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  • Writer's pictureJoe Corpus

Saving the Green: How Much Can You Expect to Save with Solar Power?

If you're thinking about using solar power for your home, you might be wondering how much money you can save by making the switch. The good news is that solar power can often be a cost-effective way to generate electricity for your home, but the amount of savings will depend on a few key factors.


How much power costs in your area is one thing to take into account. If power is pricey where you live (like in California), going solar could help you save money. Another thing to take into account is how much electricity you consume. If you consume a lot of power and spend over $150/month on electricity, going solar could help you save on your energy bills.


The size of the solar panel installation is another factor. It's important to have a system that is the right size for your needs. The position and orientation of your roof where the solar panels will be installed is also important. In many cases, solar panels work best when they are facing south and are angled towards the sun, therefore if your roof space is largely angled north, your property may not be well-suited for solar panels and may be less cost-effective. The efficiency of a solar panel system can also be impacted by how much of your roof is shaded and how much sun exposure it receives. Solar panels might not be a smart choice for your roof if it is substantially shaded or gets little sun exposure.


It's also important to look into any incentives and refunds that the federal, state, or municipal governments may be providing. These can assist lower the solar panel system's overall cost and boost your savings. For example, there is a 30% Federal solar tax credit that can help households save on installation costs.


To get a better idea of how much you can save by going solar, it's a good idea to get a cost estimate. We can help evaluate these factors and provide a more accurate estimate of the cost and savings of a solar panel system for your home.


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