Energy Smart Solar Solutions And Services


Energy Smart Solar Solutions And Services

Nowadays, many residential and commercial establishment owners are considering to have solar power system installed in their establishments as an alternative power source. The shift to solar power is primarily because of the benefits of solar power on energy savings and more importantly, on helping our planet from the harmful effects of global warming.

The increasing demand by both residential and commercial establishment owners on solar power systems, because of its apparent benefits, lead to the increase of solar contractors as well. In Broward, West Palm Beach, and Miami Dade County, one of the most trusted solar contractors providing professional solar power services is Energy Smart Solar.

Energy Smart Solar is a family business that has many years of experience in solar solutions and we’ve been lucky enough to learn a thing or two over those years. We’ve worked hard to make sure that our staff is knowledgeable in the most up-to- date solar technologies to fulfill all of your solar needs. Our staff have worked with everything that’s out there. So, rest assured, we have the knowledge to service even the toughest solar solutions.

Energy Smart Solar is a solar power contractor servicing commercial and residential establishments in South Florida like Broward, West Palm Beach, and Miami Dade County. Our solar power services include installation, repair and maintenance of solar PV systems, solar water heaters, radiant or thermal barriers, solar pool heating, salt chlorination systems and more.

If you would like to reduce or elimate your energy bill then, Energy Smart Solar is the company to go with. We are pleased to service the areas of Broward, West Palm Beach, and Miami Dade County. For further details regarding the solar system services we offer such as, PV solar water heaters, radiant or thermal barriers, solar pool heating and more, call us today at (954) 228 4902.

Below is a list of the services that are performed by our in-house professionals:

  • Engineering (site specific and stamped by our PE)
  • Permit application and procurement of equipment
  • Installation by our own crews
  • Assist customers with Net Meter application
  • Set up system monitoring for customer
  • Warranty services
  • Proprietary online portal for homeowners to track their project and see all records for their solar project. This can be accessible anytime and is a secure means for you to keep your records for future access. Very important, because solar becomes part of your house.
  • Expert Installation

    We’ve also got a skilled set of installers who are knowledgeable about solar solutions.

  • Free Site Surveys and Estimates

    We will work around your schedule to provide free site surveys and estimates

  • Maintenance and Repair

    If your home already has a solar system and you’re not sure if it’s working properly, then we may be able to help. We can help you restore or increase your savings with minor adjustments. Just give us a call.

Solar water heaters

Also called solar domestic hot water systems — are a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. They are extremely efficient, and the fuel they use — sunshine — is free.

Solar water heating uses the sun as the energy source to heat a home’s water. Solar water heating systems include; solar collectors, storage tanks and circulation pumps. The solar collector absorbs the heat from the sun and the pump circulates the water between the collector and the tank. These systems work well in Florida where there is an abundance of sunshine…free energy!

Thermal/Radiant barriers

An inexpensive way to keep your attics cool. Radiant barriers are installed inside the attic and block 97% of the heat radiating from the roof to your AC ducts.

Effectively, radiant barriers keep the heat beating down on your roof from reaching your ceilings. They make your home more comfortable and reduce the work on your air conditioner.

Solar Pool Heating

You can significantly reduce swimming pool heating costs with a solar pool heater. Solar pool heating is the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to heat your pool. Most solar pool heating systems include an array of solar collector panels, pump, and a flow control valve. The solar collector panels, which are mounted on the roof, absorb the sun’s energy to heat the pool water which is circulated through the solar panels. The automatic flow control valve is thermostatically controlled for your comfort.

Salt Chlorinators

As part of our “Go Green” initiatives with environmentally friendly products, we also offer salt chlorination systems. The benefits of salt systems in pools are the convenience and the constant delivery of pure chlorine-based sanitizer. Salt chlorinators can lengthen the pool resurfacing cycle, thus increasing the home owner’s savings.

Salt chlorine generator (also known as a salt system or a salt chlorinator) is a swimming pool chlorination system that creates chlorine from sodium chloride (salt). The salt generator uses electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt (NaCl) to produce hypochlorous acid (HClO) and sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), which are the sanitizing agents that are commonly used in swimming pools. With a salt chlorinators, there is no more direct addition of chlorine, so there’s no more mixing and pouring of dangerous liquid chlorine or tablets. The pool resurface cycle is lengthened significantly.

Photovoltaic Array (PV)

Also called photovoltaic panels, it is a system that converts energy from sunlight into electrical energy to power your home. The main components include an array of photo voltaic panels, power conditioning equipment, power converters, also known as inverters, and a racking system that supports the panels.

A PV array is an interconnected collection of appropriately sized solar panels. PV arrays use an inverter to convert the direct current (DC) produced by the PV panels into alternating current (AC). Grid connected PV systems can also return unused power to the electric grid for credit to the homeowner’s account. If the PV system is installed in areas with high levels of sunlight and is appropriately engineered, some homes can be considered off-grid as they may have no power demands from the public grid (utility company).