Your home electric bill is a variable cost that keeps increasing.
A home is one of the largest investments we make in our lives. Taxes, insurance, repairs, maintenance and utilities are all costs that come with home ownership. But there are some ways you can cut your home costs while increasing value. A solar system installed on a home brings long-term value, turning the sunshine on your roof into useable electricity, cutting electric bills up to 90% or more. Why buy energy when sunshine is free?
We got solar through A1A Solar in 2017, after some friends recommended the company. Sean, the sales rep, came to our home, and gave us a detailed proposal and presentation … We financed the system, and got a refund from the IRS, exactly as promised. Our electric bill dropped from around $175 per month to almost nothing. Some months, we have a negative bill. The crews were polite and quick, and the people at the office are always helpful. Great company, and have told our friends about them. — Mommybear, Jacksonville, Florida
- Simple Installation Process
We take the complications out of solar installation with professional installers who get the job done right the first time.
- Increase the Value of Your Home
On average, the investment in solar panels increases the home’s resale value by about 3.5%. In most cases, the increased valuation exceeds the installation cost, providing an instant return on investment.
- Rebate and Incentive Programs
Federal, state and local governments are making it more feasible than ever for a single family home to be equipped with a solar power system. With tax credits and rebates available to homeowners, the financial burden is lifted and can be more affordable than ever. Click here to learn more about available incentive programs.
- Predictable Energy from a Renewable Resource
As the sun’s energy is very predictable, the energy harvest from a solar power system is as well, especially on an annual basis. As a solar customer you will become better versed with energy, conservation and energy production and will notice trends with solar and the seasons. The proof is the electric bill— kilowatt-hours used, less kilowatt-hours harvested. When they are equal, you reached net-zero!