The ITC will cut the cost of installing rooftop solar for a home by 30%, or more than $7,500 for an average system. By helping Americans get solar on their roofs, these tax credits will help millions more families unlock an additional average savings of $9,000 on their electricity bills over the life of the system.
Check out the Homeowner’s Guide to the Federal Tax Credit for Solar Photovoltaics for more information on the ITC including eligibility requirements and how to claim it on your taxes.
Solar panels alone cannot power your home during a power outage. However, with the addition of a battery storage system, you can store excess energy generated by your panels and use it to power your home during an outage.
Net metering is a billing arrangement that allows you to receive credit on your utility bill for excess energy generated by your solar panels. This credit can be used to offset the cost of energy you use from the grid.
If you need to replace your roof, solar panels will need to be removed and reinstalled. Our team can assist with this process and ensure that your panels are properly reinstalled.