Solar isn’t an expense, it’s an investment between utility savings, tax incentives, and an increased home value. Going solar has an impressive ROI!
Find a way to get rid of or significantly cut your monthly power payment. Lock in a fixed rate now that is typically the same as or less than what you pay now, but you will no longer be subject to the annual rate hikes after you make the switch.
Solar energy systems are more of an investment than an expense. The typical solar system in the United States will pay for itself in seven to eight years, and the homeowner may anticipate a return on investment of at least twenty percent.
It is well known that solar panels add 4.1% to the value of a property anywhere in the United States.