How it works.
The Graceful process.
1. The Consultation
A member of our team will take a look at your usage and determine how much you can save by going solar. We will then go over all the details and ensure all your questions are answered and you are well informed of the procedure.
2. The Design
We will design a solar system that is custom to fit your home. It will be designed to power your home completely, all based from information gathered at the consultation.
3.The Permits and Installation
Here we will submit and recieve all paperwork and permits needed. Once permits have been received, we will install your solar system which typically is done in a single day.
4. The Activation
Once installation is complete we will notify your local city/county and they will complete an insepction and give us the final approval. Your panels will now start producing your cleaner, and cheaper energy.
WHY GO SOLAR NOW?
Zero Out of Pocket
Going solar requires no up-front cost and no extra money out of pocket, your already paying to power you home. When you switch to solar all you are doing is redirecting your money and powering your home for less.
Investment Tax Credit
Currently the ITC is 26% if the system in up and running by the end of 2021. A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in the income taxes that a person or company would otherwise pay the federal government. The ITC is based on the amount of investment in solar property.
More Money In Your Pocket
There are many reasons to go solar, and one of the biggest reasons is the thousands of dollar homes can save by switching. On average a home that switches to solar saves 30-40% of their monthly electric cost.
Solar energy systems do not produce air pollution or greenhouse gases. Using solar energy can have a positive, indirect effect on the environment when solar energy replaces or reduces the use of other energy sources that have larger effects on the environment.
Solar panels are viewed as upgrades, like a renovated kitchen or a finished basement, so purchasing a solar energy system will likely increase your home’s value. Studies show that homeowners pay a premium for a solar home.
Property Tax Exclusion
Currently Section 73 of the state’s revenue and taxation code allows a property tax exclusion for qualifying new solar installations. Meaning, your property taxes will not increase if you install solar on your property.
Net Energy Metering
Net Energy Metering (NEM) allows you to recieve credit from your utility provider for excess energy your solar system produces.