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The Old Way
Let's face it, homeowners are struggling with rising cost of living.
Utility companies are charging a small fortune every month.
They're losing customers as you read this ... and forcing the remaining customers (you) to pay for the difference. Is that fair? Of course not.
That's where the
Inflation Reduction Act
Now you can switch to renewable energy for no money down. You read that right, you pay nothing up front.
Say "¡adiós!" to your utility company.
More Than Just
More money in your pocket.
With solar, you take back control of your power by redirecting your monthly payment toward something you own. No more renting your power from the outdated grid and paying ever-rising costs.
Get paid for the extra energy you produce.
Thanks to state incentives, the power company will pay you for leftover electricity through SRECS.
Get 30% off and raise home equity.
Qualified homeowners can take advantage of great tax benefits and instantly boost the value of their home.
Our team will show you an accurate quote based on your power needs and all state and federal incentives.
Our team of experts will inspect your property and obtain the required permits needed to install your solar system.
Our top-rated installers will efficiently install your 25 year warrantied solar equipment based on our expert designs.
Our experts will get the required authorization for your system to turn on and start producing energy for your home.
How much does it cost?
The cost will depend on your power needs and roof size. We use a satellite scan of your roof to generate an accurate quote for you.
The average cost of a solar PV system is $40-60k with $0 down for qualified homeowners.
Rest assured, we are always upfront about what your solar project will cost after all incentives and promotions.
Is solar free?
Solar is not free. However, thanks to federal incentives you can get solar for no upfront cost. Advertisers use "free solar" as a marketing gimmick to get you to fill out your information.
We will always let you know what the real cost of solar is vs. staying with the utility company.
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