3 Key Benefits of a Guardian Solar Water Heating System

In Residential Solar, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

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Traditional domestic water heaters use either electricity or natural gas to heat the water you need for cleaning, bathing, and general use. Depending on where you live and the price you pay for electricity or gas, using a traditional water heater can cost as much as $1,000 per year.

Guardian solar water heaters use thermal energy harvested from the sun, instead. This method of heating water provides a host of benefits, and in this post, we’re exploring three of the most significant ones.

#1: Reduced Carbon Emissions

Whether your existing water heater uses electricity or natural gas, both methods result in comparatively significant amounts of carbon emissions released into the environment.

A Guardian solar water heater doesn’t rely on either gas or electricity for primary water heating; it uses the sun! This means you get hot water without the added carbon emissions.

#2: Increased Reliability

While it’s true that many traditional domestic water heaters don’t require much maintenance, they don’t hold a candle to the reliability of a Guardian system.

Guardian solar water heaters perform longer with increased maintenance intervals, resulting in a lower total cost of ownership for the consumer.

#3: Three Formats to Suit Your Needs

Guardian domestic solar water heaters come in three formats: Direct, Indirect, and Drainback. Each of these formats has unique features and benefits that will suit your unique needs.

So, which one is right for you? The LeverEdge knows! Contact us today and we will put you in touch with a dealer near you who can explain all of your options and answer all your questions.

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