Solar Hot Water

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Hot water systems can account for up to 30% of household energy consumption, so it’s important to select an efficient system that will deliver hot water at minimum energy consumption. Rheem solar hot water systems are efficient products that can deliver hot water with minimum energy consumption.

When choosing which solar hot water system is right for you, some things to consider include:

  • System Size – how many people in your household, the size of your home and your hot water usage.
  • Price – what is your budget?
  • Space available – do I have enough space on the roof to orient the panels in the right direction
  • Installation practicality – roof access, or if a 2-story home and you need a split system, where will the tank go on the ground?
  • SolarBright will listen to your needs, assess your home and into take into account these factors before recommending a Rheem solar hot water system that suits you.

Rheem Roof Mounted Solar Hot Water Heaters

A range of quality Solar Hot water heaters, from Australia’s leading name in Hot Water, Rheem.

Rheem Ground Mounted Solar Hot Water Heaters

Rheems range of quality Ground Mounted, Solar Hot Water heaters, for households of all sizes.

Rheem Heat Pump Hot Water Heaters

An affordable step towards Solar Hot Water, perfect for upgrading from an electric system

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HOW DOES SOLAR HOT WATER WORK?

Solar water heaters work by absorbing energy from the sun’s rays in the roof mounted solar collectors and transferring this to heat water stored in the tank.

Ground mounted direct systems rely on an inbuilt circulator to push the water through the system, whereas roof mounted systems rely on a natural ‘thermosiphon’ effect.

Water passes through the solar collector where it is heated, then moves out of the collector and into the tank. The tank gradually gets hotter until the water reaches its maximum stored temperature.

WHY INSTALL SOLAR HOT WATER

Rheem solar hot water is an energy efficient way to provide hot water for your family and can use up to 70% less energy than a standard electric hot water heater, saving you money.

Solar hot water is great for the environment with a solar hot water saving up to 2.9 tonnes of green house gas emissions every year.

By installing solar hot water you protect yourself against future energy cost increases.

Take advantage of Australia’s abundant supply of sunlight and install Rheem solar hot water, reducing your reliance on expensive, non-renewable gas and electricity.

Solar Hot Water FAQ

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