Is Solar Right for Your Home?
In Depth Solar Monitoring
Our customers have the tools to track their investment and make sure everything is operating properly for the full 25 year warranty. The system can even compare your homes usage to the solar production as shown above.
Why should you iNstall a solar system?
There are so many reasons to install solar on your home. If you’ve ever wondered about solar at all, you owe it to yourself to learn why so many people are making the switch. Below are several of the major benefits explained:
Benefit #1 - Return on investment - Here’s a new radical thought: the money that you spend on your electric bill is almost entirely wasted. People tend to set the auto draft and forget about it, but why?. When you install solar, you produce the energy yourself and the money you spend goes towards paying off an asset that you own and that dramatically increases the value of your home. Stop renting your power and own it yourself!
Benefit #2 - Predictable Energy Costs - It’s no secret that electricity cost have been on the rise for years. Here in Texas we are lucky to have some of the lowest rates in the country, but we haven’t been totally immune. While we may not catch up to some of the other states, chances are our costs will continue to rise with the others. When you install solar on your home you don’t have to worry about what the electricity market is doing. Your costs are set. Your neighbor’s rate may double over the next 20 years, but yours won’t change a penny.
Benefit #3 - Positive Impact on the Environment - Going Solar is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Residential buildings using conventional on-grid electricity are responsible for 38% of carbon emissions in the United States. The typical residential solar-panel system is a great way to reduce your carbon emissions by about 4 tons per year - the equivalent of you planting 100 trees annually.
Benefit #4 - Limited Time Incentives - Right now is prime time for solar incentives. There are federal tax incentives, property tax incentives from the state, federal grants, and possibly even rebates from your utility company. Some of our customers have had nearly 50% of their system covered from various incentives. As solar begins to be adopted by the majority of people, these incentives will start to go away. Even now, utility rebates are shrinking and the federal tax credit is scheduled to step down annually. Don’t miss out on these benefits. It takes a great investment and makes it an absolute no-brainer.