Solar

26% Federal Tax Credit on commercial and residential solar installs completed in 2020. 

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Solar Cost

The price of solar has dropped by nearly 70% over the last decade.

Energy Savings

Reduce or even eliminate your monthly electric bill.

Increase Your Property Value

Solar panels can add up 24,000 to your home’s resale value.

Time For Solar

It is time to make the switch.

Solar costs have finally declined to a point where Solar makes sense for many homes and businesses. The time has arrived to make the investment in Solar and protect your home or business against the 3% on average rising cost per year of utility expenses. Solar is an investment not an expense; you will see an return on your investment over time. If reducing or eliminating your electric bill, increasing your property value, and seeing a positive return on your investment isn’t enough incentive; you will also be contributing to an energy independent U.S., reducing emissions, and helping to create American jobs in the Solar industry.

Time For Solar

It is time to make the switch.

Solar costs have finally declined to a point where Solar makes sense for many homes and businesses. The time has arrived to make the investment in Solar and protect your home or business against the 3% on average rising cost per year of utility expenses. Solar is an investment not an expense; you will see an return on your investment over time. If reducing or eliminating your electric bill, increasing your property value, and seeing a positive return on your investment isn’t enough incentive; you will also be contributing to an energy independent U.S., reducing emissions, and helping to create American jobs in the Solar industry.

Why Solar?

Just a few reason why.

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Reduced Cost Of Panels

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Reduce or eliminate your electric bill

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Increase your property value

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Great for the environment

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Dependable and Reliable

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Boost U.S. Energy Independence

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Tax Incentives

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Protect Against Rising Utility Costs

Federal Solar Tax Credit 2020

Commercial and Residential systems are eligible for a 26% federal tax credit.

The federal solar tax credit allows you to deduct 26% of installation costs from your federal taxes. This tax credit applies to both commercial and residential applications. The 26% deduction is for installs complete in 2020, starting in 2021 this tax deduction will be decreased to 22% and in 2022 their will be no residential federal tax credit and only 10% for commercial solar. Take advantage of this tax credit while it is still available!

Frequently Asked Questions

I live in Ohio, it isn't Sunny all of the time like Arizona or California. Is Solar worth it?

Yes. Absolutely. One of the biggest misconceptions about Solar is that it is only good in areas that have constant sunshine. There is a slight decrease in performance due to overcast days but we will size your system to account for that by adding approximately 20% more in panels to offset the reduction. 

How much does Solar cost?

There are many factors in the cost of a Solar system. Cost is dependent on how large of a system you need to accommodate your power usage as well as other factors such as adding a battery backup and other features. Our sales team will help you through the process of determining your needs and clearly lay out the costs as well as show you the savings from your system. Make sure to take advantage of the federal tax incentive as this will greatly reduce the cost of your system!

Still Have Questions?

We’d love to answer any questions you have about Solar!