02 Mar Your Lucky Guide to Buying Solar
At Vision Solar, we welcome all of our customers into our family. However, we know that many of you may be hesitant to join at first. This is completely understandable. With this knowledge, we want to guide you through this process and some of the best ways to handle some of your questions or concerns. Our simple guide will help you to know how to get lucky with solar this month!
Get to Know Us!
Before installing your solar panel system, we know that it can be hard to find people you trust with your home. Because of this, we recommend getting to know us as much as possible. This means you are free to ask any and all questions or fears you may have about your solar panel installation. Our expert team will make sure to answer your questions in the best way they can to help you feel more comfortable. Along with this, they will be with you every step of the way. Because of this, we want you to know that you can trust them. Here are some of the simple questions you may want to ask your representative.
- What is the cost of my system going to be?
This question is one of the most important to be answered. Your sales representative will map out the cost of your system in order to better help you understand. Your system cost is based on how many panels are installed on your home and how much energy you are using. Always keep in mind that your panels are going to save you money!
- What is the average lifespan of a solar panel system?
For the investment you’re about to make, you deserve to know how long your solar panel installation will last you. Generally, systems rated for 6-8 hours of daily sunlight conversion carry a lifespan of 20 or more years, with many reportedly lasting upwards of 30-40 years.
- How will solar energy installation affect the value of my home?
This answer will vary depending on numerous factors, such as your property’s location, size, and how many solar panels you install. Research states that buyers are looking for homes with rooftop solar panels – and are willing to pay more for them. According to the data, buyers are willing to spend an additional $15,000 for a home with a solar panel system. It’s important to note, however, that home value will only increase if solar panels are purchased, not leased. Homes with solar have been proven to sell quicker than a home without solar. Be sure to ask us for more information about the value of your specific property.