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How To Build A Solar Collector For Your Homes Hot Water Heating Needs.

For anyone with a do it yourself attitude some power tools and a little spare time deciding to build a solar collector hot water system could be a very beneficial investment. This type of solar heater harnesses the energy from the sun and uses it to provide your family and friends with nice toasty hot water for your showers and baths. When you build a solar collector it is very important to get the cheapest parts possible. The main component of your hot water heating system since you are going to build a solar collector is the solar collector itself. You can build a solar collector for a very reasonable price if the parts are obtained by the right means.

The main piece that you need when you build a solar collector is the hot water tank and this is potentially one of the cheapest items you will obtain or one of the most expensive. The best way to obtain this item is by scavenging through the local scrap yard. For an area with a very warm climate and lots of direct sunlight just painting the hot water tank black and connecting it to your hot water line would be all it would take to build a solar collector heat system. When you build a solar collector in a cooler climate the system must be more elaborate than just painting a hot water tank black and plugging it in.

A more effective system is the coiled hot water heating method. In this system water is heated by coils of copper piping that is inside insulated boxes outside. The sunlight heats up the pipes and the insulation holds the heat in, reflectors can also be added in for an even more effective system. Anyone who decides to build a solar collector heating system is deciding to lower their heating bill for pennies on the dollar.

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