With expensive utilities and good state incentives, payback time to go solar at home in New York is quick. And financing options offer solar with no money down.
Many homeowners wonder if they should wait for solar panels to get better or cheaper. The short answer: No. But don’t take our word for it. Listen to the experts.
Find out how a BPI certified contractor can add value to your custom home or remodel.
An inverter is the brain of any solar energy system. And the type of inverter you choose can make your home solar array smart or not so smart in producing energy.
There’s still time to get the 30% federal solar tax credit for 2017 and qualify for the 40 cent/watt NYSERDA solar block incentive — if you act soon.
Lisa Sheehan of Ticonderoga got solar panels flush with her roof that look stunning. She paid no money down and has cut her electric bill to nearly zero.
A solar + construction company can give you a better solar installation for less money than a national installer that only does solar alone.
One New York solar incentive can save the average homeowner $3,200. But it’s about to go away. Learn how you can still qualify to get the full incentive.