water generated by Niagara Falls every hour, within just one hour.

Types of Solar Hot Water Systems

Discover two main types of Solar Hot Water Systems. The Passive Thermosiphon System, our preferred choice, involves no moving parts, ensuring minimal energy consumption and reduced maintenance. Additionally, enjoy up to a 30% Federal Income Tax Credit for installing this system.

The Advantages of Solar Power

Free Energy: Tap into the pure and free energy provided by the sun.

Saves Money: Realize thousands of dollars in savings over time

Preserves Our Global Resources: Reduce your carbon footprint by choosing solar power.

Increases Property Value: Potentially boost your property value by up to 10%.

Low Maintenence: Solar panels, lasting over 15 years, require minimal ongoing maintenance.

Unlock Savings and Sustainability with Our Active Solar Water Heating Systems

Take a step toward significant savings by installing a solar water heating system, as estimated by the California Energy Commission. Homeowners can save 60% - 70% on water heating costs, potentially reaching up to $750 in annual savings.

Explore the Active Solar Water Heating Systems, equipped with circulating pumps and controls, suitable for larger homes, heating pools, and spas. These systems produce hot water temperatures between 120° - 140° F.

Reliable Solar Water Heating and Efficient Home Heating with In-Floor Radiant Heat

Discover the Passive Solar Water Heating Systems, including the Batch Type (ICS) operating on in-line water pressure, and the Thermo-siphon System using gravity to move water. These systems are reliable and cost-effective for smaller-scale solar water heating, producing 60 - 80 gallons of hot water per day.

Efficiently heat your home's interior with an in-floor radiant heating system. Although installation costs are higher, the annual operating cost is approximately 30% - 40% less than conventional forced-air systems.