Hot Water Problems?

If you have ever had your day ruined because of hot water problems, you will understand the need to get back into hot water fast. In an emergency, our metropolitan Solahart Experts will install a small electric water heater to get you back in hot water, and if you accept our quoatation to fit a new solahart hot water system at your property the hire costs for use of our temporary hot water system is complimentary.

Our qualified tradespeople can also undertake a range of repairs and servicing including our recommended 5 yearly to all solahart hot water systems, contact us to discuss arranging a service for your system.

And remember, when your existing water heater has problems or breaks down, it is a great opportunity to switch to a solar hot water system. Not only will you get your hot water free from the sun, you will also be saving on your energy use. If, like many Australian households, you are concerned about the rising cost of electric and gas energy, Solahart’s sustainable solutions may be able to set your mind at ease. For example, did you know that the average Australian home uses up to 25% of its energy consumption providing hot water?  Reducing your energy use can be as straightforward as installing a Solahart solar water heater and/or solar power (PV) system.

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With Australia's abundant sunshine it makes great sense to get your hot water FREE from the sun. With a Solahart solar water heater you can enjoy big savings on your energy use and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions. Solahart's solar hot water systems use a range of technologies to provide efficient and cost effective solar water heating solutions for all Australian climates.

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Solahart's roof mounted tank systems save space at ground level and their elegant simplicity make them efficient and reliable. All Solahart solar hot water systems, where the tank is roof-mounted, use the Thermosiphon principle to collect heat from the sun and transfer it to your hot water.

The Thermosiphon principle is based on two naturally occurring phenomena:

 

Dark objects absorb heat

 

 and hot water rises.

Solahart solar collectors are coated with a heat-absorbent surface. This coating absorbs the energy from the suns rays and heats the fluid in the collectors. As the fluid heats, it rises to the top of the collectors and into the tank where it displaces cooler fluid which flows into the bottom of the collectors where the process is repeated.

In this way Solahart solar water heaters constantly soak up the sun's energy to maximise your energy savings. With a Solahart thermosiphon solar hot water heating system you can choose from a range of boosters including in-tank electric or in-line gas boosters to ensure you always have hot water on tap, even on cloudy days.

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Solahart's split system solar water heaters are designed to give you the maximum flexibility of installation locations. The low profile and unobtrusive Solahart solar collectors are mounted on a roof facing the equator, whilst the storage tank is mounted at ground level out of sight. The electric boosted model can even be installed inside your home. This minimises the visual impact of going solar, while maximising the potential savings from the sun.

With a Solahart solar hot water split system you can choose from a range of boosters including in-tank electric or in-line gas continuous flow boosting to ensure you always have hot water on tap even on cloudy days.

Download Our Closed Circuit Electric Boost Split System Brochure Here

Download Our Closed Circuit Gas Boost Split System Brochure Here

To find out which Solahart solar hot water heater is best for you contact your local Solahart experts for a FREE solar home assessment.