Residential Solar

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LEADING THE WAY WITH SOLAR

Young, old, single, families, and everyone in between are taking an interest in solar power systems to save money and invest. Solar power owners are taking charge of their own lives and leading the way into the future.

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Residential Solar Panel Installation

Will Solar Work for Your House?

Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana receive high levels of peak sunlight during the year, with high levels of available solar energy.

Most homes can easily be powered by solar energy. Some key factors include the home’s location, the directions the roof faces, and the extent to which trees and other buildings block sunlight from the roof. Even if your home’s orientation is not ideal for solar energy, we will find the best location for optimum production.

3 Easy Steps to Solar for Your Home

It is easier than ever to get solar panels for your home or house. Get started with a quote!

Step 1: Site Evaluation
Step 2: Financing
Step 3: Installation

Your solar energy system is designed to last 30 years or more, with little maintenance. In most cases, normal rainfall will keep your panels clean and working at peak efficiency. 

Benefits of Residential Solar Panels

The economics of solar are pretty simple: over the long term, a solar power system can provide an major return on your investment. Our team at will work with you to combine flexible financing options with government incentives to find maximum savings.

Of course, every home and installation presents its own unique solar power generation characteristics. We can only determine a price and projected savings for your home after consulting with you.

How much can you save with solar?

*Assumes an average electric rate of $0.12 per Kwh

**Assumes a $20 increase in home value for every $1 of annual electric savings, using the projected first-year electric savings. The amount of increase in home value is based upon a study of the effect of home energy efficiency on the value of a home published in the October 1999 issue of The Appraisal Journal. This assumption is consistent with a study released in July 2011 by the National Bureau of Economic Research which found a 3.5% increase in home value for homes with solar power generation systems and a study released in April 2011 by the U. S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory finding an increase in home values attributable to solar power generation systems of between $3.90 and $6.40 per watt of the DC rated capacity of the system.

^ Assumes an average electric rate of $0.12 per Kwh with an average annual increase of 2.56%. The electric savings are added to the projected increase in home value to arrive at the projected 25-year benefit of solar.

^^Payment amount assumes 25-year, 3.99% APR financing for 70% of the system price less the average monthly savings. Financing options are subject to credit approval. Call for qualification details.