Prices will vary based on your location, family or pool size, and budget. Our solar experts will meet with you to discuss your options and help you select the best system to meet your needs. In addition to offering excellent financing options, your solar purchase may be eligible for local, State, or Federal tax credits.
South-facing roofs are ideal for solar installation. However, in some locations, studies have shown that west-facing installations have reduced peak power demands by 65% vs. 54% for south-facing.
Solar hot water heaters are designed to provide you with hot water, even when the sun is not out, just like traditional electric water heaters.
In some states, HOA approval is required. For Florida residents, Florida law forbids ordinances, deed restrictions, covenants, or similar binding agreements from prohibiting solar use. However, it is recommended (as a courtesy) that you contact the board to let them know you will be installing solar.
California residents have the Solar Rights Act to help them overcome challenges of solar installation.
If you reside in another state, we recommend checking with your local or state government regarding your rights.
According to currentresults.com, the average clear number of days in the U.S. is 122, with an average of 2721 sunny hours. South Dakota, for example has 104 clear days with an above average total of 2947 sunny hours. Our solar experts can provide you with an energy analysis and custom energy saving recommendations. Contact us now to find out how much solar can save you.
Your savings will depend on a few things: what type of system you are installing, how large your family size (hot water) or pool size (pool heating) is, what temperature you like to keep your thermostat set to, your geographic location, the total amount of energy used, and government incentives. Our solar experts can provide you with a free energy saving analysis based on your individual needs.