WHY YOU SHOULD GO SOLAR
Start being self-reliant today by getting involved in renewable energy you can reduce or completely eliminate your electric utility bill today by either paying for solar energy monthly at a rate of almost half of what you pay the electric company today or just buy the solar system at a wholesale price and get a return on your investment in less than *3 years.
Lower Power Bill Payments
You can save by producing your own energy using solar power. The more power you produce the more you will save, not just by reducing your power bill but by improving and giving back to our environment and society's future.
Decrease your carbon footprint
You may have heard that because of the increased cost to enable us to clean the environments from pollution, we may soon see society force fees upon those that pollute and allow us to truly realize the benefits to utilizing renewable resources.
Increase Home or Business Value
The more awareness about solar that is understood the larger the potential for it to benefit the value of your home or business.
Why Choose Us
In some cities there is still some aspects of getting your solar system up and running that we can't control but we have the team and talent and process to give you the fastest result and help you through any delays that the city and inspection process may take.
Safety and Reliability
We are prepared to make safety number one when dealing with the products and people that we have really getting things done for you. We also choose to use the products, services, and people that have a known reliability that we will continue to improve and strive to be the best at.
Becoming Self-Reliant is key to also becoming Eco friendly. Our business is one major industry that strives on improving our environment and using products and processes that match that mind set.
Latest News Blog
The pace of solar energy expansion in America is catching speed, with a new solar system activated every 1.6 minutes in quarter three of 2015, up from every 2.5 minutes in 2014.
This year will go down as a banner year for solar energy. We expect new solar installations to reach a record-breaking 7.4 gigawatts (GW) by year’s end. And yet, the 2015 record is already looking like a distant memory, compared to what is to come.