Energy rates increase every year, but solar has potential savings. We design your system to offset your electricity consumption. This means you can produce all the energy you need, even for those hot summers. Don’t worry, you can keep the AC on! With solar, your air conditioner will run on sunshine during the day, letting you avoid possible high peak rates.
Scheduled maintenance or unforeseen weather can cause outages, especially in the summer. The best thing you can do is be prepared with a solar system and batteries. In the event of an outage, you can keep your house running. Talk to your dealer about what batteries are the right fit for your system and lifestyle.
Arizona is known for its deserts, mountains, canyons, and forests. It is no wonder that Arizonans want to preserve their natural wonders. Every homeowner that installs solar is directly contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gasses, such as CO2 from the state. Going solar may help you save money while helping the environment.
You may notice that as the temperatures rise, so does your energy bill. High Time of Use rates (TOU) can make your bills unpredictable. Take the power back by avoiding them altogether. Your energy system will produce electricity during the hottest times of day, and your batteries will have your back at night. You may not even need to use any energy from your utility.
Many homeowners go solar to increase home equity. The average Arizona home is worth $315,554, that is a 16.5% annual increase.* According to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), purchasing a solar power system can increase your home’s resale value by an average of 17%. Solar is just another way to keep up with the market.**