The Learning Center is the place to understand the process, products, available financing, and questions asked most often, so you can better educate yourself as you decide that our company and services are right for you.
- Are you looking to make energy efficiency upgrades to your home or business?
We can be your single point of contact to help you achieve your efficiency objectives.
- Think of us as your trusted Energy Advisor.
We’ll help you reduce energy demand and implement alternative energy strategies, all while increasing your comfort, safety, and energy security.
- We’ll help you select the most appropriate solutions for your budget.
We work with utilities, agencies and rebate programs on your behalf to identify financing and incentive options for your renewable energy or energy efficiency project.
- We finish what we start.
We oversee design and installation of options and conduct annual retests to ensure comfort and energy savings are being met.
Do you want to increase your property value?
Most home renovation choices are subjective—you may love upgrading to granite countertops this year, but when you try to sell your home, you find the buyer wants stainless steel. In contrast, the value of solar panels is objective: they decrease your electric bills, providing value to you and anyone else who owns your home.
See Your Home Value Increase Over Time
Going solar increases the value of your home and may help it sell faster. According to theNational Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), for every $1 in annual electricity bill savings that your panels generate, the value of your property goes up an average of $20. By decreasing your electricity bills, solar provides immediate value to you and to anyone else who owns your home in the future.
And unlike most home improvements, which depreciate in value with age, solar panels will increase in value over time as electricity prices rise. What will electricity prices be in the future when you sell your home? The higher they are, the more people are willing to pay for an efficient home, so solar panels are like a hedge against increasing electricity rates. So even if you don’t plan to stay in your home for a long period of time, your solar panels are still a good investment—better even than a kitchen or bath remodel.