Every product having OG-300 certification seal gives valuable information to the consumer about solar hot water heater system. We can assume from the OG-300 seal that the particular product has been tested and meets the requirements of SRCC standard. It means that the product operates efficiently, meets safety requirements, and provides a specific amount of solar energy. A comparison between different ratings of OG-300 systems can help you select the best system for your requirements. You can also examine how a rated solar thermal kit is more profitable than an unrated system.
You also qualify for rebates or tax credits if your purchase an OG-30 system. This incentive is from the federal government for those homeowners who select OG-300 systems for their home. You can receive about 30 percent of your costs as a tax credit by purchasing this system. You can apply for a federal tax if you choose to purchase a OG-300 Solar Hot Water Heater System for your new construction, existing home or primary or secondary residence (not for rental homes). Make your plans to purchase and install a new OG-300 solar hot water heater system because the tax credit incentive will end at the end of year 2016.
The Clean Energy Program in the state of New Jersey offers you financial incentives for purchasing OG-300. On buying a non-rated system, you may not receive rebates or tax credits offered by your utility company on installing SRCC rated system. SRCC do not rate low-standard and cheap solar hot water heaters, made overseas. You can be disqualified from extra benefits if you purchase these non-certified systems.
Smith Sustainable Design offer to install OG-300 solar hot water heater system for your residential use, in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Contact us for more information about the different available types and benefits of OG-300 systems. We will guide you to choose the best SRCC rated solar hot water heater system for your home.