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Ready to make the switch to clean, sustainable energy? Are you looking for an affordable solar power option for your family? Get efficient, cost-effective solar panels installed today.

Our solar panel experts will inspect your home and create a solar power plan that fits your home and your budget. From sleek, energy-saving panels to optional battery backups, solar water heaters, and more, we make it easy to upgrade your home.

Book your no-risk free quote and solar energy design consultation now. 

Our Solar Services

From new panel installation to system maintenance and upgrades, our local experts offer a variety of solar services for your home:

Common Solar Services

Solar services include panel installation, energy audits, backup systems, and more. Here are the most common types of solar services for home power systems:

Solar Panel Installation

Professional installation of solar panels on rooftops or ground-mounted systems, including the necessary wiring and connections.

Inverter Installation and Integration

Installation of inverters, which convert the direct current (DC) electricity generated by the solar panels into usable alternating current (AC) electricity for your home’s electrical system.

Battery Backup System Installation

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Solar Water Heater Installation

Installation of solar water heating systems that utilize the sun’s energy to heat water, reducing reliance on traditional water heating methods and lowering energy costs.

Energy Audit and System Sizing

Analysis of your energy consumption patterns to determine the appropriate size and capacity of the solar panel system required to meet your energy needs.

System Upgrades and Expansion

Upgrading or expanding existing solar panel systems to increase their capacity, accommodate changing energy needs, or take advantage of technological advancements.

Troubleshooting and Repairs

Diagnosing and resolving issues with solar panel systems, such as identifying and repairing faulty components, addressing system inefficiencies, or resolving communication errors.

Types of Solar Panels

There are several common types of panels available for home solar power systems. Each offers its own characteristics, advantages, and applications. Here are some of the most commonly used solar panel types:

Monocrystalline Solar Panels

These panels are made from single-crystal silicon, giving them a uniform black appearance. They are highly efficient and offer good performance in both high and low light conditions. Monocrystalline panels are known for their sleek aesthetics and are often used in residential installations.

Bifacial Solar Panels

Bifacial panels have the ability to capture sunlight from both sides, increasing their energy production. These panels have a transparent backsheet or glass on the rear side, allowing light to pass through and be reflected onto the rear surface, enhancing overall performance. Bifacial panels are versatile and can be used in various installations, including ground-mounted systems and rooftop arrays.

Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell Solar Panels

Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell (PERC) panels feature a rear surface passivation layer that reduces electron recombination, resulting in improved efficiency. They are an upgrade from standard monocrystalline or polycrystalline panels, offering higher power output and enhanced performance in low-light conditions.

Polycrystalline Solar Panels

These panels are made from multiple crystals of silicon, resulting in a distinctive blue color. Polycrystalline panels are less expensive to manufacture and offer a good balance between cost and efficiency. While they are slightly less efficient than monocrystalline panels, they are still a popular choice for residential and commercial applications.

Thin-Film Solar Panels

Thin-film panels are made by depositing a thin layer of semiconductor material onto a substrate such as glass, plastic, or metal. They are lightweight, flexible, and have a uniform appearance. Thin-film panels are less efficient compared to crystalline silicon panels but are more affordable and suitable for large-scale installations, such as solar farms or building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV).

Solar Shingles

Solar shingles, also known as solar roof tiles, are designed to resemble traditional roofing materials while generating electricity. These integrated photovoltaic (PV) systems blend seamlessly into the roofline and are a popular choice for homeowners who prioritize aesthetics. Solar shingles are typically made using thin-film solar cells.

The best panels for your home depend on a number of factors. Your solar representative will help you decide the best panel type for your solar installation.

How Much Do Solar Panels Cost

The average cost of solar panels is between $250 and $750 for each panel, depending on the type and power output. However, that does not include a power inverter, batteries, and other system requirements. Not to mention installation and maintenance costs.

You can expect to spend between $10,000 and $30,000 or more on a new solar energy system for your home. The national average cost for a standard solar installation system is $16,500.

This estimate typically includes the cost of solar panels, power inverters, mounting hardware, wiring, and installation. You will spend more for additional panels, more efficient panels, solar cell backup batteries, and other solar accessories.

It is also important to consider current incentives and rebates when evaluating the total cost of a new solar system. While rebates and incentives vary by location, they usually include federal solar tax credits, state or local rebates, and net metering programs.

Depending on your location, these incentives can drastically reduce your upfront costs. You can only take advantage of incentives in the same year the system is installed, but some rebates might offer multi-year financial benefits.

Additionally, consider the cost of electricity and the potential savings on energy bills. You can even sell excess energy back to the utility company. 

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