Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the benefits of going solar?

A: There are many! Reduce your utility bill, increase the value of your home, receive the 30%
Federal Tax Credit now available, and go green!

Q: Can I have a ground mount instead of panels on my roof?

A: Yes! With our company, we do not charge an extra fee for installing a ground mount system or any extra trenching charges. This makes us very different from other company’s you will find!

Q: How do I know how many solar panels I need?

A: It is best to build the system based on the amount of kilowatt hours you use per year. Our solar experts can help calculate this for you as well as make sure your system can accommodate future lifestyle changes and changes in your energy needs.

Q: What if I have an HOA?

A: That’s okay! HOA’s can sometimes have restrictions on where panels are placed, however solar is still an option for you! Please make your solar expert is aware of these limitations so that we can build the best system for you.

Q: Are there any warranties for the panels, inverters, and roof?

A: The short answer is yes. However, different manufacturers and types of systems can differentiate the warranty available. Contact your solar expert for more information!

Q: What is the maintenance cost required of having solar panels?

A: Little to none! Regular rainfall cleans off your solar panels naturally. If you would like to have them professionally cleaned every few years, it is a minimal cost to having your panels look brand new again!

Q: Do I need a back up battery to go solar?

A: No! You do not have to have a battery to go solar. Without a battery, you are still connected to the grid and will lose power whenever your neighbor without solar does. The purpose of having a backup battery is to have power whenever others are without power.

Q: How do I know if a back up battery is necessary for me?

A: If you lose power regularly throughout the year for long periods of time, you will want to seriously consider a backup battery!

Q: Is there anything else I can do for back up power?

A: Yes! We also offer generators. Generators have availability issues sometimes, but it is a cost-effective way to having a whole home power back up option.