Why go Solar?
- Electricity prices rise over time.
Paying the utility company is never a pleasant experience, especially when the expense only grows over time. So why wait, and waste even more money on electricity costs when you can cut that expense now?
- Solar power is more affordable than ever.
The option to go solar is now available to everyone. Many financing options are available, whether you choose to purchase or lease your solar panels, and various tax incentives and grants can help cut the cost as well.
- Solar panels won’t go out of style.
It is always a little disappointing when your new gadget is suddenly “last year’s model”. Luckily, with solar power, your system will still be “in style” for the next twenty years, or more!
- Solar power saves money.
It’s true! Solar energy is free, and a solar power system that uses it to power your home can cut your electricity costs from 50% to 100%.
- Solar panels come in several different options.
Our team of professionals will design a system that best suits your needs. We factor in your budget, requirements, and any other concerns that you may have.
- Your home solar system can earn money.
Saving money is great, but earning it is even better. Depending on current rules and regulations in your area, you may be able to sell excess energy produced by your solar power system back to the utility company.
- Solar power is clean energy.
We all know that fossil fuels produce pollution. Solar power is clean, non-polluting, and environmentally friendly.
- Solar power keeps your energy cost under control.
While your electric bill may be a surprise every month, making the switch to solar can alleviate the suspense. If you finance your system, you will know exactly what you will pay every month.
- Going solar is simple.
We will handle the installation and paperwork.
- The initial solar analysis is free!
What do you have to lose? Our no-obligation solar analysis is completely free of charge.
- Solar water heating
With the use of solar water heating systems energy savings of 70%-100% are achieved. Water heating costs account for 35%- 50% of an average household’s electricity bill.