No savings to be made with Solarhart
Bought a Solarhart system 9 years ago and while there's no doubt the machine makes hot water, especially on hot summer days, BUT I don't believe there is any saving to be made.
When the machine was about 6 years old we had to replace the pump (pumps the cooler water to the roof panels) at a cost of about $300.
Now the equipment is 9 years old the storage tank has sprung a leak - cost of replacement almost $2000, making my capital investment total approximately $6500 - you do the maths over 9 years --- I think that's about $700 per year and re...
Very efficient unit
I purchased a 340SLV system some 4 and a half years ago. So far the system has worked without any problems. Plenty of hot water in the summer for a family of 4 with minimal use of the manual booster on cloudy or winter days. Just recently we have found that the water temperature has been down slightly even on sunny days. A quick call to Solarhart (Gold Coast) and they soon sent out a serviceman. The tempering valve was replaced and a minor water leak rectified, all under warranty. Great response, very impressed!
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