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  • How does solar impact my property values?
    Studies have shown that homes with solar energy systems sell for more than homes without them. However, your property value will only increase if you own, rather than lease, your solar panel system. In most parts of the country, going solar will actually increase your property value more than a kitchen renovation.
  • Is Solar Power a good investment?
    Yes! Solar is a great and secure investment, better than investing your money in savings accounts. If you are looking for an ethical place to put your money then solar PV will benefit you and the planet.
  • How long will a Photovoltaic (PV) systems last?
    A PV system that is designed, installed, and maintained well will operate for more than 30 years at 80% of performance. The basic PV module (interconnected, enclosed panel of PV cells) has no moving parts and can last more than 30 years. The best way to ensure and extend the life and effectiveness of your PV system is by having it installed properly.
  • What are the environmental benefits of solar energy?
    Solar power, like other renewable energy resources, has many environmental and health benefits. Going solar reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change, and also results in fewer air pollutants like sulfur dioxide and particulate matter, which can cause health problems.
  • How much money can I save by going solar?
    The exact amount varies for each home based on their location, home size and energy requirements. Most homeowners save thousands by the end of their contract.
  • What if it’s not sunny outside?
    Solar panels can still generate electricity even when the sun is not at its brightest.
  • What key data should I have ready for the Consultation or when requesting a quote?
    To make the consultation most effective, it is best if you are prepared with: 1) Your goals and requirements, 2) Last 12 months’ electric bills, 3) Your roof condition, 4) How long you plan on living in your home.
  • How does solar impact my property values?
    Studies have shown that homes with solar energy systems sell for more than homes without them. However, your property value will only increase if you own, rather than lease, your solar panel system. Going solar will increase your property value more than a kitchen renovation in most parts of the country.
  • What is net metering?
    Net metering is the system utilities use to credit homeowners with solar for the electricity their solar panels produce. With net metering, you only pay for the electricity that you use beyond what your solar panels can generate. Net metering policies differ from state to state
  • How do solar photovoltaic (PV) panels work?
    Solar panels absorb the sun's 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 AC electricity. At that point, you either use the electricity in your house or send it back to the electric grid.
  • What solar energy rebates and incentives are available?
    Solar rebates and incentives vary depending on where you live. The most significant incentive is available nationwide — it is the 30% federal investment tax credit (ITC), which allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of your solar energy system from your taxes. Some states offer additional tax credits, and certain municipalities and utilities offer cash rebates or other incentives.
  • Can I afford to go solar?
    If you can afford to pay your electricity bill, you can afford to go solar. $0-down solar financing options, including both solar loans and solar leases, make it easy for homeowners with good credit to start saving on their electricity bills by going solar.
  • Do I need to install solar batteries with my solar power system?
    Solar power systems that include solar batteries, known as solar-plus-storage, are increasingly popular but can be pricey. Luckily, batteries are not necessary for most solar homeowners. As long as you are connected to the grid, your system does not need a battery: excess power goes back into the grid, and you can draw from the grid if you need more electricity than your panels can generate.
  • How many panels will my home need ?
    Every household is different. When determining the number of solar panels your home needs, consider the following questions: How much power do I need? Check your electric bills to see how many kilowatt hours (kWhs) you use throughout the year. We’ll go over this with you in detail during your free solar consultation to figure out just how much power your panels will need to produce. What’s your climate like? The number of panels you need depends on how much sun reaches the ground where you are. How much direct sun hits your roof? Shading, which direction your roof faces, and any aesthetic preferences you have can impact how big your system needs to be.
  • How do you customize my solar system ?
    We customize your home solar system by taking into account your past usage, the available roof space and your design preferences to make sure the system will work for you and your home. We start with your historical usage and design a solar system that will provide you with the right amount of power based on how much you normally use. Then we look at your roof via satellite imagery to see how many panels can fit on each roof plane, keeping in mind that south-facing roofs are the best for solar. We verify our measurements and system design with a site survey , a visit to your home to check the roof and your main electrical panel. Finally, we reconfirm our final design with you so you know exactly what it will look like and how much electricity you'll receive from solar. If you want to learn about the efficiency of your panels or review what the equipment will look like for your specific home, talk to your sales consultant.

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