Wouldn't it be great to lower or even eliminate your electric bills while ensuring a cleaner environment for generations to come? If so, then the answer is solar.
Our highly accredited team of solar integrators and designers customize every system to meet your unique energy requirements and goals. We guide you through the process and keep you informed every step of the way. It all begins with a quick, education-first consultation with one of our solar experts.
Unlike some companies that will simply sell you the system and then hand over the installation to a local subcontractor, we handle the entire project from start to finish. From sales and design to installation and service, when you choose us it's a relationship for the life of your system.
Arizona is one of the sunniest states in our country, receiving an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. This makes it an ideal location for going solar, as a solar energy system can generate a significant amount of energy from the sun's rays. By installing solar panels, homeowners can reduce their reliance on traditional energy sources, such as coal and natural gas, which helps lower their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint.
In addition to lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint, there are several other benefits to installing solar panels in Arizona. Solar can increase the value of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers if you decide to sell in the future. A solar energy system can also protect you from rising energy costs—the cost of electricity is only expected to rise over the coming years. As our electrical grid begins to age, installing solar also gives homeowners the first step in declaring their energy independence and starts their path to gain security in times of crisis.
Arizona offers several incentives for homeowners who install solar panels, including a state tax credit of up to $1,000 and no sales tax on the purchase of a solar energy system. In addition, the federal government offers a solar investment tax credit (ITC) of 30% for homeowners who install solar panels. This tax credit can help offset the cost of solar panel installation by up to 30% of the total cost.