How does Solar work?

There are three main types of solar technologies: photovoltaics (PV), solar heating & cooling (SHC), and concentrating solar power (CSP). We use photovoltaic solar for our residential properties. Photovoltaic cells generate electricity by absorbing energy from the sun and using that energy to create an electrical current. There are many photovoltaic cells within a single solar panel; when added together these create enough electricity to help power your home. Solar panels work like a battery, however solar uses natural resources instead of chemicals.

What are the financial benefits of going solar?

Long-term Value: Solar panels have a long lifespan which means that the initial cost of installation is quickly mitigated by the savings on electricity bills. The average lifespan of a solar panel is 35 years which means you will receive many years worth of savings!

Tax Deductions: Installation of solar panels give tax incentives at both state and federal levels. The 2021 Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit is 26%.

Increased Home Value: Because solar panels provide long-term energy savings, environmental benefits, and tax deductions, home value will likely be increased upon evaluation.

What happens with my utility bill when I go solar?

You will still have a utility bill each month, but it will be much smaller! Your bill will show how many Kilowatt-hours you have used. More than likely, you will not see a 100% offset, however you will see a significant decrease in your monthly bill.

How long does the solar installation process take?

On average, our clients see a turn around between 45-60 days. This timeline begins when contracts are signed and ends when your system is ready to be turned on. Sometimes installations may take a little bit longer due to complications with participating parties, but we have a hard working team that will ensure your installation process is as smooth and as quick as possible.

What do I do if I'm a member of a Home-Owner's Association?

If you live in a planned development or neighborhood, chances are that you are a member of a Home-Owner’s Association (HOA). They establish rules for neighborhoods to create alignment in the houses in the community. In Colorado and Nevada, HOA’s cannot decline a resident the right to have solar power installed. We do, however, have to HOA approval for design and neighborhood specific permissions. It would be helpful for us to have all of your HOA information upon signing of your contract.

What happens in the case of bad weather?

Luckily, Colorado and Nevada experience a lot of sunshine, but in the case of inclement weather and clouds your solar system will still continue to work just as hard. In the same way that you can get sunburnt on a cloudy day, your solar panels still receive electrical transfer. In the case of severe weather, you may be worried about possible damage to your panels. Don’t be! Our panels have been extensively tested and they are built to withstand heavy wind and hail. It would take some pretty extreme weather to damage these panels!

What if I move?

Lots of people were leasing solar panels a few years ago and discovered that it hindered their ability to sell their home. However, when homeowners purchase a solar system (like in this case), it helps the home sell faster and for more money. Multiple studies by Forbes, NREL, Zillow, and The US Department of Energy have shown that solar ownership helps homes sell faster and increases home value.

How long will my solar panels last?

Our solar systems are comprised of top of the line equipment. We expect them to last between 30 and 35 years. This means several years of free power.

Is there any maintenance required?

With the quality equipment, system monitoring, and extensive warranties, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the savings. Our solar systems are designed to be maintenance-free.

Is my roof covered under the workmanship guarantee?

Yes. We offer a comprehensive workmanship guarantee that covers any potential problems that can arise with your roof. We work with tile roofs all the time. In the off chance we accidentally crack a tile, we will replace it.

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