Installing solar panels at your home is an environmentally-friendly energy choice.
Solar energy can be used to power homes, businesses, and entire communities without damaging the environment.
No Harmful Pollutants
Solar power, unlike traditional energy sources, such as coal and oil, does not emit harmful pollutants into the air or generate hazardous waste.
Reduce Dependance on Fossil Fuels
Solar energy reduces our dependence on fossil fuels. By utilizing solar power instead of traditional energy sources, we can reduce our consumption of nonrenewable resources. This helps slow the rate of climate change and preserve the planet for future generations.
Reduce Carbon Footprint
Solar energy is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Solar panels do not require any fuel to generate electricity, and thus produce no carbon emissions. This makes them an extremely efficient and environmentally friendly way to power homes and businesses.
Quieter Power Source
Solar energy is also much quieter than traditional power sources, eliminating noise pollution from generators.
Our team of experts conducts a thorough assessment of your roof's suitability for solar installation. We take into account factors like orientation, tilt, shading, and structural integrity to ensure a seamless and efficient installation process.
Installing solar panels on your roof can help to reduce energy costs. Solar energy is free and renewable, so you can save money on energy bills while helping the environment.
Benefiting Our Planet All Around
From reducing dependence on fossil fuels to eliminating noise pollution, to helping to lower energy costs, solar energy is a clean, renewable energy source that can benefit our planet and our wallets.
Learn more about our most frequently asked solar questions
Yes, our source of power is as environmentally friendly as it gets, the sun. This helps to cut back on unnecessary carbon emissions and use natural resources.
The amount of carbon emissions offset with solar panels will vary based on the size of the unit, the amount of sunshine, and the quality of panels. For simple consideration, the average home system will offset the same amount of carbon emissions as 20 full-grown trees.
Yes! Because you have better control over your monthly utility costs, you will see reduced energy bills on day one! Savings even get larger as time goes on.
The Investment Tax Credit is a 30% federal tax credit for solar systems on residential and commercial solar installations (homes or businesses). This credit is used when homeowners or business owners purchase solar panel systems and have them installed. This is only achievable when you purchase solar panels.