AN ENERGY SAVING SOLUTION
Have you been looking for ways to reduce your energy bill? Perhaps you can’t afford a complete Solar PV System, or maybe you don’t qualify under the new HECO permitting process. Then you should consider investing in a Solar Water Heating System. Solar Water Heaters can cut your energy bill nearly in half, and qualifies for federal and state tax credits—which can result in a significant deduction. As of 2014-2015, there is a 30% Federal Tax Credit and a 35% State Tax Credit on newly installed Solar Water Heating Systems.
Properly installed solar thermal panels are a cost-effective method of significantly reducing your energy bill. Contact the solar thermal experts at Kamaaina Plumbing to learn if solar thermal panels are a good fit for your energy needs.
SOLAR HOT WATER INSTALLATION
Learn more about how a Solar Water Heaing System works.
Contact Kama’aina Plumbing to learn more about installing a Hawaii Solar Water Heater system on your home.
WHY CHOOSE US
With over a decade of experience, you can rely on Kamaaina Plumbing & Renovations for your next project. We provide the highest quality plumbing and renovation services with a dedicated focus on customer satisfaction.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
There is a standard permitting process for any type of Solar system installation. Kamaaina Plumbing will work with you to submit all the proper paperwork to ensure your permit is approved.
Domestic hot water. This covers showers, dish washing, and clothes washing. Hot water is stored in a tank for when it is needed. An energy efficient household might use less than half of that amount.
Pool heating. This is a very easy use of solar water heating technology, and the equipment is minimal and less expensive.
Solar Water Heaters can cut your energy bill nearly in half, and qualifies for federal and state tax credits—which can result in a significant deduction. Kamaaina Plumbing & Renovations will assist you in obtaining any available tax credits and incentives.
Opening up your kitchen is very popular in today’s market. Older homes are more likely to have kitchens that are closed off from the rest of the house. Removing all or part of the walls between the kitchen the living areas can completely transform the look of your home, instantly adding re-sale value and appeal.