Solar power for homes and businesses is the future of electricity.
A bold statement, but one that is backed by Federal and most state governments.
Thanks to incentives by some states and the federal government, switching to solar has become affordable to just about every home owner with sunshine hitting their roof top.
If you are one of the homeowners on the fence about solar, then this blog will help you.
Here, we answer some of the most common questions about pricing and availablity. We also work closesly with local solar installers through out the country to deliver you the best pricing. You’ll find a simple form on this website that asks you to enter your zip code.
This form information gets passed back to our call center reps that will quickly look up the best deals in your area, and then reach out with an estimate for you. This service is free for you. Our website is supported by the local solar installation companies that participate in our program.
It really is the fastest and easiest way to get help with your solar needs. Talk to someone.
It Helps the Environment.
Why not? Regardless of the lower power bill, solar is good for the environment. It reduces the need to produce dirty electricity, through toxic, green house gas emitting coal. Most electricity in the States still generate power using dirty fossil fuels.
Plus by going solar you’re doing your part to reduce the United State’s dependence on foreign energy supplies.
We burn 33 percent of our coal production and 33 percent of our natural gas production to produce electricity.
It takes zero greenhouse fuels to produce solar energy. Going solar is not only good for the Earth and your family’s health.
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint.
Our children, and our children’s children need our help right now. Going solar helps reduce your household’s carbon footprint by a ton.
In fact, it can help reduce your household’s carbon dioxide yearly emission by an average of 17.59 tons. That’s a lot of tons.
To give you an idea of what that means, consider an acre of 50-year-old oak trees. They absorb about 15 tons of carbon dioxide per year.
Solar is Saving You Money.
Your average households annual energy costs are around $2,000. How much of that can be saved and put away if you went solar?
The short answer is, a lot, but. The only true way to know is by consulting with a solar professional.
Honestly, every home owner has with their own special set of circumstances that must be factored into a new home solar installation. This is why we encourage you to make the call and take advantage of a free phone consultation with a solar professional. You can use any one of the toll free phone numbers on this website to get started.
A solar professional looks at your actual energy usage and then will match the kilowatt rating of a solar array to those costs. They’ll look at things like the type of roof you have and how much exposure to the sun it gets.
It’s a simple process, even if you don’t know the exact details. A good solar representative can ask the right questions and know immediately what they are dealing with based on the feedback you give them.
In some states, there are solar incentives which will pay you a percentage based on how much excess energy your system produces.