There is no one-size-fits-all approach to solar power. Each customer’s energy usage needs are individual and require analysis. So, when people ask, “Can’t you just give me a ballpark figure?” we would prefer to give you an accurate answer to your question than just one off the top of our heads.
Consider this: how much does a meal cost? Before you can answer that question, there are several determining factors to consider, such as: Are you driving through a fast-food restaurant? Going to a sit-down, fancy hotel? Or will you be cooking at home? As you can see, the question can only be answered accurately once important details are considered.
Electricity and food consumption vary in similar ways. A family in a 2,000 square-foot home may use two or three times as much power as the family next door in a similar-sized house. Varying local, state, and federal rebates, tax incentives, and municipal discounts also cause costs to fluctuate.
By providing us your last 12 months’ utility bill numbers, we can take a look at your unique energy usage patterns and calculate your exact savings with solar. We also check for necessary roof or ground space, size, shape, and any shade issues to help us design a system exactly the right size to meet your current and future needs. Even if you’re ‘just looking’ at the moment, our free site analysis will be a valuable research tool in deciding whether to install a solar system at your home or business.
If we can save you money versus what you’re currently paying, we’ll let you know how much. If we can’t, we’ll let you know why not. Often, our best answer to the question, “How much does solar cost?” is: “It costs you more every day that you don’t have it.”