“You Can Easily Build Your Own Solar Water Heater and Save up to 33% Off Your Electric Bill Every Month While Helping the Environment.”
Our do-it-yourself solar water heater guide is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions and is extremely affordable!
Works in warm and cold climates
Will greatly improve your homes energy efficiency
Boost performance while reducing electricity usage
Works anywhere in the world
100% safe/legal – guaranteed!
Get set up for the cheapest, best value price.
Enjoy incredible savings on your electric bill.
Build your water heater for the lowest price. Similar water heaters cost $1000 and up!
This system can be built in as little as a weekend.
Our easy step by step guide will show you several different plans to build your very own solar water heater system. These plans are easy enough for anyone to follow and will give you the option of how you would like to set up and install your water heater. You can build an entire system for less than $70. Once installed, you will be saving up to 1/3 of your electric bill each and every month.
|Can a Water Heater Really Be Solar?|
The answer is YES, ABSOLUTELY!
|From the DIY workshop of Tom Hayden
Solar energy enthusiast
and creator of SimpleHeaters.com Hi, my name is Tom Hayden and I have been studying, building and using solar energy for over 30 years. The technology to build a solar power water heater has been made easy and affordable.As a matter of fact, solar water heaters are very popular and common around the world.
My Solar Water Heater kit is going to show you everything you need to know about building, installing and using a solar powered water heater.
If you are interested in learning exactly how to heat with solar and reduce your bill, then this is the perfect resource for you!
When used in addition to your existing water heater, a solar water heater reduces the need to artificially heat water. Simply put, the water entering your water heater is already hot.
Solar water heaters have been around for 100’s of years in the United States. The first patent for a commercial solar water heater was in 1891. In fact, Butch Cassidy’s place in Utah still has remnants of a solar water heater.