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As the cost of residential electricity continues to climb each year, more homeowners are considering different alternative forms of residential solar energy Florida. Since 2009, solar energy installations have increased by 50%! In addition, the 30% federal tax credit has also created an intense boom in the residential solar installations. Call us @ 1-800-511-0184. For more detail visit @ http://www.pssolarsystems.com/

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Types Of Residential Solar Energy Florida

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As the cost of residential electricity continues to climb each year, more homeowners are considering different alternative forms of residential solar energy Florida . Since 2009, solar energy installations have increased by 50%! In addition, the 30% federal tax credit has also created an intense boom in the residential solar installations. If you’re a homeowner who’s seriously considering harnessing the power of the sun, it pays heed to learn the following types of residential solar energy Florida:

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Solar Photovoltaics or Solar Panels This is what most people think of when they consider alternate energy sources. Residential solar panels are installed by trained and qualified solar installers. The solar panels are affixed to the roof of your home or garage or anywhere on your property, depending on shading and space requirements. Solar Water Heating This is perhaps the most economical way of implementing residential solar energy Florida . Since most household energy is used for laundry, dishwashing and showering, using the sun to heat up your water is a great way to save money. Solar heaters don’t make electricity. They collect the sun’s heat and store it within a tank for later use. The water within becomes very hot, rising 10 degrees with each hour of sunlight exposure. This type of system is also easy to install and is done so by a professional with plumbing experience. You may use solar water heating to heat your spa or pool.

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Solar Hot Air Collector This is another simple albeit practical way of using solar energy in your home. A collector is made from a thin piece of metal which is painted black. It is fastened to the outside of your home. Air is dispersed through it via a fan. This is an excellent way of heating your home during the cold season. Solar Energy for Cooling In this form, a solar fan is installed in the attic. It is inexpensive, easy to install and require zero energy to operate. It is capable of significantly reducing air conditioning costs to cool your home during the sweltering summer months. Solar attic fans can lower temperatures around 10 degrees or more.

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Solar Energy for Lighting Solar lights have a simple installation process and are fairly inexpensive. This is a good way to get your feet wet with solar power. There are several types of solar lighting such as for your pool, garden, security enhancing, etc. This form of lighting is unique because no wires are required and can be installed in remote areas that have no power sources. To learn more about different types of residential solar energy Florida , get in touch with P S Solar Systems.

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