Ten Reasons Why You Should Go Solar in Seattle: 

Solar Panel Installation Cost Calculator Going solar has amazing benefits for your home, your family, and the world at large. Here are ten of the best reasons to go solar!

1. Say Goodbye to Crazy Electric Bills

By going solar, you can greatly reduce or even totally eliminate your monthly electric bill.

2. Increase Your Property Value

Solar panels can more than pay for themselves by increasing the value of your home. Solar panels will make your home more attractive to savvy home buyers.

3. Help Create Jobs

By going solar, you are helping contribute to solar industry job creation.

4. It’s Better for the Environment

Unlike conventional electricity, solar energy does not pollute. Lower your carbon footprint and gain peace of mind from knowing you’re doing the right thing for the earth.

5. Tax Incentives

In order to encourage more consumers to go solar, the federal government offers great tax incentives. By having a solar system installed, you could be eligible for a 30% tax credit.

6. Help the U.S. Become Energy Independent

Solar energy helps the country become less dependent on foreign oil.

7. Protect Your Roof

Solar panels can help protect your roof from harsh weather, saving you money in roof repairs and helping your roof to last longer.

8. Escape Rising Energy Bills

It seems that electric bills are always going up, sometimes in an unpredictably dramatic fashion. Your solar system comes with stable, manageable payment plans- no surprises here!

9. Solar is Dependable and Reliable

Modern solar technology provides customers with consistent, dependable, and reliable energy.

10. Be a Trendsetter!

In a few years, solar will be everywhere. Right now the leaders and early adopters are crucial in setting a good example to show their friends and neighbors the way.

Does Your Home Qualify?

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Benno A. Deifel finally got the hint…we have 5 panels and are so happy we did it. Always hot water at NO COST – for 10 years now. Paid for itself.
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Mary Chewning Not exactly what you think. You get 40% off the cost and the rest comes over the years in utility saving due to the solar. Still a good deal for a home owner, even if you finance the 60%.
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Fred R. McMullen We switched to solar years ago. It covers 100% of our power
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Carolyn Watt All solar is of no cost to the homeowner, if they get the pay as you go program! The solar company owns the panels that they install free of charge! The custome…See More.
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Edward Avila Just ordered mine today!.
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