Solar Sun Surfer is the local green solution to your energy problems.
With locations over California including Alameda County, we specialize in recommended solar installations with a diverse range of options including commercial and residential setups, solar water heaters, and solar pool heating.
Alameda has an enthusiastic solar oriented market owing to the warm California climate and the green-themed policies sponsored by the state government and various other investors.
If ever there was an optimal environment to do the solar services installations regardless of what it is, then Alameda would be the place to do it.
Solar Sun Surfer handles net metering for its residential and commercial customers that would like to reduce their utility bills as much as possible.
It enables customers who generate solar power, in effect; sell the electricity they are not using back into the grid.
Several states have already come up with and passed net metering legislation, including California.
The differences between regulatory decisions, policies of implementation, and state legislation all contribute to the differences when it comes to compensating solar customers, and that is why Alameda is an excellent option to do this.
The city of CA has one of the most friendly legislation and policy setup in this regard, considering the infrastructure and the orientation of the local market.
If a residential or commercial enterprise is net metered, then you will notice the electricity meter will run in the opposite direction to provide a credit against what electricity from the standard utility grid is consumed at night or other times when the sun is out, so the consumption exceeds the solar output.
The client would only be billed for their net energy use.
At present, there is more solar energy which is going to heating swimming pools as opposed to other use.
Customer demand has initiated a thriving industry, and it currently spans a large part of the nation.
The solar alternative provides several benefits for the current and potential pool owners.
For the pool owners that are looking to avoid the increasing utility costs and the ones that would prefer an environmentally responsible option, this is a good trade-off.
It is a tradeoff because solar pool heaters are costly to buy and install as compared to the usual pool heaters.
Solar pool heaters courtesy of Solar Sun Surfer come with an array of solar panels with specialized, predesigned channels.
The panels absorb the heat from the sun, and this is transferred to the pool water which comes into the channels and redirected to the rest of the pool area, thereby maintaining a constant temperature.
There are active filters built in the collector before the water gets to the panels.
Its task is to sift debris and particles from the water before it reaches the panels to prevent damage or clogging. So you can imagine being able to warm the pool any day of the year at zero cost and without leaving a carbon footprint.
The solar pool heating system can also be set in a manner to reduce temperatures of the pool should it be too hot.
There are warm nights during the year that require cold water temperatures for optimal relaxation.
Solar pool covers are the most cost-effective options for pool heating. They come in customizable designs to fit the size and shape of the pool.
Several of them are automatic and allow the individual to cover and uncover the pool through button control.
These are made of unique insulated material which absorbs the heat from the sun and then transfers it to the pool.
That material also assists with the minimization of heat loss in the evening, thus reducing the time taken for the sun to warm the pool.
Water heaters generally consume a lot of energy regularly.
Solar Sun Surfer is offering the option of reducing the overhead by providing solar water heater systems.
They consume up to 98 percent less energy compared to the standard water heaters.
The best thing is the installation of these water heater systems is quite efficient. There are no additional electric based connections which are needed to facilitate water heating through this heater.
The tradeoff is the cost required for purchase and installation, though, but it is worth the endeavor.
You will reap the benefits of the reduced energy expenditure when the utility bills start coming in. It may take some time, but within two years, it is possible to have regained the cost of setting up the system.
You may also get faster water heating in half the time as compared to the wait time with conventional water heaters.
A quarter of the total monthly energy expenses usually come from the use of water heaters at home.
For this to be circumvented despite a sizeable initial investment is worth the effort.
The other benefit from the solar water heaters courtesy of Solar Sun Surfer is they are not just easy to use but also do not have a carbon footprint.
The company also facilitates repairs done to damage to the equipment in the duration of the warranty as per the agreement.
Thus depending on where you are located, it is possible to save from 50 to 90 percent of the water heating bill, and that means 50 to 90 percent of the energy consumed to come up with heating for the water.
At the same time, you will also have access to professional service and an eager customer care department, which can answer queries and urgent requests at any time.
Solar Sun Surfer takes on both residential and commercial customers within the Alameda market.
Solar panel installation, in either case, is done on the roof or the ground. The panels are tilted at 34%, which is the designated optimal angle for California to attain the most solar energy.
We also provide a solar tracker that will assist in tracking minute solar movements in the day to optimize energy production for both residential and commercial systems.
To learn more about solar services and products, visit our office today and our staff are more than happy to accommodate you. Get quality solar only here at Solar Sun Surfer!
Alameda County is the 7th most populous country in the state of California. Alameda in Spanish means either “grove of poplars” or “a tree-lined street”, a name originally used to describe the Arroyo de la Alameda.
The willow and sycamore trees along the banks of the river reminded the early Spanish explorers of a road lined with trees.
Tourists to Alameda can explore the USS Hornet and learned about its role in the Apollo missions. You can also the sun and beach at the Crown Memorial State Beach or immerse in the culture of the location in one of its historical museums.