Last fall, we wrote about our evaluation, purchase and installation of the CanSolair Solar Max 240 solar air heater.
Solar air heaters are products which use the direct sun light to generate heat for the home, cottage or any type of building.
As they generate heat, the only form of energy they consume is a minor amount of electricity to run the internal fan to take the cool air from inside the home, push it out to the solar air heater on the south facing wall or roof, cause it to be heated within the solar air heater and then push it back now heated into the home.
And, some of these products use a small solar panel to run the internal fan.
We had many, many visitors to our site, DailyHomeRenoTips.com, throughout the publishing of this series of articles last fall.
So, we thought we would provide on one page all of the links to all of the articles. Since autumn is upon us, now is the time to be planning and ordering such units if you are hoping to have it installed before the snow comes.
And, if you have used a commercially available solar air heater, we would like to hear from your on your experiences, so do drop us a line to Dan@DailyHomeRenoTips.com.
Remember, I am not a professional contractor; I am merely an average home owner writing about our home renovation, maintenance and energy & clean water conservation experiences to help others. Do your own research and analysis as you would before you spend any money on your home.
And now, for the listing of articles in our series on Solar Air Heaters:
Suggested Articles For You:
- Solar Air Heating – Part 18 – Interior Installation Completed, Almost (1)
- Solar Air Heating – Part 19 – Installation Completed (1)
- Solar Air Heating – Part 11 – Wall Depth Does Matter (1)
- Solar Air Heating – Part 16 – Outside Installation Completed (1)
- Solar Air Heating – Part 15 – Outside Installation (1)