DIY Home Made CIRCULATING Solar Water Heater

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Start Saving in 5 Steps

With the DIY Hot Water manual you are going to learn everything you need to know about installing a solar hot water system in your home. Below are just a few of the topics covered:

1 – I will teach you everything you need to know about your solar hot water system. This is the foundation, this is going to give you valuable knowledge about your system that you definitely need.

2 – Then I am going to get into detail with the solar collector and you will learn the most efficient way to build this. I have done the testing so you don’t have to. My collector design works great and looks great!

3 – Now its time to look at the heat reservoir. I will explain how you can build one of these for your home too.

4 – Then its time to mount the collector panel. This will be much easier for you with my set of instructions. This needs to be secure on your roof and I will show you how.

5 – Time to plumb everything up and experience the savings! This is where it starts to get very exciting. After just 1 hour in the sun you will notice how hot the water actually gets after it passes through your heating panel.

Water heating takes up a massive 33% of our power usage so it really makes sense to go solar. Thousands of people all over the world are using solar hot water systems and now it’s time for you to get started.

The DIY Hot Water guide is the perfect start for anybody wanting to reduce their power bill by using solar hot water. Please don’t be one of those people who constantly delay changes like this. There is no better time than right now.
Solar heaters have been proven to benefit in both hot and cold climates. The heater will still keep the water warm and will reduce your heating costs. You will notice the savings from your very first power bill.

The design of a solar water heater is very simple and with my instructions you will only need to set aside a few days to complete it. Most parts are readily available from your local hardware store and you can complete the heater for as little as $100. This is a very small price to pay when you consider the savings you get in return.

Solar water heaters are not new technology. In fact, these water heaters have been around for over 100 years.

You can use this proven technology!

When I made my first solar hot water system I did make quite a few mistakes but after learning from these mistakes I have been able to write instructions that you can easily copy.

Some instruction guides on this
topic are very unclear and I would know, I purchased them! “The key to a simple DIY project is simple instructions.”

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Comments

Egor Lisitsa says:

I made it with INPLIX handbooks, just google it 🙂

Shantay Prueeissen says:

Great to see that inplix has new instructions to save my money and energy to build it.

Patrick Shea says:

do you hook this up to your hot water heater?  if so how? thanks.

One Tree Group says:

Nice Tutorial.

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