Case Study : Old Solahart hot water system not getting solar gain from the sun
Mrs Hines from Collaroy Plateau on Sydney’s Northern Beaches had an old Solahart Loline solar hot water installed but it was no longer getting solar gain from the sun. Read our article about how solar hot water works »
We tested the old hot water system and found there to be a faulty solar roof sensor. We quickly replaced the sensor with a brand new one and the system was functioning normally again.
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The benefits of making the solar hot water switch
In Australia, with our temperate climate and sunny weather, it makes sense to utilise what Mother Nature provides free of charge to heat your hot water. By using solar energy, you pay less than a conventional electric or gas hot water system. Not only is that more money in your pocket, but significantly reduces your global impact and greenhouse emissions. It’s a win-win on all accounts!
Helpful articles about solar hot water
- How reliable is solar hot water? Should I switch to solar?
- How does solar hot water work?
- Types of solar hot water heaters
- Switching to solar – Small Scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
- Drastically reduce your carbon footprint
- Why you should switch to solar hot water
Do you have a faulty solar hot water heater?
Solar hot water is our business – it’s not a sideline like other companies! We are authorised installers and repair technicians for all the solar hot water heater brands including Solahart, Rheem, Edwards, Apricus, Quantum and many more. Our solar systems are competitively priced because we purchase large quantities direct from the manufacturers – a saving we can pass on to our customers.
Our licensed hot water plumbers service all Sydney suburbs, the Northern Beaches and Central Coast.