Residential Solar

Solar homeowners to use the sun to power everyday life: running your air conditioner, washing clothing, watching TV, cooking dinner. All while reducing your carbon footprint, and without burning fossil fuels or putting a strain on the electrical grid. And while the environmental benefits of solar power are significant, many homeowners find that the convenience, unique features, and cost savings of owning a solar power system are even more enticing.

Want to know about the details and benefits of solar powered energy systems for your home?

We’ll explain how solar powered homes work, factors that make your home a good candidate, environmental benefits, financial benefits, unique features, and much more to learn why a home solar power system may be a great investment for your home and lifestyle.

Homeowner's Guide to Going Solar

Purchasers of solar energy systems used in place of conventional energy systems Solar Tax Exemptions State real estate tax free on the addition of the system until after 2038.

Professionally installed to code the addition of solar on your rooftop actually strengthens the roof against hurricane uplift.

A typical solar panel installation takes 1-2 days after the solar panels and equipment arrive.
Solar panel installation will usually involve 2-4 installers working together to complete the job.

An initial close inspection will determine if your property's roof structure and cover is in very good condition. the panels will be added protection for what is below it.

To maximize the value of the Sun's rays, consider adding water tight thermal heat exchange sub-panels inside of the back of the solar panels. Fitted water heating inserts for your domestic hot water or swimming pool heater will increases the system overall efficiency 3 fold.

Although the State of Florida lacks a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), it does mandate Net Metering requirements.
So when your home is consuming less than the power generated by the Sun, the excess is goes back to the Grid running your electric meter in reverse. You essentially receive the retail price for each kWh returned to the Grid.

A free in-home consultation to define the homeowner’s needs

A review of electricity usage and energy saving methods

Customized design of photovoltaic systems to offset electrical bill

Design, permitting and installation