- Issue Time
- Dec 29,2018
Most households rely on non-renewable energy sources such as natural gas, heating oil or propane. Those who rely on wood or wood products (such as wood chips) to heat their homes often find that even these resources are difficult to obtain or expensive in certain areas.
If you happen to use electricity to heat your home directly, you may know that this type of heating is not optimal, such as during a winter outage.
While it may not be feasible to convert from solar energy to solar energy from most homes, there are certainly ways in which solar energy can be incorporated into your home heating master plan.
The process of heating and cooling the house accounts for nearly 60% of the total energy consumption of the average household. The diagram does not include other equipment used in the home, such as water heaters, dryers, refrigerators, freezers and televisions.
Natural gas and oil are limited resources, and eventually they will be exhausted and cannot be repaired, so it is a good idea to consider alternative heat sources before the resources are completely exhausted.
Using solar heating can help you save money, which is a big benefit for any home or business!
When we use renewable energy, we protect our environment. Solar heaters do not create any pollution or by-products that may harm the environment.
When you consider using solar energy to heat your space instead of natural gas or oil, you will be able to save money in the next few years.