50%- 90% Homeowners save on average anywhere from 50 to 90 percent of their electricity bill. Everyone uses electricity in different ways. It truly depends on your home and lifestyle.
We can show you specifically based off of your energy usage how much you can save with solar and other energy efficiency options.
Expensive compared to what? It’s more expensive to do nothing. The fact is solar and installation has dropped dramatically in price, making it affordable for every homeowner. Furthermore, you’re going to pay for electricity no matter what so why not own your own electricity? By going solar, you are investing in yourself and your home. Lastly, you are guaranteed at least a 3% increase by your utility provider every year. Three percent sounds insignificant, but it adds up quickly.
No. Your electricity pan might change a bit but they are not going to charge you an additional fee.
We can tell you exactly what plan you will have and explain the ins and outs of each plan and tell you how it will affect you when your solar panels are not producing.
Both benefit the homeowner. When a homeowner overproduces power it gets sent back into the grid and the electricity company pays you for the electricity you overproduce.
Demand charges are a fee when you are draw a high load of electricity from the grid at peak times. Solar reduces the amount of power needed from the grid and reducing the demand on the grid.
We can structure a program for any homeowner. For most homeowners to take advantage of the $0 out of pocket. They will must be the homeowner first and foremost, still taxes and must be current on their mortgage and other financial responsibilities.
The best thing you can do is to speak with one of our energy consultants so they can give you the most specific information
Yes, there are many different federal incentive program for renewable energy.There a number of factors (ie, tax liability, size of system, home equity etc.) There is no generic incentive qualification information.
We have Sundrop Solar offices in three states each state’s incentive program is different. Our consultants are experts in each state’s incentive programs.
One of our energy consultants can sit down with you and teach you the nuances of the programs that pertain to you.
We use Kyocera Panels. Kyocera panels are incredibly efficient and have a long life span. Kyocera has been in the renewable industry for years. Developing products for both solar electric and hydro-electric. You would be surprised if your knew how many Kyocera products you have in your home right now!
Kyocera, like us have the same business model, YOU. Reviews.com voted Kyocera best customer service March 31, 2016
Solar panels are generally self cleaning, but in particularly dry areas or where panel tilt is minimal, dust and other substances such as bird droppings can build up over time and could impact on the amount electricity generated by a module.
Solar panel can be cleaned with an everyday garden hose.
Note: If dirt and grime is more stubborn a sponge or soft cloth can be used for a deeper cleaning. Yet is rarely necessary
Photovoltaic panels can use direct or indirect sunlight to generate power, though they are most effective in direct sunlight. Solar panels still work even when the light is reflected or partially blocked by clouds. Rain actually helps to keep your panels operating efficiently by washing away any dust or dirt.
We DON’T work with leases. They don’t help the homeowner or the next homeowner. We want every homeowner gets the most bang for the buck. That doesn’t happen when homeowners agree to a lease.
Simply, leases are the equivalent to buying a car and leasing your tires.
There are many different types of solar technology the primary three are photovoltaic (PV), solar heating and cooling (SHC), and concentrating solar power (CSP). Depending on your lifestyle one will be more effective an another.
PV panels directly produce electricity from sunlight, while SHC technologies use thermal (heat) energy to change the temperature of water and air. PV panels have no moving parts, and use an inverter to change the direct current (DC) power they produce to usable alternating current (AC) power. SHC technologies are often used to heat water for domestic or commercial use, but can also be used to heat or cool the air in buildings.
Most concentrating solar power systems use concentrated sunlight to drive a traditional steam turbine, creating electricity on a large scale. There are also concentrating solar technologies that use photovoltaic technology to produce electricity without a thermal process.
You. I know it sounds cheesy, but this company was build by people who believe they can make a difference everyday. From our consultants to installers to project coordinators even the accountant. We able to set ourselves apart from the rest because we focus on the the needs of the homeowners.
If we leave the world a better place, we all win.
A Drop Of Sun Can Go A Long Way
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Arizona Office: 415 S. 48th Street Suite 100
Tempe AZ 85281
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