Simply, Why Solar?

Solar energy stands out as the cleanest and least impactful energy source we have access to today. Both economically and environmentally, solar power systems pave a conscious and resourceful path into the future of energy.                                                                                  

With a clean and free energy source from the sun, we can all be more independent from the high cost of electricity. In turn, converting to solar can significantly reduce our dependence on fossil fuels such as natural gas and coal. When these fuels are used to produce electricity, they release toxic emissions that are harmful to both our bodies and our environment. With pollution and global warming on the rise, we need to confront the truth and find a realistic alternative to this growing problem. 

Solar is that realistic alternative.  

Solar paneling is lightweight, space efficient, and cost-effective; it’s an obvious solution.

 With a system that is kind to both nature and your wallet solar energy is ever appealing to the consumer. There is such a demand in our society for a more direct service from providers in all industries. A great example is the ride-sharing industry, where companies have looked to achieve more efficient servicing, and in doing so have eliminated the middleman. Giving us just what we want, when we want it. 

Solar systems accomplish a similar goal by bringing us cleaner and greener energy, without being harmful or expensive. It seems as if consumers are assuming more direct social and personal responsibility than ever by converting to solar. 

Switching to greener lighting systems in your home, as well as solar, can reduce your consumption, and thus your bill, by up to two-thirds. Over a 20 year time period, a California resident could save an upwards of $30K by switching to solar. You can imagine the impact month-to-month on your utility bill. Not to mention, a solar system can increase the value of your home. 

So with solar being so much smarter, it begs the question, why not solar?