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Our roof is full of energy!

Self-generated power! Just a few years ago, environmentally-conscious building enthusiasts in particular were impressing their neighbours with what has now long become part of the public domain. The alternative, also used on the roofs of thousands of private properties, is also impressive: Water which is heated by collectors on the roof and fed into the household circulation. Particularly advancement-conscious people combine electricity and warm water generation using clever storage solutions and make themselves completely independent of oil and gas suppliers, energy providers, public utility companies and co.. Furthermore: Your EUROBAUSTOFF specialist trader is also your solar specialist! They will provide you with unbiased information regarding manufacturers, explain technology and systems to you, calculate solutions and indicate alternatives.


Saving energy more elegantly – using in-roof systems

Whether thermal collectors to heat warm water or supplementary heating systems, or photovoltaic systems to generate electricity: in-roof systems which are coordinated with conventional models of roofing plates - for example, Frankfurter Pfanne (Frankfurt pantiles), Doppel (double) S or Taunus Pfanne (Taunus pantiles) –are efficient, aesthetic and reasonably priced.

These modules are integrated into the roof instead of the pantile, whereby a harmonious roof image is created.

Flexible and inexpensive: on-roof solutions

Construction enthusiasts who wish to decide later, or who wish to remain flexible in their choice of system, can prepare their roof with little effort for a later on-roof solution. If you are planning a roof construction, thermal insulation, a roof covering with additional measures and ultimately the installation of a solar system, then you should consider tried and tested, compatible and storm-safe solar mounting brackets. DIN 1055 regulates these products in detail. The load capacity of the subconstruction must be coordinated with the subsequent load produced by the solar system.

Reliable heat - made in Germany

Solar systems for the heating of utility water guarantee warm water for next to nothing during the summer months. During the cooler seasons, the coverage ratio is still high to extremely high, depending on your other thermal insulation measures. The principle is simple: solar radiation heats the water in the collector, and a solar control unit records the temperature difference between the collector and the lower part of the solar cylinder. If the value set in the control unit is exceeded, then the circulation pump switches on and the heat is transported to a storage unit and emitted to the utility water via a heat exchanger. If the solar system does not achieve the desired temperature, then the convenience range of the storage unit is subsequently heated via the conventional heating system.

Storage for greater independence

The heart of solar utility water heating is a combined buffer storage tank which serves as a heat system. It not only stores the energy from the sun, but additionally also stores energy from several other heat sources, for example, solid fuels, oil, gas or electricity. The higher the heat insulation standard of your house, the higher the proportion of the solar heat in your house, and the higher your level of independence from external raw materials sources or suppliers.