Protect against rising energy costs by installing a solar system!
Why install a PowerHouse Solar System?
Lock in your low monthly payment.
You essentially exchange your monthly electric bill for a monthly solar payment. Energy costs may rise in the future, but your payment will remain the same. And eventually, when your system is paid off, you have significant savings.
$0 down, no up front fees
Not only do we save you money each month, and down the line, but we carry the upfront costs. No need to put money down for installation or permits. It’s like an investment, but without the initial fees. You are in charge, free of charge.
Increase the value of your home
While you’re saving money on energy, you’re increasing your home’s value. That makes your solar investment even more attractive to future homebuyers. By installing solar, it benefits your lifestyle now and theirs to come.
Will solar work for you?
Got sunshine? Are your power bills are over $150 a month? Then you are the perfect candidate for solar!
So, where do we start? The first step is completing an evaluation to determine if installing a photovoltaic (PV) system is feasible and cost effective. We can visit your home or business. Based on your information, through a phone call or visit, we’ll provide a free written analysis of your site’s solar potential. Plus, we’ll give you a preliminary installation quote.
To move forward, we’ll visit your site, verify the accuracy of our data, finalize the design, and confirm or adjust the quote. Contact us to schedule a site survey.
Federal Tax Incentives
The federal tax incentive for residential customers is currently a 30% credit. State and local incentives may be available. For commercial customers, a five-year accelerated depreciation is also possible. Visit www.dsireusa.org for more details.
Generally, a tax credit is more valuable than an equivalent tax deduction. Why? Because a tax credit reduces tax dollar-for-dollar, while a deduction only removes a percentage of the tax owed. You can itemize purchases on your federal income tax form, which will lower the total amount of taxes due to the government. – Source: U.S. Department of Energy