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It Is Time To Go Solar

By going solar, you'll be saving time, money, and most importantly - our planet.

Why Go Solar?

Better for the Environment

Solar energy is a renewable resource that plays a significant part in lowering greenhouse gas emissions and preventing climate change, which is essential for people, animals, and ecosystems. Additionally, the usage of solar energy can minimize water use and enhance air quality.

Cost Cutting

Solar panels cost money upfront but will provide significant savings on energy bills over time. That being said, how much you’ll save depends on several factors. Direct hours of daily sunlight and the size and angle of your roof are both important, but electricity rates and your energy consumption play the biggest roles in determining how much solar can save you. The more you pay for electricity, the more you can offset by producing your own solar energy.

Increased Home Value

Solar panels are very likely to increase the value of your home. On average, studies show that homes with solar sell for about 4% more than homes without. Persistent power outages in recent years have made solar a more attractive power option. A solar energy system, along with an energy storage system, has the potential to boost the value of your home and knock your electricity bill down. 

Energy Storage Systems

Batteries are the most common way for residential solar installations to store solar energy. When solar energy is pumped into a battery, a chemical reaction among the battery components stores the energy. The reaction is reversed when the battery is discharged, allowing current to exit the battery. Lithium-ion batteries are most commonly used in solar applications, and new battery technology is expanding rapidly, which promises to yield cheaper battery storage solutions.

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