Welcome to Homemade Solar Water Heater!
5 Steps to building your own Homemade Solar Water Heater
1. Positioning of the Tank
Find a place where you can place the solar water heater which will have a high amount of exposure to the sun’s heating rays – the roof is almost always the best place.
2. Paint it Matte Black
Make sure that the Homemade Solar Water Heater is painted a matte black. This color will increase heat retention and will maximize the absorption of the sun’s energy.
3. Make a Plywood Box for your Homemade Solar Water Heater
Build a plywood box for house and the Homemade Solar Water Heater Tank. This will ensure that the Homemade Solar Water Heater is secure. You will want to build it strong and make it the right size to accommodate the tank when it is full of water.
Use Fiberglass to insulate the inside of the box. This will ensure assist in heat retention.
You want to be sure to place the box inside glass panels which will also help trap the heat inside.
Once you have secured the plywood box and attached the Homemade Solar Water Heater Tank you can proceed to connect the plumbing fittings & pipes. The incoming cold water pipes should be connected to the bottom of the Homemade Solar Water Heater and the outgoing pipes connected from the top of the tank to the home’s regular water heating system.
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