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“This system has been the best financial energy decision we have ever made. Installation was quick and simple and their team did such a great job.”

– Armando from Montgomery, NY

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Increase The Value Of Your Home

Recover nearly all the investment costs of solar panels if you move, on top of your annual energy savings.

Save Money On Your Monthly Utility Bill

In most states, solar costs less than energy from the utility, so you can save on your bill and with our $0 down programs, making the switch to solar is easy.

Utilizes Renewable Energy

Solar panels reduce your dependency on a volatile energy market by producing clean, pure energy directly from the sun.

Fun Fact: Solar creates 91% less CO2 pollution than natural gas and 96% less than coal.

Achieve Energy Independence

Solar energy is unlimited, reliable, bountiful and clean. It’s the most natural way to power your home!

Flexible Payment Options to Help You Save

Whether you’re looking to lease, finance, or buy outright we have options for you. Together with applicable incentives there are even more potential savings.

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Down Payment $0 Down$0 DownPayment Upon Installation
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Tax Incentives
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25 Year Warranty
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$0 Down
Ownership
Infinity Energy
Tax Incentives
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Fixed
Payment Duration
25 Years
25 Year Warranty
Loan
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$0 Down
Ownership
You
Tax Incentives
Monthly Payment
Fixed
Payment Duration
5, 10, 15 Years
25 Year Warranty
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Down Payment
Payment Upon Installation
Ownership
You
Tax Incentives
Monthly Payment
None
Payment Duration
No Payment Duration
25 Year Warranty

Our Experts Will Perform A Full Analysis To Ensure You Qualify For The Maximum Incentives In Your Area.

Breakdowns Unlikely

Solar panels have very few moving parts that could breakdown or rust from exposure to the elements. Today’s solar panels are made from strong materials, such as high-impact tempered glass, that can hold up to the toughest weather and of course, the heat of the sun. Our panels come with a 25-year-warranty and many systems last up to 30 years or more when properly maintained.

During installation, each panel is inspected for defects before it is installed on your roof. If the panel is not operating properly, it will be replaced with another. Once your array of solar panels has been installed, it is very unlikely that one will fail.

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Why Solar Power?

Solar power is a source of renewable, clean energy. The cost of rooftop solar panels is going down every year, and many people are switching to solar. Right now, there are over two million solar installations across the United States, and that number is growing all the time. Here’s why you should consider adding home solar panels to your own residence:

Reduce or Eliminate Your Electric Bill

While a rooftop solar installation is a big upfront cost, it can significantly reduce your electric bill, or even eliminate it altogether. Most urban and suburban solar installations are tied to the grid. That means that if your solar panels produce more electricity than you can use, it is sent to the grid. When that occurs, the utility company will actually pay you for the electricity your home produces.

You May Qualify for Tax Credits

You may also qualify for a tax credit or some other type of incentive from your state. Likewise, many local utility companies will help you install solar and may even offer rebates.

Increase the Value of Your Home

Home solar panels will very likely increase your home’s resale value. Homebuyers will pay premium prices for a solar home; in fact, a study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that on average, the value of a solar home increased by an average of $15,000.

How Many Solar Panels are Needed to Power a Home?

That depends on how much electricity you use. First, you need to calculate how many kilowatt-hours of electricity you’ll need. The easiest way to do this is to study your current electric bill for several months, to see how much power you’re currently using.

Also, you’ll want to add up your kilowatts during the months of peak use — whether it is in the summer, when you’re running the air conditioner, or whether you tend to use more energy to stay warm during the winter. Your utility company may also be able to assist you in determining what your total kilowatt-hours were for the previous year and how they break down by season.

The average American home uses around 10,400 kWh per year. If you install 250-watt solar panels, you’ll need 28-34 panels to provide 100% of your energy. The number of panels will also depend on your location: An area with abundant, year-round sunshine will need fewer panels, and a place with frequent overcast skies will need more.

Using energy-efficient appliances and lighting is also advisable in a solar home. The more you can reduce your overall energy consumption, the better for your energy savings and for the environment as well.

With all the economic and environmental advantages, it’s never been a better time to go solar! Most solar panel installations can be completed in one day, making it even easier to make the switch to solar power. Contact us today for a quote.

Solar Panel Maintenance at a Minimum

Usually, the only maintenance that your solar system will require is to be kept clean. This will help keep it running efficiently.  Accumulations of dust, grime, and bird droppings could affect the efficiency of your system by reducing the amount of sunlight that can be absorbed by the panels.  Most of the time, Mother Nature will take care of a lot of this with the occasional rain shower, but there may be times when your solar panels need some additional TLC from you. It is best to clean your solar panels every few months or if you notice that they are particularly dirty. This is often the case during the spring when they may become covered with a layer of pollen or in the fall when leaves have accumulated on your roof.

How to Clean Your Solar Panels

The easiest way to clean off your solar panels is to just give them a rinse with your garden hose. If your panels need a little more attention than just a rinse, you can clean them with some soapy water and a long pole that has a squeegee, which is commonly used for cleaning high windows. Gently scrub your panels to remove the grime and then rinse with a garden hose. If your panels are too high to reach without a ladder or some areas are not accessible, contact us and we can guide you.

Winter Solar Panel Maintenance

For most of the winter, your solar system should not require any additional care. Because of their dark color and ability to absorb heat energy, snow should melt and slide off your panels during a light snowfall. Mother Nature’s snowfall and rain ultimately clean your solar panels throughout the year.

Accidents Happen Sometimes

To ensure that your solar system continues to operate safely and efficiently, you will want to inspect your panels after a storm or if you know something has directly hit your roof. Accidents can happen that could damage your panels. Heavy tree branches or an accidental baseball throw could break a panel.

If a panel should break, please call us immediately for service to have the panel replaced.

Any attempts to repair the panel may void the warranty so please call us!

Mechanical Failure

While unlikely, a failure of your system may occur.  If you notice that your system is not producing as it should, call us and we can help you look into it.

There are a few signs to look for:

  • A panel may not be fully reacting to the light. You can determine this by performing a shade test. Cover a section of the panel to see if it produces less light. If the panel does not react, then it needs to be replaced.
  • Alternatively, if your solar panels are not operating properly during peak sunlight, it may be because of heat fade. This may be a result of poor wire connections.
  • Check the wiring for corroded, burnt, or loose connections. Loose wires can be tightened, but burnt or corroded parts will need to be replaced.

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With utility costs constantly rising in New York & New Jersey, many homeowners have turned to residential solar panel installation to help reduce their electric bill each month.