The average household uses 64 gallons of hot water per day for dishwashing, laundry, showers and other routine tasks. Heating all that water requires energy, which in turn costs money. However, if you harness the sun to generate hot water instead of relying solely on conventional means, you can benefit in many ways:
*Final rebate amount will be based on the estimated savings as calculated by your contractor. Also check with your tax advisor to see if you qualify for the tax credit.
- Reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a healthier environment.
- Save energy and reduce your monthly water heating costs by 50-80 percent.
- Get money back on the installation in two ways—a PG&E rebate of up to $2,719 and a federal tax credit of 30 percent.*
- Invest in a low maintenance, reliable technology that provides hot water around the clock.