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  • Why should I go solar?
    Here are three great reasons: Save money Increase property value Help clean up the environment Additionally, you can take advantage of Federal and State tax incentives which will increase your savings.
  • How much will I save by going solar?
    Savings can vary. The average person saves around 20% of their total annual electricity costs. The azimuth and tilt of the roof, shading from trees or nearby homes, and energy consumption habits are factors that determine whether savings will be higher or lower. Fill out the form on the FREE QUOTE page to get a better idea of how the solar energy system will benefit you.
  • Do I have to pay anything upfront?
    No. It is not necessary to pay upfront to go solar. With a financed solar purchase or a solar lease, we cover the installation, permits, and all related costs with no initial out of pocket cost to you. Your first monthly payment will be about a month after the solar panels are up and running. If you choose a Cash purchase or Prepaid lease, you can pay a portion or the whole amount up front and enjoy a deep discount as a result.
  • Will I still receive an electric bill if I have solar?
    Most customers have very basic grid connection fees from their utility company that range from $5-$20 monthly on average. Some have even cut their utility bill to $0, with a solar panel system that matches their energy use. At certain times of the year the utility company may even owe you money because of the excess energy you have produced.
  • What are my solar financing options?
    1. Purchase your system in cash (pay upfront at a reduced price). ​ 2. Take out a solar loan to buy your system (low monthly payment). ​ 3. Sign a solar lease. (No upfront payment and a lower monthly solar bill with added benefits of full-service system maintenance included).
  • Should I buy or lease the solar panel system?
    There are advantages to both options. Circumstances vary for each home and homeowner. Buying the system typically is recommended for the homeowner that is primarily concerned with the greatest ROI at the 25-year point and that is also able to take advantage of the Federal Tax Credits. Leasing might be better for someone who wants lower monthly payments and full-service coverage backed by Lessor. Discuss both options with your Solar Energy Advisor so that a system can be tailor-made for your property.
  • How do solar panels work?
    Solar panels absorb the suns energy throughout the day and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. Most homes and businesses run on alternating current (AC) electricity, so the DC electricity is then passed through an inverter to convert it to usable electricity. At that point, you use the electricity in your house and any surplus electricity generated is sent to the utility company’s electric grid. In most instances the utility company will credit your account for any electricity they buy from you.
  • What are the environmental benefits of solar energy?
    Solar power, like other renewable energy resources, has many environmental and health benefits. For one, going solar reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change, and results in fewer air pollutants like sulfur dioxide.
  • Will solar panels produce power when the sun isn't shining?
    The amount of power your solar energy system can generate is directly dependent on sunlight. States like Arizona are ideal for solar. Solar panels will produce a LOT of energy during the day when there is full sun. They produce slightly less energy when the weather is cloudy, and no energy at night. The extra energy that was sent to the utility during the day comes back to the home to keep it powered at night. Therefore, you have electricity 24hrs a day.
  • How long will solar panels last?
    Solar panels are exceptionally durable and capable of withstanding the elements. Solar panels are designed to produce a significant amount of electricity for 30 years on average.
  • Do I need to install batteries with my solar power system?
    Solar power systems that include solar batteries are increasingly popular. Batteries are not necessary for most solar homeowners. If you are connected to the utility grid, your system does not need a battery. However, if the utility company’s buy-back rate (the dollar amount they pay for every kWh in solar energy that is sent to the utility grid) is very low or if you experience frequent and inconvenient power outages then a battery is a wise system addon. In some states, like California for instance, having a battery is almost a necessity.
  • Will I be able to track the electricity my solar panels produce?
    Yes, in most situations panel performance monitoring systems are complimentary and included automatically. With the smartphone app you will be able to know exactly how much solar energy your panels produce.
  • How does solar impact my property values?
    Studies have shown that homes with solar energy systems sell for more than homes without them. According to Zillow, in an article published April 16, 2019, “During the past year, homes with solar-energy systems sold for 4.1% more on average than comparable homes without solar power“. Adding solar panels to your home is considered a solar premium that potential homebuyers are willing to pay more and more for.
  • What happens if I sell my house?
    The process is easy. If you own your solar energy system, your solar house will sell at a premium. Studies have shown that solar increases property values. If you lease your system, you can transfer the lease and all its benefits to the home's new owner. A Lease Transfer Coordinator will be assigned to you to assist in facilitating the whole process.
  • How many solar panels do I need?
    The answer depends on your household energy usage, the space available on your roof, and the directions your roof surfaces face. We will review past utility bills, sunlight patterns, and weather data for your area and create a custom system design for your home that will meet your energy needs. To know the exact answer, fill out the FREE QUOTE form.
  • Is my roof suitable for solar panels?
    Most roofs are suitable. South-facing roofs with little to no shade and enough space to fit a solar panel system are ideal for installing solar. However, in many cases there are workarounds if your home does not have the ideal solar roof. When preparing an estimate for your home, an analyst will examine the roof condition to ensure that the roof qualifies for solar.
  • What do I need to qualify for Solar?
    1) For a purchase financed by a solar loan or a monthly lease a minimum credit score of 600 or 650 is required. A SOFT credit check is performed to determine qualification. 2) For a cash purchase or prepaid lease there is no credit requirement. 3) Finally, the roof itself must be eligible for solar. Our Site-Surveyor will inspect the roof and determine qualification. To confirm if you and your property are eligible for Solar please Contact Us.
  • What are the steps to get started?
    1. Get a free quote. We will customize a system according to your energy needs. ​ 2. An energy advisor will contact you to answer your questions and present our solution with pricing options and projected savings. When you decide to proceed, we take care of the rest. ​ 3. We file the paperwork necessary to have your system approved by the city and utility. Installation is usually 30-90 days from signing and takes about a day to complete.
  • Once I sign up, when will the panels be installed?
    From order to installation, the average time is typically 30 - 90 days depending on project scope and city permiting. Let's get started now and get you on the path to clean, money-saving energy.
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