Reducing Your Carbon Footprint
If you are interested in reducing your energy cost through the use of solar, you should first look to our services of tightening the homes thermal envelope through air sealing, proper insulation, tight and properly sized ducting and then install the most energy efficient heating and cooling system you can afford.
“It’s Cheaper to Save a WATT than to Produce a WATT!”
Solar Hot Water
Solar hot water is typically the first step you take after you have completed proper air sealing, insulating, and have purchased a high efficiency unit. You want to complete those prior to solar, so that you are able to get your kilowatt usage down and you will not have to spend as much on solar panels.
Energy Savers of Florida offers the latest in technology in solar water heating systems. This type of unit is very reliable, long lasting, low maintenance, and very cost effective.
Some of the benefits of going to solar hot water are:
- Let the sun heat the water for you
- Save money on your energy bill
- Become more energy independent
- Reduce your environmental footprint
- Solar is reliable year round
Government Tax Credits Make Solar Affordable:
The U.S. federal government has tax credits that will cover 30% of the cost of the system. Also, your local utility company and state government tend to have rebate programs that help pay for solar.
Call to have your home assessed for a solar hot water system & start saving money & energy today!
Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) is typically the last step you take to becoming fully energy independent. Addressing the energy efficiency of your home and adding a solar hot water system should be completed first before proceeding with a solar photovoltaic (PV) system.
A solar photovoltaic (PV) system can help you reduce or eliminate your electricity needs. Energy Savers of Florida offers the latest in technology in solar photovoltaic systems. This type of unit is very reliable, long lasting, and low maintenance.
Solar panels is one way that the suns energy can be converted into electricity, but new technologies such as solar shingles or films are also available.
Solar Systems Costs
Solar photovoltaic systems can be somewhat expensive, but the benefits of not having to pay your utility company, investing in your homes energy independence, and reducing your environment footprint are well worth the investment. The U.S. federal government has come up with tax credits to help offset the cost that will cover 30% of the total system. Also, your local utility company and state government tend to have rebate programs that help pay for some of the solar system.