Is Going Solar Worth it in Florida?
It’s easy to guess why homeowners in Florida are switching to solar. Take advantage of sunny days by installing solar panels for your home today!
How Much Do Solar Panels Cost in Florida?
Installation prices vary and depend on a few factors, including your state, energy usage, and the size of your home. To save on costs, our solar customers can take advantage of the Federal Solar Tax Credit.
What Are the Benefits of Going Solar in Florida?
Besides saving on your electricity bills now and in the future, going solar has many benefits for the environment! By installing solar panels, you reduce your need for fossil fuels by creating clean, renewable energy from the sun. Did we mention how much you’ll save on your electric bill?
Florida solar customers can take advantage of the Federal Solar Tax Credit which reimburses residents 26% of their solar panel installation cost.
Going Solar in Florida FAQs
If you can afford to pay your electricity bill you can afford to go solar. In the past, solar required a huge up-front investment. With current incentives, if you qualify you can switch to solar with 0 out of pocket expense.
In addition to the many environmental benefits, when you install a solar energy system on your property, you save money on your electricity bills and protect yourself against rising electricity rates in the future.
If you decide to sell your home your agreement is easily transferable to the new homeowner. They have the opportunity to go back in time to what the rates were when you went solar. Studies show that homes with solar sell quicker and for more money.
Solar is a simple, minimum-maintenance technology. Unlike other energy technologies, solar panels contain no moving parts. This means it’s not likely your equipment will fail. You should not have to replace your panels at all during their lifetime. In the unlikely event there is a problem, your system comes equipped with a 25 year warranty for peace of mind.
No, solar panels are not illegal in Florida. The Florida Solar Rights Act is a state law forbidding any entity—including homeowner associations—from prohibiting the installation of solar or other renewable energy devices on Florida buildings.
Since solar panels are waterproof, they’re unlikely to sustain any damage from hurricane weather. Regardless, most homeowners’ insurance policies cover solar panels as a structural component of the home, so if some damage does occur, you’ll be taken care of.
With decades of combined experience, we will provide you with a tailored plan for your home that fits your energy and financial needs. We have a high set of standards that we hold ourselves accountable to. We care about our customers, and because of that, we pride ourselves on creating long term relationships with the families that we serve.
Join the Solar Movement Today
- 2.5 million homeowners across the country have already made the smart decision to upgrade to solar
Combat Rising Electricity Prices
- Electricity prices across the country are rising at a record pace. With solar, you can ensure your rates stay low for the next 25+ years
Learn About Solar Incentives
- Take advantage of "never been better" solar incentives and get money back from the energy companies
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