Join the ranks of satisfied customers who asked themselves “why go solar?”, that now watch their solar production in realtime. We love helping people go solar because every month our customers can literally see the impact they are having to make the future a better, greener place.
We help homeowners like you determine the savings you will receive by dumping your old power company and switching to solar energy. Through the help of real time monitoring, you’ll see the impact you’re making to reduce your carbon footprint.
Literally Save Thousands!
By replacing an ever increasing power bill for a fixed solar payment you will literally save thousands of dollars.
Take control of electricity costs by simply taking the money you are currently paying for power and investing it in a home solar system.
Over the years, as the cost of electricity increases, your payment amount stays the same. Not only will you save as prices increase, but when your loan is finally paid off, you will save thousands of dollars over your lifetime!
Increase Your home value by 3-4% by simply installing a solar system on your home.
Solar Increase Property Value
11 year study proves that solar increase property values!
The Lab’s 2015 Selling Into the Sun report analyzed sales of solar-equipped homes in eight different states over 11 years with the goal of determining just how much value solar adds to a home’s sale price. The key finding: on average, homebuyers are “consistently willing to pay PV home premiums” of approximately $4 per watt of installed solar capacity (note: this study only covered homes where the solar PV system was owned, not leased).
This means that for an average 6-kilowatt solar PV system can add $24,000 to your home’s resale value.
Be An Influencer
Why Go Solar? Simple, you can change the way your neighbors think. A new study reveals that a single solar installation has an effect on influencing others to consider solar. When solar is installed on a home and neighbors see how it works, it spawns a ripple effect just like dropping a rock in a lake. After the first installation, next-door neighbors start to understand the benefits of solar and seriously consider it for their homes.
You could be the person who sparks your neighborhood to go solar.