Solar panels generate DC power when exposed to sunlight. They are mounted on your roof with racks and paired with an inverter or several microinverters, which convert the DC power into AC power that your home or business can use. Solar is the only form of electrical generation that typically has no moving parts and requires minimal maintenance.
Savings With Solar
How much you will save depends on the size of your system, your current electricity prices, and local incentives. In many cases, due to the federal investment tax credit, which is currently 30% of the value of the solar system, you may be able to start saving immediately after installation. Don’t wait too long, because the tax credit steps down over time and will eventually zero out. Our help team will outline these savings during the quotation process.
Cost of Solar Systems
Consider solar a long-term investment. Home systems may cost several thousand dollars if purchased with cash, but financing options for homes and businesses include leases and power-purchase agreements. These options allow customers to go solar with no money down or out-of-pocket expenses.