When you schedule your complimentary consultation with one of our representatives, we will meet you on site to assess your energy needs and help you decide the best direction. We will look at the amount of direct sunlight exposure, the size, condition, and type of material used on your roof, your current electricity bills, available tax credits, rebates, and incentives, and the local utility rate structure. If your current monthly electrical bill is more than $100 per month, it would be well worth your effort to explore solar for your home.
The cost depends largely on how you’d like to go solar, either purchase or lease. Systems can range from $0 up to many thousands of dollars. Regardless of the program you choose, solar will save you money. You will also have flexibility within your financing options. You can think of it as buying electricity upfront – the more you buy now, the more you’ll save later as utility rates continue to rise. The other factors that affect how much going solar costs are the amount of energy you use, your roof’s orientation and shading, and the solar rebate and tax credits available in your area.
Yes! Both state and federal incentives will help you save money. Rebates are available for both retrofit and new construction projects and are factored on a per watt basis. Remember that California state rebates are diminishing as more people add solar to their home and the federal tax credit is a credit, not a deduction of income. It is 30% of the cost of the system
Nearly all homes in our service radius are powered by fossil fuels. Currently, your local utility buys its electricity from companies that burn coal, natural gas, or petroleum to create electrical energy. These fuels are harmful to the earth in a number of different ways. A home that has enough solar panels to cover all or part of its electricity needs will help to offset their carbon footprint and become part of the solution to this problem.
We specialize in solar electric systems installed on the roof of your home and understand the importance of maintaining the integrity of your roof for longevity, safety, and costs. To protect you and your home for the years ahead, we carry a C-39 roofing license and replace all necessary roofing material underneath the section of roof where your solar panels are installed so your roof will last as long as your solar panels. When you choose to "go solar” with us, we strive to ensure that you have the best system for your needs and budget with an installation that does not compromise the quality or aesthetics of your home.