Wondering if solar panels are right for you? Millions of homeowners in the U.S. utilize (and benefit from) solar power on their property, and chances are you can too!
If you’ve ever thought “Should I get solar panels” and been unsure, answer these questions from our homeowner’s quiz to find out.
Does Your Home Have Energy Needs?
Your journey to solar begins with an assessment of your solar needs. Nearly every home has the need for electricity, so if you say yes, solar may be right for you. If you don’t know your home’s specific energy needs, a solar rep can help you.
Do You Want to Save on Utility Bills?
Have you noticed your monthly utility bills creeping up? Are you trying to save more money where you can? Homeowners who go solar can see significant savings on their utility bills. The average household can save hundreds of dollars every year that could amount to thousands of dollars back in your pocket over the lifetime of the system.
Do You Want to Increase Your Home’s Value?
Some studies show that solar panels can raise a home’s value by 4.1% on average across the U.S. Of course, this can vary from state to state but is ultimately good news for homeowners who want to invest in their home for the long term.
Do You Want More Predictable Utility Rates?
There’s nothing more frustrating than receiving a utility bill that is not what you expected, especially if it’s too high. With a custom solar system, you can have a much more stable utility bill because it will truly reflect your average energy use. No more surprise energy expenses mean you can create a better budget for yourself.
Do You Want to Help the Environment?
Solar power is environmentally conscious power. Over its lifespan, the average solar system can reduce carbon emissions equivalent to saving over 200 acres of forest.
Do You Want to Take Advantage of Solar Incentives?
Solar incentives have never been better. The Federal Tax credit for solar power allows you to deduct up to 26% of the cost of your solar system from your yearly taxes. Some energy companies also provide homeowners with money back if their system produces excess energy.
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, it may be time to invest in a brighter future with solar panels. While these aren’t the only considerations for going solar, they’re a good starting point on your path to more sustainable energy.
Once you decide that solar is the right choice for you, a Boundless representative can help you understand your options for the system itself, financing, and installation.
Contact the team at Boundless today for more information and a personalized quote.