Lakewood, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Aquatherm Industries Inc., the largest U.S. manufacturer of solar thermal collectors for heating swimming pools, now offers a Municipal Lease Financing Program to Dealers of its solar pool heating systems. These municipal leases provide longer terms of up to nine years with lower rates from 3.63% to 4.84%. These longer terms and lower rates for solar pool heating are available only through Aquatherm.
Aquatherm Dealers across the country are now eligible to offer the manufacturer's Municipal Lease Program for municipal pools, public schools, public colleges and universities. In order to take advantage of the Program, which is a true municipal lease with no money up front, a contractor must install Aquatherm’s solar thermal collectors per the manufacturer's specifications.
Aquatherm’s Engineering Department is available to assist in the layout and design of commercial solar pool heating systems, as well as proposals including a performance and payback analysis using Department of Energy modeling software. Systems can be either Solar-Only Pool Heating Systems or Hybrid Solar Pool Heating using solar in combination with an existing natural gas, propane or electric pool heater.
For more information, please contact Dave Sizelove, President of Aquatherm Industries, at 732-905-9002 or by email at dsizelove (at) warmwater (dot) com.
About Aquatherm Industries, Inc.:
An ISO 9001:2008 registered company, Aquatherm Industries, Inc. is the largest U.S. manufacturer of low-temperature, unglazed polymer solar collectors – primarily used for residential and commercial swimming pool heating as well as domestic hot water and process pre-heat applications. Within the company’s “pellets to panels” approach, Aquatherm’s extrusion, welding, and injection molding processes have been awarded four U.S. and two International Patents for its technology.
In addition, Aquatherm’s collectors were the first NSF-50 listed solar collectors in the world. Aquatherm distributors currently serve Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, all of North, Central, and South America, France, Egypt, and Jordan.