Residential SolarWe offer full service Residential Solar Panel Installation
Making residential solar easy, efficient & profitable
We custom design and execute residential solar energy systems around the unique needs of our customers. Our promise is to deliver systems that provide positive monthly cash flow and substantial savings too.
The best part is that you can recover the cost of the system in no time – in fact, a solar panel ROI of a few years, to even just months, is typical.
Our process is simple and is aimed at making residential solar easy and hassle-free. In fact, all it takes is 4 simple steps!
Evaluation & Initial Estimate
We use advanced satellite technology to assess your roof, and review your annual electric usage to provide you an initial estimate.
During our on-site visit we measure and assess the condition of your roof, while checking for shading and other design considerations. This helps us make you a more detailed proposal.
Selection & Installation
Some systems have certain benefits over others – we offer multiple options which balance energy production and solar panel cost. Once we find the right system, we sign & get to installing it.
SREC and Interconnection application, securing of the required permits – we’ll handle it all, so that you can start cashing in on the savings of your solar power system ASAP.
Saving & Earning
The benefits of solar energy to the environment are reason enough to go solar – however, residential solar also opens the door to substantial financial gains.
Federal Solar Tax Credit
Buying a solar panel system immediately entitles you to a 30% federal income tax credit – the no. 1 draw for our customers.
Avoided Electric Costs
Save on your electric bill and protect yourself from rising electric costs for the entire life of your system – approximately 25 years.
Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs)
In NJ and MA, earn money by selling SRECs to your utility company; 1 SREC for every 1,000 kWh of unused electricity.
From July ‘18, system owners in MA will earn a fixed price per watt of energy generated for 20 years – protecting them from market fluctuations.
The 30% federal solar tax credit represents a substantial portion of the solar system cost, and home owners have choices for financing the remaining amount. Some popular options for self-financing include :
Home Equity Loans
With interest rates at very low levels, some homeowners are choosing home equity loans to pay for their systems and taking the interest on the loan as a tax deduction.
Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
Some homeowners are also cashing in on Certificates of Deposit (CDs) or other sources of funds to pay for their systems, since SREC revenue and annual electric savings may provide a return greater than what they are currently earning on their CD or other investment.
Utility Company Loans
Some utility companies offer loans to cover a large portion of the cost of new systems. The PSE &G Solar Loan program in New Jersey is an example of a very successful financing option amongst our customers which allows you to pay back your home solar power system in SRECs.