After you request your Free consultation and provide a copy of your utility statement our team will:
We provide 3 options for any budget. We’ll work with you to determine the best solution for your goals
The best way to go solar is with cash. You cover the full cost of the installation upfront. But once your panels go up, you begin receiving free, clean solar electricity – for the next 25 to 40 years. This approach pays for itself many times over – with most installations breaking even in under 6 years.
The easiest and simplest way to go solar is with a power purchase agreement. You pay $0 upfront for a new installation. Then every month you pay for the cleaner, cheaper solar electricity you receive. Those monthly payments are less than what you pay your utility. This program also provides a comprehensive repairs, maintenance, and equipment protection plan at no extra charge. So your savings are guaranteed for the next 20-years of your solar service agreement.
One of the most popular ways to go solar is with a specialized solar loan. You borrow money to cover the upfront cost. And then you use your monthly savings to pay down the loan balance. Many flexible options help you select the best fit for your situation. You can select 5, 10, 12, 15, or 20 year terms with no prepayment penalty. But the beauty of this approach is that you don’t pay for anything out-of-pocket.
The ability to save money is the primary reason why homeowners throughout California go solar. But here are some additional reasons to install solar on your home:
Since solar power doesn’t pollute, all the energy created comes from the sun, a clean and renewable power source.
Solar can dramatically increase the property value of your home.
So you save money whileyou live there and can ask more when it’s time to sell.
Solar panel technology is more affordable than ever – thanks to falling prices and range of generous green incentives including the Federal Solar Tax Credit.
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