We get it.
Solar is a big investment and you want to know the details before you schedule a consultation. That is why we have a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions for you to gather research at your own pace. If anything is not clear or you want more information, do not hesitate to reach out to our customer service department.
Is it better to buy or lease solar panels?
Going solar can be costly, which is why we provide the option to lease your panels. We offer stress-free solar leasing with as little as $0 down. With this your only responsibility is to pay a low monthly bill or an upfront lease. You don’t own the panels with a lease meaning we handle all the monitoring and maintenance during the length of your agreement for free! This guarantees you clean, worry-free energy that will 100% save you money. Also if anything breaks, don’t worry we will fix it!
Our company also gives you the option to buy your solar panels. When you own the panels you own your savings. This includes things like solar rebates, net metering and the federal solar tax credit. Solar panels also add value to your home meaning you could potentially recoup the value. With this being said, you will be responsible for any maintenance and repairs outside the warranty.
See how much you could save and get in touch with our team!
What is the average cost to buy solar panels?
Get in contact with our solar consultants to figure out what is right for you.
*figures based on national averages: https://www.solar-estimate.org/
How many solar panels does my home need?
When you schedule a free consultation, we will figure out how much power a solar system needs to produce in order to power your home.
Do solar panels increase property taxes?
How long do solar panels last?
Talk to someone on our team to explore all of our flexible financing options.
Is my home good for solar?
Will owning solar panels increase my property value?
When I decide to move what happens?
What happens at a solar installation?
After approval for an installation, your home will undergo a site assessment and an expert solar technician will visit your home to confirm your solar design.
If needed, our Solar Design Experts will make any necessary changes to your design and obtain your final approval. After approval we submit the design to the city and wait for up to 8 weeks for permitting. After this your solar will be installed by the professionals of the company you go with.
Post installation, the city or county performs a final inspection of your solar panels. Following approval, the panels are connected to the grid and we can submit your documents to your utility company. When the utility grants Permission to Operate your house will use the sun for its power.