Get the Best Deal with Residential Solar Power Buying Guides


| 6/23/2016 4:43:00 AM


Tags: solar power, home power, home economics, solar finance, North Carolina, Sarah Kezer,

Solar Panels With Skyscrapers

The advantages of solar energy are continuing to prove themselves for homeowners in the wake of huge declines in upfront costs, proven resale value benefits, as well as national and state tax rebates. Although the benefits of generating free electricity without any harm to the environment is a no brainer, the process of acquiring the right solar system for your home can become a little confusing.

Thanks to professional resources like the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), evaluating your solar power needs and understanding the best type of solutions for your home has never been easier. SEIA has made available several consumer guides to solar power that make it simpler for homeowners to properly evaluate offers (its best to get a number solar power quotes) and fully comprehend your agreement terms.

SEIA’s most recent residential consumer guide to solar power outlines several key areas:

Solar Panel Ownership

There are several options you have when it comes to solar panel installation on your house. The first step will be deciding the type of ownership you want with your system.

If you’re looking for the biggest return on investment and have saved up the money, you can buy the system outright. Now is a good time to do so considering that upfront costs have never been lower and electricity from utility providers continue to rise. You can also achieve ownership by securing a loan.




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