Solar FAQs

Can A Solar PV System power my entire house?

 

Yes!

The solar energy produced from your system will power your entire home, including your AC, pool heater, and any large appliances! Even on a cloudy or rainy day, your solar power system will be able to power your entire home. On clear, sunny days your photovoltaic solar power system will produce more energy than it takes to power your solar home. The extra energy that is produced is sold back to the grid to make up for darker days.

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Why is it a good time to invest in solar?

 

Its affordable!

Solar panel costs are are at an all time low, so now is the perfect time to invest in this renewable energy source. There is also a 30% federal tax credit for investing in alternative and green energies. When make an investment in solar energy you can get rid of your pesky FPL bill and gain your energy independence from your photovoltaic solar system.

 

CAN I STILL GET SOLAR IF I HAVE A HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION?

 

Yes!

As a homeowner in Florida, you have the right to install solar panels on your property and on your roof. We use specific mounting methods depending on your type of roof and can install rooftop solar systems on all types of roofs (ie. flat, shingle, metal, tile).

 

Can you install solar panels on a tile roof?

 

Yes!

The majority of our solar panel installations are on tile roofs. We use specific mounting methods depending on your type of roof and can install rooftop solar systems on all types of roofs (ie. flat, shingle, metal, tile).

 

Do I need battery backup?

 

Nope!

You don’t need a solar generator or extra battery because our systems are grid tied. During the day your solar energy system actually produces more power than you need to power your solar home. The extra supply of energy your solar panels are producing is actually sold back to the grid to make up for time at night or during stormy times when the sun isn’t shining to make sure that you are net zero for the year.

 

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