Solar Hot Water Prices
For the average Australian household, electric and gas bills just continue to rise. To make significant savings, reduce your overall energy consumption, and cut your carbon footprint, upgrading to a solar solution just makes sense. A well chosen solar hot water system may cost more to begin with, but they can be significantly cheaper to run than a conventional electric or gas system. As a leader in the solar industry, who better to turn to than Solahart to get that expert advice on all things solar. Solahart offer a free, no obligation solar assessment on your home. They'll help you determine the best solar solution, be that solar hot water or solar power (PV), given your particular energy and hot water consumption patterns.
In Australia and worldwide, the Solahart name is synonymous with solar energy. We were the pioneers of harnessing the sun’s power for the benefit of consumers and business in Australia. Since releasing our first unit in solar system in 1953, we’ve gone on to install over 1 million in more than 70 countries. We've been so success because Solahart offer more than just solar hot water prices. We provide a complete service, from determining your needs and recommending the best solution, to expert installation, and of course providing a competitive price. We also ensure you get the maximum benefit from the available government rebates and solar incentives.
Roof Top Solar System
If you have ample free roof space, then you are perfectly placed for solar options. Our roof top systems for example, work by mounting the solar panels and storage tank together on the roof. The collectors draw the sun’s energy into fluid in the solar collectors, then the heated fluid circulates the adjacent storage tank.
Split Solar System
If you have limited roof space or you prefer a more streamline look, then a split system solar water heater may be the best solution. Whilst the solar panels are mounted on the roof, the storage tank is located at ground level.
Heat Pump System
If your home has limited roof space or roof shading issues, a heat pump may be a better option. Heat Pumps have the advantage of being able to operate when the sun is not shining (by drawing heat from the surrounding air rather than directly from the sun), enabling them to operate day and night regardless of the weather.
To better understand your solar needs whether solar hot water or solar power, schedule a free solar assessment with your local Solahart Expert. Call 1300 721 984 to request your free solar assessment for your home. Or, simply complete the form below and Solahart will contact you.