Why go Solar?

  • Reduction or Elimination of Usage and Demand Charges

  • "Hedge and Control" Current and Future electrical costs

  • Financing Available for 100% of Total Project Cost

  • 30% Federal Tax Credit

  • Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MARCS)

  • State and Local Incentives

  • Grants and Rebates (Where Applicable)

  • No-Cost Power Purchase Agreements Available (PPA)

  • Bragging Rights (Marketing Tool)

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(Average time from quote to install is 3-6 months)

Typical System Overview

Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. This energy is then sent to the Inverter.

An inverter converts the DC electricity generated by solar panels into the alternating current (AC) electricity used in most homes.

A monitoring system sends information about your solar installation, including the amount of energy it generates, to your solar provider, to maintain optimal system performance. You also have access to this Web/App based portal.

How much can solar save you on your electric bills?

How do we determine savings?

 

  1. How much sun hits your roof or land

  2. How much power you consume

  3. Electricity rates in your region

  4. The History of rate hikes in your region

  5. Applicable incentives ie. 30% Federal Tax Credit

  6. Your tax appetite 

  7. Supportive solar policies in your state

  8. The amount of SREC where applicable

  9. The total cost of the turnkey system

Lower Electric Bill?

 

Solar is more affordable and accessible today because the cost of solar systems has dropped and a range of financing options can help you meet your goals. Whether you lease, take out a loan, or purchase a system, you may be able to start generating savings right away.

 

Solar can save you money by replacing electricity from the grid with solar electricity generated on your roof or ground. The cost of solar plus any remaining electric bill amount may be lower than what it was before solar.

Does solar Increase the value of your home?

Solar adds Value to your Home

 

Home buyers are willing to pay a premium for a home with a purchased solar installation.

 

 

Source: Reported in the studySelling into the Sun” by U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Why?

 

Fewer expenses paid to the utility

 

For homeowners concerned with rising electricity prices, a solar home helps control electricity costs and may provide savings over time. This increase in value applies to homes with purchased solar installations, not financed systems.

Headquarters:

SOLAR MASONS

530 Edella Road

Clarks Summit, PA 18411

P: 570-795-4019

E: contact@solarmasons.com

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Contractors License # PA141363