Isn’t getting solar panels installed expensive?

Ah, the million-dollar question! Well, not quite that much. Solar panels can be a bit of an investment upfront, but think of it as a long-term savings plan. The costs have come down significantly in recent years, and with government incentives and lower electricity bills, you'll be seeing some green in your wallet in no time.

Can solar power REALLY generate enough power to run our home?

Yes it can!  Our experts will work with you to determine the number of solar panels your home will need based on your historical electricity usage.  Our goal is for solar to produce at least 103% of your home's average electricity needs, since we don't use electricity the same every day.

Will solar panels still work when it's cloudy?

The sun's behind the clouds, but it's not hiding! Solar panels can still generate electricity on cloudy days, just not as much as on sunny days. They're like your favorite plant - they might not bloom as much on a cloudy day, but they'll still grow!

Will installing solar affect my credit?

Although there will be a credit check performed if you choose to go solar, it will be similar to the same type of credit check that is performed if you choose a new cell provider or cable company.  Solar is considered a service, so the best part is that it won't affect your debt-to-income ratio!  You can confidently go solar without worrying about any negative impacts to future big-ticket purchases that you might be considering.

I live in a neighborhood with an HOA. Will I still be able to install solar?

Fear not, solar enthusiast! Texas and California have solar rights laws that prevent HOAs from banning solar energy systems on their properties in most cases, so you can go solar with confidence! Plus, solar panels can often be installed discreetly to maintain your community's aesthetics.  We will assist in working with your HOA to get the necessary approvals before we schedule your installation so you can go solar without any hassles!

Will installing solar panels damage my roof?

Not if it's done right! A professional installation won't damage your roof. In fact, solar panels can provide an extra layer of protection, extending your roof's lifespan. So, they're not just saving you money on energy bills; they're helping your roof weather the storm!