Solar Buying Guide - Step 1
Whether Solar Makes Sense for You
The first step in shopping for solar should be to consider whether it's worth the trouble. Getting the right system is not easy, but you can save yourself a lot of time if you first find out whether it makes sense for you. If not, you can quit right there.
But to see whether it would make sense for you, you need some information about the factors that matter. That is the purpose of the Solar Buying Guide - Step 1. It covers
■ Doubts about solar. Some are reasonable, some aren't.
■ Will solar pay for you? How much? When?
■ Is your house suitable for solar?
■ Can you afford it?
■ When is the best time to acquire it? Now or later?
■ Concerns about installing, looks, usage, maintenance, monitoring.
■ Payback period: how long until you recover your investment.
■ Selling a house with solar: how much of your investment will you recover.
It also links to articles on our website that help you get started on the shopping process:
■ How Not to Shop for Solar: the way usually recommended is just wrong.
■ The Truth About Solar Websites: buyer beware.
■ The Right Way to Shop for Solar: outlines the process.
■ Environmental Benefits of Solar
The guide comes with its own Checklist that you can use to record your facts, decisions, and notes as you read. You'll end up with a handy summary of exactly what you want and what questions to ask. Very useful when it's time to talk with an installer.
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