Everyone needs electricity to power their homes. The main reason homeowners are converting to solar power/solar panels is to significantly reduce or even eliminate their highest monthly expenses, the electric bill. Switching to solar now can provide dramatic and permanent savings, instantly. As the cost of electricity continues to rise, you can feel confident in knowing that you will be saving money, regardless of the price that utility companies charge. Simply fill out our form and see how much you can save.
Q: How much does solar energy cost?
Solar costs less than traditional electricity in many areas, whether you choose to purchase the system or pay as you go. There are a range of financing options, which makes going solar simple and affordable. Fill out our form and get a free, no cost quote by the top professionals in your area.
Q: How does solar power work?
Solar panels capture the sun's energy, and then channel it through discreetly placed wires to an inverter, where it's converted to electricity to power your home. When your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid. It's that simple.
Q: How will solar panels look on my roof?
Great. Today's solar panels are modern and have a low-profile design that integrates stylishly into your roof. It's a timeless look.
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Q: What happens when it’s cloudy, or during winter time or night time, how does solar produce then ?
When you receive your energy evaluation report, which is specifically designed for your house, it will tell you how much energy your system will produce for the year. While it is true that solar does not produce as much in the winter, it often overproduces in the spring ,summer and fall months. And what happens when a system produces more power than you use is , you get credits carrying over into the next month , and homeowners use those credits to help with months where the system doesn’t produce as much. And if you don’t use all the power that your system creates in a year, your local Power company has been mandated to buy back the excess power. One thing that makes South Carolina a great market for solar , is our systems produce what they’re supposed to ,or more ,in 10 out of the 12 months each year.
Q: Is solar affordable for the average person?
If you can afford a monthly power bill, and you can afford solar. With the current zero down program, and a 30% federal tax credit, and 25% state tax credit, as well as low interest financing, solar is actually more affordable than staying with your local power company.
Q:What if I need to replace my roof in 10 years, how will that work with the system on my roof ?
Our company will take the panels down and store them while you replace your roof, we can also recommend an affordable roofing company that will offer you special pricing for being one of our customers. You only pay the labor cost for us to take the panels down and reinstall them .
Q: What happens if I want to sell my house after I install solar on my roof?
Forbes.com says your house will sell 14% faster with solar on the roof, and you can also get a green appraiser to set the value for your system , as it adds equity to your home .