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Solar Resources for Homeowners

Going solar can be intimidating...but that's where we come in.

Meet our team in the video below and check out the resources we've created to answer all of your solar-related questions.

Thinking About Going Solar?

Connect with a solar professional and learn exactly how much solar panels will save you on your monthly utility bill.

How Much Can You Save?

In just a few clicks you can see approximately how much you can save with solar.

Getting Solar Panels is a Smart Financial Decision.

If it won't save you money, we won't install it.

Why Go Solar?

Save Money, Gain Power Security & Lower Your Energy Bill When You Choose Solar Power

Have you thought about switching to solar but are not quite sure whether it’s right for you? 


Or maybe you think you can’t afford it, or that solar can’t possibly support all your energy needs. 


Solar power is now the fastest growing source of global energy. With an increase in demand, the cost of solar has significantly declined over the years, making solar power a more accessible and cheaper source of energy for homeowners and businesses alike. Today, switching to solar is not only easy and cost effective, it’s smart. The rise in price of conventional utilities and the instability of the electrical grid have created energy uncertainty for many homeowners, not to mention the impact that oil, gas and other conventional sources of energy have on the environment. By switching to solar, you can be confident that your energy needs will be met, your wallet will stay intact, and you can go to bed each night knowing that you are helping to turn the tide towards a renewable energy future.

Learn more about how going solar saves you money.

Find out how much you could save on electrical costs by getting an estimate of your savings with just a few clicks.

Here’s How to Save With Solar & Solar Incentives

Does switching to solar really save you money over time?

Solar is a big investment and for some, this can be daunting. However, with conventional sources of energy increasing and the prices of solar solutions decreasing, switching to solar has the potential to save you a significant amount of money overtime. Installing solar panels will lead to a reduction in your monthly utility bill, and in some cases, will eliminate your bill altogether. Solar can also add value to your home when you sell because buyers know they will inherit a reduced utility bill. 

Solar Incentives

Federal and state solar tax credits can also help you save money by lowering your out-of-pocket costs for a solar system. Currently, there is a federal solar tax credit that gives homeowners and businesses a tax credit equal to 26% of the cost of the solar system. The federal credit is set to expire in 2022 so if you are thinking about switching to solar, now is the time to do it. In addition to the federal tax credit, each state may also have tax credits and other incentives making solar even more economically viable as an energy source. Find more state and local incentives here.

 

At Complete Solar, our solar experts can estimate your savings associated by investing in solar power. 

Curious about your potential savings? 

Talk to a solar expert—no pressure, just an opportunity to learn about your exact savings potential.

What to Expect During the Process of Going Solar

A Guide to Going Solar: What to Expect Step by Step

If you are interested in solar energy but not sure how to get started, you are not alone. Solar can be complex, but with the right resources and a little education, it can also be a lot of fun. Below you’ll find a quick and easy guide to help you on your solar journey and start saving.  

The Complete Solar Blog

If you made it this far on our website, you are likely an educated buyer who wants all of the details and information upfront. We’ve written the following solar blog articles just for you! Dive in and feel free to email sales@completesolar.com if you have any other questions you don’t see answered here.

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