One of the best ways to reduce your yearly energy bills is to supply part or all of your own electricity. A solar panel system on your roof makes this possible. For homeowners living in South Florida, the abundant sunshine makes solar energy a smart choice. However, you’ll want to consider several factors before you install your solar energy system. Read the rest of this entry
The best things in life are free — and that’s certainly the case with solar energy. As a resident of south Florida, you have everything to gain from harnessing the sun’s plentiful energy to power your home’s HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) and electrical systems. Read the rest of this entry
If you are living in the Sunshine State, you might as well take full advantage of the sun.
Solar energy is the cleanest, most environmentally-friendly source of power available. Florida homes equipped with solar systems have been known to get as much as half their energy from the sun, for free. On sunny afternoons, a solar-equipped house can actually have its electric utility meter run backwards, as it supplies power to the electric company instead of consuming it. Read the rest of this entry
A solar energy system offers Florida homeowners a reliable way to lower their electricity bills by supplementing general energy consumption with inexpensive solar power. To keep solar systems operating at their most efficient, however, you must regularly inspect them and perform preventive maintenance. Here are some things you can check to make sure your solar installation is operating as it should:
Your new solar system will serve as the most cost-effective way to power your home and keep it cool all year long. In sunny Palm Beach County, you can expect your solar panels to collect plenty of power for next several decades. The cost to purchase and install a solar system can be expensive, but because of how efficient solar energy is and how long the system lasts, you can definitely expect to receive a valuable return on your investment. Here’s a guide to selecting, sizing and maintaining your new solar system. Read the rest of this entry