Solar Power Hot Water

Solar Power Hot Water

aph heating solar hot water systems use’s heat from the sun…

to work alongside a conventional water heater. The technology is well developed with a large choice of equipment to suit many applications.

We at aph heating have been trained to install solar heating by one of the worlds best manufactures with our free advices on the design and planning permission you can be sure any work carried out will meet and exceed your requirements.

How it works

The earth receives more energy from the sun in one hour than people in the entire world use in a year. Thermal solar energy works by harnessing this natural energy and converting it into hot water for your home.

Aph heating install solar panels on your roof, connected to copper tubes which the solar fluid is pumped through. A high-tech absorber panel is heated by the sun, which in turn heats the fluid in the pipes.

The fluid travels to a thermally insulated hot water cylinder, for your home hot water. Inside the coils heat the water by transferring energy from the fluid heated through your solar panels. The now-cooled solar fluid returns to the panels through the pipes to be heated up again.

Benefits of solar hot water

Solar energy is one of the best sources of renewable, eco-friendly energy available. Once installed, aph heating solar panels cut the carbon emissions of your home by up to 645kg per year and typically reduce your yearly hot water costs by 50-65%. Even in less sunny weather it helps to warm the water, giving your Boiler less work to do.
aph heating solar panels aren’t just a fantastic way to bring down your carbon footprint; they’re also a great investment, providing enough free hot water to significantly reduce your heating bills, putting other systems firmly in the shade.

Is my property suitable for solar hot water?

Preferably you will need 3-4m2 of southeast to southwest facing roof receiving direct sunlight for the main part of the day.
Planning permission for solar panels has been eased significantly to find out more in planning for your solar hot water please Vistit www.energysavingtrust.org.uk

Is my property suitable for solar hot water?

Preferably you will need 3-4m2 of southeast to southwest facing roof receiving direct sunlight for the main part of the day.
Planning permission for solar panels has been eased significantly to find out more in planning for your solar hot water please Vistit www.energysavingtrust.org.uk