Why Solar 2018-08-01T18:30:39+00:00


Transitioning to solar can be intimidating, but so are the rising prices of power, as well as high pollution rates. Today, solar energy is attainable and affordable, benefiting you financially in the long run while also benefiting the environment. Solar is the key to energy freedom, a booming economy and a healthier planet.

Take advantage of the power that comes with renewable energy today!

Save Money

The average U.S. household can break even on their solar panel system in only 7 years. While savings differ from state to state, some of the highest averages include Los Angeles, California at $89,706, $63,199 in Boston, Massachusetts, and $48,000 in Salt Lake City, Utah over a 20-year margin.

Increased Home Value

A 5 kilowatt Solar panel system produces 5,000 watts of power (national average). Each watt of solar adds, on average, $3 dollars to a home’s value ($4 dollars if you live in California!) This means that solar panels should increase your home value by around $15,000 to $20,000.

Renewable and Reliable

In 2016, the average annual electricity consumption for a U.S. residential utility customer was 10,766 kilowatthours (kWh), an average of 897 kWh per month. Louisiana had the highest annual electricity consumption at 14,881 kWh per residential customer and Hawaii had the lowest at 6,061 kWh per residential customer. All of this power can be produced by solar panels.

Going Green

Going green has a major impact on a community.  Here are just a few reasons how:

Tapping into new and developing markets
Attracting investors and developers
Promoting innovation
Increasing profitability
Preventing approx. 5,760 pounds of C02 emissions annually
Which equals 2,316 trees planted over 25 years

The Best Investment You’ll Ever Make

Your system should last you well over 25 years. After 10 years, the average savings on power for a homeowner that invested in solar is around $11,000. After 20 years, that average savings can be $27,000, with a whopping average of $38,000 over 25 years.

Solar is a Growing Market

The solar workforce has increased by 168%, from 93,000 jobs in 2010 to over 250,000 in 2018. States with significant gain in solar jobs include: Utah, Minnesota, Arizona, Colorado, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Nearly 10% of jobs in solar are held by veterans, helping them take a step back into the workforce.

Low Maintenance, High Reliability

There is a 0.05% average failure rate for solar panels, which means only 5 out of every 10,000 panels fail.
When you invest in quality products backed by a 25 year warranty from our trusted partners, you can expect solid, functioning panels.

Solar Benefits Businesses

Businesses across the country on average can offset the company’s electricity use by 75.3%. This is an average savings of $1,433.00 on the monthly energy bill.
Also, by applying those savings to their solar loan,  business can often pay off their  system under 7 years. After that, your company will enjoy the benefits of  electricity generated by your own solar power plant.