Enable the power of the sun in your home by upgrading to solar power for better energy efficiency savings.

Harness the potential of modern solar energy to fully power your home. With today's high-efficiency solar panels and advanced solar batteries, it has become more cost-effective than ever to exclusively power an entire house with solar energy. Solar energy is a renewable and virtually limitless source that produces no waste and causes no pollution."

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          solar panels Frequently Asked Questions

          The payback period for solar panels can vary widely depending on factors such as the cost of installation, the amount of sunlight your location receives, the cost of electricity in your area, and available incentives. On average, homeowners in the U.S. can expect to see a return on their investment in 6 to 8 years, with savings on electricity bills continuing for the life of the system, which can be 25 years or more.

          Solar panels can be installed on most types of roofs, including asphalt shingle, tile, and metal. However, the ease of installation and the type of mounting system used can vary depending on the roofing material and the slope of your roof. It's important to consult with a professional solar installer to assess your specific situation.

          Solar panels, also known as photovoltaic (PV) panels, convert sunlight into electricity using semiconductor materials. When sunlight hits the solar cells, it excites electrons, generating a flow of direct current (DC) electricity. An inverter then converts this DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be used to power homes and businesses.


          What are the benefits of installing solar panels?

          Installing solar panels offers several benefits, including:

          • Reduced electricity bills: Solar energy can significantly lower or eliminate electricity costs.
          • Environmental benefits: Solar energy is clean and renewable, reducing carbon emissions and dependence on fossil fuels.
          • Increased property value: Homes with solar panels often have higher resale values.
          • Energy independence: Solar panels provide a reliable source of electricity, reducing reliance on the grid.

          Most solar panels are designed to last 25 to 30 years or more. While the efficiency of solar panels may decrease slightly over time, they typically come with warranties guaranteeing their performance for a certain number of years.


          Net metering is a billing arrangement that allows solar panel owners to receive credit for excess electricity generated by their solar panels and exported to the grid. This credit can then be used to offset electricity costs when solar panels are not producing enough electricity, such as at night or during periods of high demand.

          If your roof is near the end of its life or in poor condition, it may be wise to replace it before installing solar panels. Installing solar panels on a roof that will need to be replaced soon can result in additional costs, as the panels will need to be removed and then reinstalled. A solar installer can help assess the condition of your roof before proceeding.

          Standard solar panel systems are connected to the grid and will not provide power during a blackout for safety reasons. However, if your system includes a battery storage component, it can store excess energy generated during the day and use it to power essential home functions during a blackout. Systems designed for this purpose often include a special inverter to safely disconnect from the grid during outages and provide power to the home.