Solar Panel Installation & Service.
There is no doubt that converting your home energy system to solar power can have huge benefits for your family’s budget as well as the environment. Many people, however, do not fully understand that the benefits of solar are often quantified in national averages, and do not take into account California’s favorable conditions for solar. There are also a variety of programs, incentives, and tax credits that can make going solar even more attractive for California residents.
To truly understand the benefits and potential savings offered by going solar it is important to take all factors into account. The factors that can impact the potential savings of getting a new solar system includes the orientation of your home, surrounding trees, how often you utilize your HVAC system, etc. If you have ever wondered if solar power is right for your Southern California home, our team of solar technicians and consultants are here to answer all of your questions. To speak to a knowledgeable solar panel installation, service, and product expert, please feel free to call us at (888)971-3221.
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Adding solar panels to your California residence does not increase your property taxes but can have a significant positive impact on your home’s resale value. In a competitive real estate market like California’s, it is great to have a selling feature like solar to help increase foot traffic and overall resale value when you are looking to sell. Many real estate agents have stated that having solar does for your home today, what having a pool did for your home’s resale value in the 90’s. Residential solar panels have almost all upside for California homeowners.
In addition to making fiscal sense, going solar is a huge win for the environment as well as our fellow Californians. It is no secret that our utility companies strain to meet the demands of a growing population at the same time that our weather is getting hotter. This can be seen with the issuance of flex-alerts, warnings about rolling blackouts, and power outages that impact millions of residents every year. By going solar you are reducing your energy consumption which saves you money and also helps alleviate some pressure on an already stressed energy grid.
For all of the reasons listed above and many that are not listed, going solar is an investment that can pay off financially while also promoting environmental responsibility for generations to come.
In a home without solar your meter spins forward to track the amount of energy you are using and therefore pulling from the grid. This value is multiplied by the appropriate billing rate for when the energy usage based on the time of use (peak hours vs. standard hours).
When you make the jump to solar your Net Metering agreement can allow you to use the energy you produce first which allows you to reduce or in some cases eliminate your energy bill. In some areas, it is even possible to sell the excess energy your system produces and puts back out into the grid.
We Care has always been dedicated to getting our customers only the best products for their particular situations. For this reason, we offer complimentary consultations with our energy efficiency experts to help you determine if solar is a good fit for you.