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Solar Thermal & Pool Heating Systems in Florida

Solar thermal and pool heating systems are a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. As the original solar battery (if you will), solar water heating is not only a smart investment, it's the truest form of energy security. When deciding between heat pumps and solar water heaters in Florida, it is important to consider several factors. While heat pumps can be effective in certain situations, solar collectors are the more reliable and efficient choice. This is because solar energy is abundant in Florida, making it a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option. Additionally, solar water heaters require little maintenance and have a long lifespan. Heat pumps, on the other hand, are expensive to install/replace and maintain, and their efficiency is dependent on air temperatures. Overall, if you are looking for a reliable and efficient option for your Florida home, solar water heaters are the way to go.

Solar Water & Pool Heating 

We provide the following quality solutions for your solar water heating needs in Florida:

  • Solar Water Heating The best way to reduce your electricity costs and still maintain comfort levels in Florida.
  • Solar Pool Heating: Even in Florida, heating a pool can be a requirement. Many owners and guests look forward to a warm pool, and a cold pool can put a damper on a vacation. Heating a pool with electricity or gas is prohibitively expensive, costing as much as $2,000 a month
  • Solar Pool Pump: If you have a pool, running the pump can be your biggest expense. A solar-powered pool pump can remove this.

Florida Solar Applications

Whether you are an architect or engineer, a homeowner, or running a business, we have the right solar hot water solution for you.

AET Solar proudly serves the following sectors:

Cooling Down Your Florida Garage: Tips and Tricks

Florida's summer heat can make a garage feel like a sauna, with temperatures regularly exceeding 100°F. This is due to three factors that converge every hot afternoon. Firstly, garages are not considered a conditioned living space, so homebuilders are not required to install insulation in the walls or ceiling. Secondly, the sun's heat penetrates the exterior walls of the garage, while heat trapped in the attic radiates downward. Finally, many garages lack a ventilation system or even a window, making them feel more like hotboxes. Fortunately, there are several strategies you can employ to lower the temperature, but one that we are hearing a lot of lately is installing a heat pump in your garage!

Heat pump water heaters are designed to take heat from the air and transfer it to the water. This process also cools and dehumidifies the air year round, which is similar to how an air conditioner works. However, its not  practical to rely on a heat pump water heater for impactful cooling purposes, as it is primarily designed for heating water. If conditioning of a garage is desired the better decision is to bank the additional saving a Solar Water heater provides over a heat pump water heater and insulate the garage while adding a small dehumidifying unit, this solution will provide impactful improvement to both household finances and the trek from your vehicle to the conditioned comfort of the home.

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