1. Monthly Energy Bill Costs
Your average monthly energy bill will help determine whether or not your house is a good candidate for solar. A good general rule is that solar will make sense for a household with a monthly electric bill over $75. Because solar will replace your electric bill, you want to see the best return on investment possible. Vision Solar works closely with SunPower for financing options to make sure that you are saving the most money per month possible while helping the environment.
2. The Type of Roof on Your Home
Solar systems will work best with durable roofs made of concrete tiling, seam metal, and composite or asphalt shingles. Vision Solar has extensive experience in installing on other types of roofs such as clay and metal or stone coated steel. Reach out to us today to talk to an expert on your options.
3. Will Your Roof Need to be Replaced?
Because our solar panels can last 30+ years, it’s a good idea to make sure that your roof does not need to be replaced before installing solar. The savings from our solar panels could help pay for the cost of a new roof in as little as five years after installation, so it may be worth it to do any roof work before installing solar.
4. The Amount of Sunlight Your Roof Receives
There are plenty of valuable resources to determine whether or not your roof will receive enough sunlight to make your house a good candidate for solar. Google’s Project Sunroof is one. Vision Solar offers a tree removal service to help you get the most sunlight to your panels. Our panels are made to be extremely efficient in low-light conditions. Contact us today to set up a consultation with one of our experts.
If you think your house is a good candidate for solar, reach out to us to schedule a consultation with our experts.