How Much You Save When You Install Solar Panels

If you’re thinking about adding solar power to your home, it’s essential to understand the steps involved and your financing options. This article will also highlight the potential savings on installation costs and electricity expenses.

What can you expect to save by installing solar panels?

Adding a photovoltaic solar system can lead to significant savings on your electricity bill.

How much electricity do you use?

Solar panels can pay off more if you have high electricity bills.

How much direct sunlight does your home receive?

This factor affects the effectiveness of your solar panels. Learn more about Net Metering, which deals with the retail rate charged by your electricity provider for any excess energy generated.

Installing Solar Panels on Your Home

Concerns about the installation process are common among homeowners. Some worry it might be slow or disruptive, especially if their home is unique.

At ESD Solar, we’ve encountered various situations and can put your mind at ease. We’ll provide you with an upfront timeline for the project, handle the design and installation, and accommodate any delays beyond your control. Our professional team ensures a smooth, high-quality, stress-free process.

Here are the simple steps to go solar with us:

  1. Schedule a free solar consultation.
  2. We’ll design your custom solar system.
  3. Obtain all the necessary permits for the project.
  4. Install your system with us.
  5. Start saving money with solar energy.

What Are My Options for Solar Financing?

Solar panel installations don’t have to break the bank. There are several resources available to lower the cost of installation.

Through our partnerships with home improvement lenders, financing your solar system becomes straightforward. You won’t need to make any upfront payments, and the process is quick and easy.

Additionally, the Federal Solar Tax Credit can further reduce your costs. You can receive a 26% credit on the total project cost, including permitting, equipment, and installation, applied to your federal tax return.

If you owe federal taxes, you can deduct 26% of the project costs from your IRS debt. Keep in mind that this 26% tax credit will expire on December 31, 2022, and then decrease to 22% by 2023. So, now is the ideal time to maximize your savings!

Join us at ESD Solar, and let’s harness the power of solar energy to save you money.

This post was written by Daniel Massaad, owner and expert solar technician at Energy Solutions Direct! ESD is the top choice for solar panels Clearwater FL! Our licensed and certified contractors are masters of their craft; with years of experience servicing the great Tampa Bay area and beyond, the choice is simple. ESD excels at offering you the best in solar value!