Photovoltaic Solar Power (Solar PV)
Delivers Commercial and Residential Solar Power in Milwaukee & Area
Photovoltaic solar panels (Solar PV) are composed of glass, aluminum and silicon wafers, ensuring optimal safety, performance and reliability. In fact, most of these solar PV panels come with 25-year warranties due to their dependable nature. With enough yard or roof space, these solar PV systems can generate enough electricity to easily power your entire home throughout the year. Installing a backup battery bank and energy conservation efforts allow you to remain independent from the utility company indefinitely. The ability to be autonomous protects you from fluctuating energy costs, as well as outages. When you need to buy solar panels, come to the solar energy experts at Integrated Building Systems for a superior solar power installation.
Solar Thermal Systems
Provides High-Efficiency Solar Water Heating Systems in Wisconsin
Sunlight offers a limitless source of energy, which can be employed in homes or businesses to provide a reliable hot water supply by means of solar heating panels. Solar thermal systems utilize the efficiency of solar panels to act as a solar thermal collector. These energy efficient solar panels are engineered to use the sun’s untapped energy to heat water which can be stored for future use. Solar thermal systems can be employed to efficiently heat water or even homes through a hot water baseboard or other in-floor systems. Integrated Building Systems has a highly trained team who specialize in Milwaukee solar panel installation. We can even install solar heating systems large enough to provide solar pool heating to further improve your Wisconsin energy conservation efforts. Learn more by watching our solar water heating systems videos.
Solar Air Heating Systems
Engineered for Simplicity and Energy Efficiency
Solar air heat panels are engineered to efficiently heat your home or commercial building. These solar energy panels harvest the sun’s unbridled heat within the solar thermal collector. As the panel heats up, a sensor kicks in, opening a motorized damper that triggers the fan motor. When the fan is activated it pulls cold air from within the home or building into the unit, heats it up and redistributes it through the heating ducts. Due to our strategic placement of solar panels, the solar air heating system will not kick in during the hot summer months. Instead, the solar heating system will act as an insulator against the sun’s rays, serving as a virtual solar powered air conditioner.