Going Solar? Let’s explore a your options from cheap to luxury

Going Solar? Let’s explore a your options from cheap to luxury

Solar power is a popular option for homes and businesses. It seems like everyone is going solar these days, but how do you know which solar solution best fits you? "Solar" is a broad term because there are different ways to go green at all price points. You can go with simple, automatic solar garden lights or go with full solar panels.

If you're considering installing solar panels, there are many factors to consider. Solar panels come in all shapes and sizes: some may be better than others depending on where you live, your budget, and what type of home or business you have. In this post we'll explore all your options from cheap to luxury so that you can choose the best fit for your situation!

Many different price points on solar products

There are many different price points on solar products, so you can start small or go big. If you want to start with something low-cost and easy, consider installing solar lights in your yard or around the house. These are inexpensive to install and maintain, but they'll still help reduce your electricity bill by providing some of the power needed for lighting during the day.

If you're ready for something more significant--and more expensive--consider installing panels on your roof that will generate all or most of your household's electricity needs (and maybe even a few neighbors'). You'll save money over time by using less grid power from utilities like PG&E or SDG&E. However, these systems take longer to pay themselves back than smaller ones do, have more upfront and require expensive installation costs, and can be a little tricky when it comes to financing.

Solar Garden Lights

Solar lights are a great way to get started with solar energy. They come in many different shapes and sizes, so you can find one that fits your needs. Solar lights are perfect for lighting up your garden, driveway or pool area. You can also use them to light up your home at night!

Solar Pathway Lights

Solar lights are a great way to illuminate your garden or pathway. They are also a great way to reduce your electricity bill. Solar lights come in many shapes, sizes and colors, so you can choose something that fits your needs perfectly! You can place solar lights on the ground or mount them on walls or fences.

Featured Product: Solar Pathway Lights

Solar Pool Lights

Solar lights are a great way to add some decor to your pool. These lights are waterproof and can be used underwater, making them perfect for use in pools, ponds and other water features.  These lights are designed to be waterproof so you won't have to worry about changing any batteries or repairs.

Feature Product: Solar Floating Pool Lights (2-pack)

Solar Exterior Lighting

You can also illuminate other parts of your home with spotlights and wall sconces. They're easy to wall-mount and can instantly make your home feel much more premium.

Featured Product: Solar Wall Lantern with Flame Effect

Solar Panels (on the house!)

Solar panels are a great investment in your future. They can be installed on a home or business, and they reduce your carbon footprint while providing you with clean energy. Solar power is becoming more affordable every day--the cost of solar panels has dropped by more than 50% since 2009!

If you want to go the DIY route, Solar panel kits are a great way to get started with solar energy. They provide you with everything you need to get your solar panels installed and working, including the panels themselves, wiring and hardware.

If you've never done any electrical work before, this is a good place to start because they're easy to install--you'll just need some basic tools like an electric drill and screwdriver. You'll also want someone who knows what they're doing around when installing the system so that they can help guide you through it if needed (or just keep an eye out).

One thing that's nice about these kits is that they include batteries which can store power from the sun during peak hours when there isn't enough light hitting your panels for them all day long; this allows them charge up overnight so there will always be electricity available for use when needed throughout each day regardless how cloudy or sunny it gets outside during different seasons throughout year!

Unfortunately, the drawback with these kits is that they aren't able to interface with your local utility company.

Utility company solar panel programs (perks vary by utility company)

If you live in an area with a utility company, check with them to see what their program is. Often there are different incentives for different types of panels. Some will offer discounts on installation, others on power storage systems and so on. If you're looking for a cheap way to go solar but don't want to spend too much money upfront, this may be the option for you.

As of 2023, the Inflation Reduction Act has a number of tax incentives to help you make the transition easier to Solar. This could also be an opportune time because adding a utility-company-approved system could also increase the value of your home.

What now?

There are many options for going solar, and it's important to consider all of them before making a decision. It's also important to know that the cost of going solar is not just the initial investment in equipment but also includes maintenance costs like cleaning the panels or replacing batteries. We hope this article has given you some insight into how much it costs to install different types of solar products on your home or business! Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!

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