Save Money & Increase Your Home's Value By Going Solar Today!

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What's This All About?

I’m excited to announce a new partnership with Jason Biava, Owner of Atlas Total Home. Jason and his team have been serving my family and this region for decades.  If you ever need something done on your home or property these are the people to call!
I care about each of you and your home.  Installing solar on your home is quickly becoming one of the best ways to increase the value of your home while at the same time cutting your overall cost of electricity. Jason has offered to extend a free assessment and solar proposal to all of my clients! Here are some of the key benefits of going solar:

To get you started, all you have to do is fill out your basic info on the form right on this page and we will reach out to you and take it from there! I’m confident you will want to take advantage of this offer and will benefit in a huge way from solar!

Why You Should Go Solar NOW!

Now is the ideal time to embrace solar energy and make the transition to a sustainable future. Going solar not only reduces your carbon footprint but also offers substantial financial benefits. With advancements in technology and increased accessibility, solar power has become more affordable than ever. By harnessing the sun’s abundant and renewable energy, you can significantly lower your electricity bills and, in some cases, even eliminate them entirely. Beyond the financial advantages, adopting solar energy contributes to a cleaner environment by decreasing dependence on non-renewable resources and reducing harmful emissions.

Additionally, many governments and local authorities offer incentives and rebates to encourage the adoption of solar power, making the transition even more cost-effective. By going solar now, you not only invest in your financial well-being but also play a crucial role in building a more sustainable and eco-friendly world for generations to come.

Men workers installing solar panels on roof of house.
Will solar panels still work on cloudy days?

Of course! Solar panels can still generate electricity on cloudy days, although their efficiency may be reduced. While direct sunlight optimally activates photovoltaic cells, solar panels can harness diffuse sunlight, which scatters through the clouds. Modern solar technologies are designed to capture and convert this diffused sunlight into electricity. The impact of cloudy weather on solar panel performance varies; some systems incorporate tracking mechanisms to adjust the panel angles, optimizing energy capture. Despite reduced efficiency during overcast days, a well-designed solar installation can still contribute to your energy needs and, in some cases, excess energy can be stored or supplemented from the grid. It’s important to note that even in areas with frequent cloud cover, solar power remains a viable and sustainable energy solution.

Are solar panels suitable for my location?

Solar panels can be installed in a wide range of locations, as long as there is access to sunlight. Even in areas with occasional cloud cover, solar panels can generate significant energy. The efficiency of solar panels depends on factors like the angle of installation, shading, and the number of sunlight hours. Our installers conduct site assessments to determine the optimal placement for panels, ensuring that the system performs optimally for your specific location and environmental conditions.

How does solar energy actually work?

Solar energy works by harnessing sunlight through photovoltaic (PV) cells, commonly found in solar panels. When sunlight strikes these cells, it excites electrons, generating an electric current. This direct current (DC) is then converted into usable alternating current (AC) electricity by an inverter, making it compatible with household appliances and the electrical grid. The energy produced can either be used immediately, stored in batteries for later use, or fed back into the grid, depending on the system setup.






(Conditions apply – qualified homeowners only.)