- Passive solar heat collection
devices include: greenhouses, sunrooms, skylights, windows, trombe
walls, solar wood kilns, solar grain dryers, solar dehydrators,
and solar hot air collectors.
- These structures, or simply
areas of glazing (windows, etc.), are oriented within 45º of true south
and are covered with a glazing material. Inexpensive and virtually
unbreakable polycarbonate is an excellent glazing material to use.
Polycarbonate is easy to install and has a high level of light and
See the links below for a
further description of passive solar design
solar heating and daylighting for homeowners
photo of customers solar hot air collector installation.
Solar Home Design Check list
- Photos of passive solar attached greenhouses and sunrooms
- Passive Solar Tax
Credits: With renewed interest in solar we will keep you
updated on tax credit options. Please see links below for
North Carolina Solar
Residential Energy Tax Credit Program-
- Utah Solar
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