Why should I go solar?

There are a number of reasons why you should go solar.
• Reduce or eliminate your electricity bill
• Protect yourself against rising electricity rates
• Increase property value
• Reduce your carbon footprint and protect the environment while saving money

How much will I save by going solar?

That all depends on your electricity consumption and the compatibility of your roof or ground mount. We aim to reduce your dependence on your utility company by getting you up to 100% offset. We will conduct an energy savings report along with a site assessment to provide you with the best solar array. In order to get more information, schedule your FREE consultation with one of our energy experts.

How many panels will I need for my house?

Again, that depends on your electricity consumption and compatibility of your roof or your property. If you have enough space, we can also do ground mount installations.

What solar energy rebates and incentives are available?

Solar rebates and incentives vary based on where you live. The most significant incentive is the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which allows you to deduct up to 26% of the cost of your solar energy system from your taxes. In previous years the ITC was at 30%, but as of 2020 the percentage will continue to decrease, so it is important to go solar sooner rather than later. Some states offer additional tax credits, and certain municipalities and utilities also offer cash rebates or other incentives.

Can I afford to go solar?

If you can afford to pay your electricity bill then you can afford to go solar. We are simply replacing while also reducing your current electricity bill for a new solar bill.

Can I get financial help?

Yes, we offer different financial programs to help you. During your energy consultation we can get you pre-approved with one of our financing companies.

How long does the whole process take?

The whole process takes about 4-8 weeks while the installation only takes 1-2 days.

Will I need to acquire permits?

No, we do all the permitting in-house and acquire them from the city. During this time, you just get to sit back and relax.

Will I need to replace my roof?

We will assess your roof during our consultation to determine if it needs to be replaced. Fortunately, we also offer roofing, so we can do everything from reroofing to the solar installation.

What type of materials do you use?

We use tier one panels with aluminum and steel racking.

Is there any type of net metering in place?

Certain utility providers have a buyback, net billing, or net metering program that will greatly benefit you when going solar. We do the homework for you so that you get the best Return On Investment according to your utility provider.

What type of roof do you install on?

We install on all types of roofs.

What is your warranty policy?

We offer a 25 year power output warranty and a 25 year workmanship warranty.

Will I still receive an electricity bill if I have solar panels?

If you want to completely eliminate your electricity bill then you will either need to go off grid or include battery storage which we can do for you. However, we can reduce your bill or even cut it to $0 a month with the right solar system and net-metering program, if you choose to stay on a grid-tied system.

Do solar panels work in a blackout?

If your solar system is a grid-tied system then it will shut off automatically in the event of a blackout. In order to have power during a blackout, you will need to install battery storage or a generator which we can do both.

How long will my solar system last?

Solar panels are very durable and can last up to 35+ years.

What happens if I sell my house?

The solar homes appreciated 20% more, and sold 17% faster than the non-solar homes. After extensive interviews with the home buyers in the development, the NREL study made some other interesting findings. If solar was already on the house, and factored into the price already, buyers were more likely to pick a house with solar