What Makes Commercial Solar Water Heaters Viable Alternative to Commercial Buildings?

by Latitude51 Solar Supplier Of Solar Water Heaters

Heating a commercial building is a viable project than residential buildings. Generally, commercial buildings have much larger roof areas that can be used to place collectors and provide some form of in-floor heating.

However, commercial premises may not be heated at the same temperature like your home. More often it doesn’t really matter whether the building is little cooler at night. Using commercial solar water heaters allows you take advantage of lucrative tax benefits. They enable businesses to write down the equipment capital cost much faster than other heating systems available.

Usually, commercial solar water heating systems are important investment for companies or organizations that use hot water or industrial heating. They get benefitted from the lucrative savings and returns accredited from USA government, grants and taxi credits. Therefore, the paybacks can be as low as two to three years.

Canadian government has been providing accelerated taxi savings to help and encourage companies to invest in commercial solar water heaters. Without any government accredited incentives and tax benefits, Caribbean based businesses get excellent returns from their investment on commercial solar water heaters.

Whether businesses prefer going green or building good will, solar water heater is an ideal alternative as it can strengthen branding. According to different studies done till today, it shows that customers are more concerned about going green and love to deal with companies focusing on environmental impact. Investing in commercial solar water heaters, signs customers visually that they really care and consider them as their overall business marketing strategy.

Now you understand the significance of using solar water heating kits in commercial buildings. Keep in mind that, solar water heaters are the systems that offer the best returns on investment. Solar evacuated tube water heaters produce water for your business buildings for free of charge for more years to come.

Typically, the size of a residential system is limited by the less demand of hot water at home. But commercial solar water heating systems are different than them. Moreover, the heat amount used for commercial applications is so large that you won’t have any problem with dumping heat.

Only 20% to 60% of total hot water will be provided by solar systems. It means, the solar systems works more efficiently by using solar heat being produced. Remember that, commercial systems work more or less the same like residential systems; except they are much larger in scale.

Investing in a solar water heating kit seems like buying a piece of machinery for your business. If you want to maximize your business revenue and you get that from equipment, obviously you want it to be in top working condition as possible. There’s no point of buying it, especially if it works only for a couple of hours a day.

The same goes to solar powered systems. If the heat demand at your business is large, the solar system will supply free heat from morning to night continuously. Like any equipment at your commercial building, a solar water heater is an asset and can be written off.

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This article is written by Latitude51 Solar, specializes in providing residential and commercial solar water heaters ensuring optimal performance and efficiency for both residential and commercial applications.

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