A system too large for your home may not benefit you. A system too small may not get you as much savings as possible. Depending on your utility provider, it’s important to know how much electricity you use now & what you plan to use in the future.
Net metering occurs as your solar panels produce surplus electricity during the day. You get to bank credits and use that electricity at night, or rollover credits to use in a future month. When a system is designed correctly, you can eliminate all grid-utility charges!
Some strategies you should consider when choosing how to go solar! All result in a savings for you and your home. It’s all about perspective, your goals, and aligning your systems implementation with the other goals in your life!
Typically, there is a minimal change to your insurance premium. Sometimes a small increase, many times a small decrease. Especially if you’re open to shopping your plan, most homeowners find similar or better coverage that’s less expensive after going solar!
The industry standard warranty is 25 years! This will cover system functionality! Check out our homeowners insurance video to hear how solar effects your policy.
Most solar installers will take over your roof warranty. They’re committed to fixing or paying to fix your roof. That means they prefer to NOT damage your home so that they have less cost when fulfilling their commitments on your project.