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It's Time to Go Solar

By going solar, you'll be saving time, saving money, and most importantly - saving our planet.

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How does solar work?

Solar energy is a renewable energy source that can be used to generate electricity, heat water, or power a variety of other devices. Solar energy works by converting sunlight into electricity or heat.

Photovoltaic (PV) cells are the most common type of solar cell. They are made from semiconductor materials, such as silicon, that convert sunlight into electricity. When sunlight hits a PV cell, it knocks electrons loose from the atoms in the silicon. These free electrons flow through the cell, creating an electric current.

Benefits of Solar Energy

Solar energy is a clean, renewable energy source that has many benefits.

  • It is clean: Solar energy does not produce greenhouse gases or other pollutants. This makes it a good choice for reducing air pollution and climate change.

  • It is renewable: Solar energy is a renewable resource that will never run out. This makes it a sustainable energy source for the future.

  • It is cost-effective: The cost of solar energy has been declining in recent years, making it a more affordable option for homeowners and businesses.

  • It is easy to install: Solar panels can be installed on rooftops or in ground-mounted systems. This makes it a convenient option for many homes and businesses.

Why Go Solar?

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Better for the Environment

Yes, it is time for change because of global warming. The Earth's climate is changing at an unprecedented rate, and the effects of this change are already being felt around the world. We are seeing more extreme weather events, such as hurricanes, floods, and droughts. Sea levels are rising, and glaciers are melting. These changes are having a devastating impact on people and the environment.

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Cost Cutting

  • The longer we wait to act, the more difficult and expensive it will be to mitigate the effects of global warming. The Earth's climate is a complex system, and it takes time for it to change. The longer we wait to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the more the Earth's climate will change, and the more difficult and expensive it will be to mitigate the effects of those changes.

Increased Home Value

Yes, solar panels can increase home values. According to a study by Zillow, homes with solar panels sell for an average of 4.1% more than comparable homes without solar panels. This is because solar panels are seen as a desirable feature by many homebuyers.

They offer a number of benefits, including:

Of course, the amount of value that solar panels add to a home will vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the system, the location of the home, and the local market conditions. However, in general, solar panels can be a good investment for homeowners who are looking to save money on their energy bills and increase the value of their home.

Planning and Saving

Planning and saving for solar panels can be a daunting task, but it is definitely possible with a little bit of effort. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

  • Set a budget

  • Create a savings plan

  • Look for ways to cut back on your energy costs

  • Take advantage of government incentives

By following these tips, you can make the process of planning and saving for solar panels a little bit easier.

The Process to Solar

The 8 Steps to Going Solar

 

We know going solar can be complicated. We are here as your expert guide every step of the way.
With our customers, we are creating green energy to power your life.

ANSA WILL HANDLE IT ALL, FROM PAPERWORK, PERMITING TO INSPECTION.

Leasing a Home

1-Consultation

An ANSA POWER™ rep will meet with you , discuss your needs , design and price out your new system and start the paperwork to get you eventually installed. We do all the heavy lifting.

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2-Site Survey

An expert ANSA POWER™ Site Technician will visit to measure, review and finalize the plans we initially discussed. Just show them in and get back to your day.

Contractors

3-Design Review

We follow-up to review any tweaks or changes to our initial plan and make sure you're happy with the result.

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4-Permitting

We'll handle the permitting and paperwork with the city. We'll let you know when everything is good to go.

Installing Solar Panels

5-Installation

Your roof gets an upgrade! The average install will take about a day, but you just need to be there to let us in.

Electrical Inspectors

6-City Inspection

Once your system is installed, we'll schedule the inspection with the city. A representative will stop by to ensure the new system is up to code.

Electrician

7-Utility Connection

We'll work with your utility to get everything connected. The utility will connect your system to the grid and may need to install a new meter.

8-Power On

Flip the switch, sit back and put the sun to work for you!

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