To receive the full benefits of solar energy, your home needs to be as energy efficient as possible. The more inefficient your home – including insulation failures, faulty HVAC, and other concerns, the more solar panels you’ll need to accommodate that increased energy usage, which can lead to increased costs. We recommend hiring an energy professional to assess your home’s energy efficiency and identify problem areas.If the financial savings of going solar are just as important as the eco-friendly benefits, start by comparing the rates for electricity and natural gas in your area with those of residential solar energy. You should also contact your utility company to see if “net metering” is available. This is an arrangement where you send the unused energy from your home’s solar panels back to the utility energy grid for credit on your energy bills.
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