Residential Solar Panel Installation Services for Your Home
It is time to stop renting electricity from the utility companies. Install solar panels to your home and generate your own power. This will allow you to reap short-term and long term financial and environmental benefits.
Are Solar Energy Options Right for You?
You may be asking yourself if solar power is right for you. We will give you an overview How long does a solar panel last, and is the lifetime savings worth it?
Home Solar Installations are a smart investment, regardless of whether you are soaking up the sun on the west coast and paying for electricity in the Northeast. There are many benefits and cons to solar energy. These are just a few of the things you should consider.
Considerations When You Explore Your Solar Options
- Rebates and incentives available
- The angle and direction of your roof’s roof.
- Age of your roof
- Shade or obstructions to your roof
- Current electricity prices
The Characteristics of Home Solar Installations
Although solar panels can be used in almost every home, the best homes for solar panel installation are those with the following roof characteristics:
- Roof facing south or west
- Roof angle of 30 degrees
- There are no obstructions to the roof surface such as skylights or chimneys.
- No trees or buildings cast shadows on your roof
- Relatively new roof
While the above qualities are ideal for a solar home, there are still many benefits to a solar installation. These are the factors to consider when assessing if your roof is suitable for solar.
Home Solar Installations for Residential Homes
- Rooftop solar panels can be installed on flat, metal, tile and shingle roofs.
- We coordinate with your builder/contractor and offer pre-construction consultation
- We also offer solar carports and ground mount solar energy systems
- Every solar panel installation is made with premium JBN Solar Pros solar technology
- All of our installation services come with the Complete Warranty
Why should you have solar panels installed at your home?
Solar panels are a smart investment that can save homeowners thousands of dollars on their electricity bills. It also increases the value of your home and helps reduce carbon emissions. There are many financing options available, including zero down payments and interest rates as low 0.99%. Find out more about the costs of solar panels for your home and how to save money with solar power.
What are the things you should consider before installing solar panels in your home?
Residential solar panels are becoming more popular than ever. Today, less than 2% of American homes have solar panels. However, solar capacity is expected to increase significantly due to a lot of sunshine, falling panel costs, and favorable policies.
These are some factors to consider when deciding if your home is suitable for solar panel installation.
- Shade is the number one reason people can’t install solar panels in their homes. Solar panel efficiency can be negatively affected by trees or other obstructions to sunlight throughout the day.
- Rooftop systems require that your roof is in good condition. Although it is desirable, but not necessary, for your home to be exposed to the sun or wind, this is an important consideration. All roof materials can have solar.
- Ground mount systems or solar carports, depending on your residential property, may be a good alternative to rooftop solar.
- If you plan to live in your home for at most 2 years, the economics of solar are not likely to make sense. Consider waiting to have solar installed on your new home if you plan to move very soon.
- It is cheaper to include solar in your home’s plans when you start building it. We will work closely with your developer to make sure the process runs smoothly.
There are many life changes that can lead to an increase in household electricity consumption. You might consider installing solar panels at home. You might consider moving to a bigger home, buying an electric car, installing a pool, or adding children to your household. Now is the best time to look into residential solar panels if your electricity bills are rising.