How to Choose Solar
The most important thing to keep in mind is that even though solar is a great investment for most families, it is also not for everyone. There is no cookie-cutter solution, and if any solar contractor offers you one, do not buy it.
So how do you know which contractors you can trust? Just ask me. I have worked with many of them personally, and I am aware of which companies to stay away from and which offers great solar solutions that could fit your needs.
Should you go with a Solar Purchase? Solar Finance? Solar Lease? Or are you better with a Solar PPA (Power Purchase Agreement). Again, it will depend entirely on your own unique family's financial needs. (For more info this article is a good read).
But I can help you determine your ROI (return on investment), your price / kWh / month, how much savings you can expect to save each year with solar and how solar will save you hundreds if not thousands on your utility electric bills.
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-Modules and Module manufacturers
-Inverters (Standard vs. Micro-Inverters)
-DC-DC Optimizing Converters
-Operations and Maintenance
The technology involved in solar for residential homeowners may not be rocket science, but it can be overwhelming for many. Although most solar contractors make an honest attempt to design the optimal system, some information slips through the cracks that could mean hundreds if not thousands of dollars in savings over a 20-25 years period that you do not want to miss out on!
Have the peace of mind that you deserve with a solar decision that will save you thousands over the lifetime of the system. As an independent consultant, I am on your side, helping you determine your unique solar needs.
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