The homeowners of this Truro residential solar installation will save over $2,300 annually! Located near the tip of Cape Cod, this solar array stands to generate more than 6,500 kWh of clean solar energy each year. That’s the equivalent of 1.6 tons of waste recycled instead of landfilled every year!
Save money with solar
Cape Cod residents are passionate about saving the environment, and this passion can help them save money when they choose solar. According to Boston.com, “the average Massachusetts household can save an estimated $35,900 over the next 20 years by installing a rooftop solar system.”
If you’re curious about how much you could save, we encourage Cape Cod residents and business owners to contact us for a free, no-contact solar assessment. Since every property is unique, a site assessment helps us provide you with an accurate estimate.
If you want to see an even larger return on your investment, buying your solar electric system outright provides the most savings (Consumer Reports agrees). However, if you are reluctant about solar’s up-front costs, there are solar loans available. Financing like this can make solar installation more financially accessible for homeowners. We are happy to help educate and guide you through the process. We can even help you file the paperwork if you decide to pursue a solar loan.
Earn money with solar
Solar energy does more than help you save money on electricity. Choosing solar can also increase your home’s market value. According to Money magazine, “solar panels increase a home’s value by 4.1%.” For a $450,000 home, that translates to a savings of $18,450!
As clean energy continues to become more mainstream, solar homes are projected to be more valuable in the future. Therefore, your solar installation will continue to save you money even if you decide to sell your home.
Save the environment
Solar offers more than incredible financial benefits. This clean energy source is also an excellent investment for the environment. Solar panels do not create air pollution or greenhouse gases. Which means that going solar can ease the impact of climate change.
Contact us today to learn more or schedule a free, no-contact site assessment.