Reasons to Go Solar This Year
The last few years haven’t exactly been kind to homeowners interested in going solar. Thanks to things like supply chain problems, high inflation, and a troubled economy, solar’s prices climbed to the point that many homeowners were simply priced out of the market. more “Looking for Compelling Reasons to Finally Go for Solar Power in 2024?”
Considering Making the Move to Residential Solar in 2024?
If you have been thinking about purchasing residential solar power but for one reason or another you find ways of talking yourself out of actually doing it, then 2024 is the year you should really reconsider. The new year is a great time to embrace solar energy, thanks in large part to powerful financial incentives like the federal solar tax credit, which will help you save 30% on the cost of your solar installation. more “Will 2024 Be the Right Year for You to Purchase Residential Solar Power?”
Is It Really Worth It to Buy and Install Residential Solar Power in Winter?
Once the clocks have been turned back and the days are starting to grow shorter, you might think it would make sense to put your thoughts of having solar panels installed on your home on pause. After all, in the winter it gets dark by 5PM, right?
While it’s true that the days are shorter in the winter, that alone doesn’t mean that installing residential solar power in the winter won’t be worth it. more “Is It Really Worth It to Buy and Install Residential Solar Power in Winter?”
2023 Solar Tax Credits: Taking Advantage of Residential Solar
The Federal Solar Tax Credit has been a significant factor in many homeowners choosing to have solar installed on their homes for several years. But the credit does occasionally change. For instance, in 2020, the solar tax credit was 26% and it was originally supposed to drop to 22% in 2023 before being eliminated in 2024. more “Do 2023 Solar Tax Credits Make Going Solar Worthwhile for Homeowners?”
The Cost of Going Solar: What You Should Be Paying
A lot of things can affect the cost of having a solar power system installed in your home. From the type of solar panels and energy converting equipment you choose to your contractor’s labor costs to any additional work that might be required to make your home solar ready, there’s no shortage of cost-affecting factors you’ll have to consider when going solar in 2023 or beyond.
But having said that, it is important to know what the averages are, so you can make the most informed decision about your installation. more “Find Out How Much You Should Be Paying for Going Solar in 2023 and Beyond”
Homeowners’ Guide to Understanding Solar Power
If you’re thinking about making the switch to solar power, then you’re on the cusp of making one of the best decisions in your life. Think about it – lower utility bills, energy independence, increased energy reliability, increased home value, a power delivery system that can last 30 to 40 years before needing replaced; those are just a few of the benefits you will enjoy by adding solar panels to your home.
But while it can be tempting to jump into your solar journey with both feet, there is a lot to be said about doing your own research and learning as much as you can about solar energy before you make the switch. Doing so will help make the process easier for you and put you in a better position to help ensure that you’re making the best decisions every step of the way. more “Comprehensive Resource Guide for Homeowners Switching to Solar Power”
What to Know Before You Buy Your Residential Solar Panels
Residential solar provides homeowners with incredible opportunities for saving money, reducing their carbon footprint, and enjoying reliable energy in turbulent times. In fact, solar holds so much promise that it can be all-too-easy for a homeowner to leap into it without doing their due diligence.
Having solar panels installed on your home can be an expensive project, but in most cases, it proves to be well worth it, by a landslide. However, there are some situations where a homeowner’s expectations might not be met simply because they didn’t do enough research or ask their solar installer the right questions. more “What Residential Homeowners Wish They Knew Before Purchasing Solar Panels”
What’s the Best Way to Pay for Residential Solar in 2023?
Going solar is cheaper than it’s ever been, but the cost can still be substantially more than what the average homeowner has in their savings. This is a common conundrum for so many households. On one hand, they want the benefits that solar provides, like saving money and access to consistent, reliable energy, but on the other hand is having the money to pay for their system to be installed. more “How to Finance Your Rooftop Solar Panels in the Summer of 2023”
Before You Buy Residential Solar Panels, Determine These Factors
Choosing to add solar to your home is a great decision that can help reduce your energy costs and make your home more valuable on the market. But before purchasing solar panels for your home, there are several important things that you need to be aware of that can impact your overall experience and satisfaction.
In this post, you’ll learn about the five most important things you need to know before purchasing residential solar panels. more “5 Important Things to Know Before Purchasing Residential Solar Panels”
Getting the Most from a Residential Solar System
Installing solar panels on the roof of your home is the best way to reduce (or even eliminate) your monthly electricity bill and make a positive impact on the environment. But regardless of whether you’re going solar because you’re looking to save money on your bills or help protect the environment, one of the things that you want to do is to prepare your home for your solar panel installation. more “How to Plan for Your Home Solar Panel System”