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Can You Run Water Through Solar Pool Heating Panels Too Fast Causing it Not to Heat Long Enough

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This is always a good question. How fast should I run water through my solar pool heating system? Most think that running water fast through solar panels will not let them heat the water adequately. In fact, the opposite is generally true. Solar pool heating panels work most efficiently when the difference between the panel surface temperature and the pool …

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Why Our Solar Pool Heating Systems are the Best

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Okay, I have to brag a little. I truly believe we offer the best system available, and there are several reasons why. Check out the graphic below to learn more about what sets us apart. While solar panels are critical components in any solar pool heating system, it is, in fact, a system. In addition to quality workmanship and a …

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Do Solar Panels Meet Miami-Dade Hurricane Wind Requirements?

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Hurricanes and wind are frequent concerns among those seeking to install solar panels in Southwest Florida, and many people have heard about Miami-Dade hurricane wind code requirements. It stands to reason that people want solar panels installed that meet the most stringent hurricane wind building codes in the country. The concerns usually involve roof leaks and integrity of the roof …

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Should I Put Solar Panels on the Front of My House?

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Aesthetic concerns are understandable when deciding to install solar panels on your home, and especially on the front of your home. Good planning and layout, properly selected materials, and excellent workmanship can result in great looking systems anywhere on a home. Since solar panels are ubiquitous in Florida, especially solar pool heating panels, it is an accepted norm to place …

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Solar Panels for Heating My House

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I finally broke down and turned on the heat in my home as temperatures approached freezing last night in Southwest Florida. About a month from now, when electric bills start coming in unexpectedly high, Florida Solar Design Group will start getting phone calls about solar panels for space heating in homes. I’ll get out ahead of things and answer some questions …