Residential Solar Water Heater

Control your energy costs

Heating water is 25% of the average home’s energy consumption. You can reduce this cost and take the first step toward personal energy independence by installing a residential solar water heater. When compared to solar panels this is a low cost way to go solar and start saving now.

 

30% Federal Tax Credit

Recently extended to 2022 but decreasing in size starting in 2019, this is a very generous tax credit that applies to both the cost of equipment and installation of a residential solar water heater. This credit currently only applies to the Sunbank 80G.

State Incentives

Many states and local utilities have incentives and rebates that will pay for another portion of your residential solar water heater installation. The California Solar Initiative (CSI) has $100M dollars in performance incentives to help persuade people to be leaders in going solar. This incentive expires in 2017. For a list of residential solar water heater incentives in your area use the database at www.dsireusa.org

Residential Solar Water Heater

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Property Appreciation

The installation of a Sunbank pays for itself instantly in the increased property value that it adds to your home. After that, it pays monthly dividends in the form of reduced gas and/or electric bills that become more valuable each year with rising energy costs.

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Sunbank Economics

As energy costs continue to rise every year, the Sunbank will save you more and more. How quickly the Sunbank will pay for itself and start to make you money depends on your local solar resources, energy prices and usage.

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Placement

In order for you to reap the rewards of the Sunbank, you need to install it in a place that has good southern exposure for the better part of the day. Many will find a weight-bearing roof to be the optimal position, but a south facing lawn or landing will also be good choices.

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Sizing

The capacity of your solar water heating system depends on your daily consumption. As a rough estimate you can look at your current storage capacity and match that with solar water heating. A Sunbank representative will help you decide how large your system should be.

How do I get started?

The first step to reducing your energy costs and environmental impact is to tell us more about your project

Our Products

Sunbank SB80G
80 Gallon Solar Water Heater

Sunbank SB40G
40 Gallon Solar Water Heater

Sunbank SHTK
Solar Hot Tub Kit

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Sunbank SB-80G

80 Gallon Solar Water Heater $2,799.00 ($1,959 after tax credit)