Will solar devalue my home?
Solar is a highly desirable feature with an increasing popularity with home buyers. In short, a solar system will not devalue your home, in fact, it should increase the overall value of your house.
How much will I save?
Savings vary based on the design and size of your system, as well as the slope and orientation of your roof (for rooftop systems). SolarCorp includes an energy savings estimate with your free, no-obligation quote.
What maintenance is required?
Absolutely none! A solar system has no moving parts whatsoever and will not require any sort of maintenance. Panels are rated for hail and can withstand the cold.
What about snow?
Solar panels actually produce a small amount of heat. Couple with the slick, sloped surface this heat allows any snowfall to slide right off of your panels, and there is never a need to clear snow from them.
How much does solar cost?
Just like savings, the cost of a solar system will depend on how big the the system you want is, and it will also be based on how and where you want your panels installed. The average price for a rooftop residential system from SolarCorp ranges from about 25 to 30 thousand dollars, without any rebates or incentives.
HOW CAN I TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SOLAR?
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