Elk River, Minn.-(ICNEWSWIRE)-July 28, 2009. SolarAttic, Inc. announced that recycling the solar heat energy found within roofs and attics, either commercial or residential is significantly reducing energy bills.

Online PR News – 29-July-2009 – – Ed Palmer, SolarAttic's president said: "Treasure Island Water Park in Sunray, Texas decided to recycle the heat found in the attic of their clubhouse. According to Sunray City Manager, Greg Smith, most public pools lose money to begin with and so it is important if you can find something that will save money or at least keep your expenses from getting higher. Smith in a recent television interview said he expects recycling the heat in the clubhouse roof and attic 'will save the City of Sunray between $5,000 and $10,000 annually in pool heating costs.'

Buffalo, New York resident, Mike Bradshaw, had a similar experience cutting his operating costs by recycling the heat from his roof and attic. Bradshaw also indicated in a separate interview that recycling the heat in his roof and attic had drastically cut his utility bill. He said, 'it cost $339 dollars to heat the pool for one month with my old gas heater. After I installed the new system, my monthly bill dropped to $45 bucks.'

Both the commercial experience of the City of Sunray, Texas and the residential experience of Mike Bradshaw of Buffalo, New York are typical examples that it pays to recycle the heat in your roof and attic."

Recycling the roof and attic heat can be used to significantly reduce space heating, water heating and pool heating costs.