Only 5 Steps and You're On Your Way.
Everyone has questions. How does the process work? How do I know if solar is right for me? How much can I save? We love to answer questions. It an easy process to get started; just 5-steps and you're on your way.
The first step in the solar process is to share your contact information with us. This can be done via our contact page or in person at one of the events we participate in across South Carolina.
Sharing your contact information simply starts the process to see if you're a good candidate for solar or not.
Then, A Quick Phone Call.
Next, we will reach out to you via phone or email for a short conversation. At this point, we want to know where you are in the solar process and what your initial questions or concerns are.
We also want to be sure you are a South Carolina homeowner with taxable income so that you qualify for the tax credits. If this is the case, we will move on to the next step of the solar process.
Swoosh. An Email.
Your power bill will tell us your monthly and yearly energy consumption. This information will help us build a solar system that will match your energy consumption.
Most people think that the solar system depends on the size of their home... But this is a common misconception. It really is dependent on the amount of energy you're using.
Wow! Already? A Custom Proposal.
Using your power bill, we work with our engineering team to create a customized solar proposal for your home or business. Once we run these numbers, we will be able to see whether you're a good candidate for solar.
At this point, we might have suggestions for you to make your home more energy-efficient.
And, Now It's Showtime.
If we feel like you are a good candidate for solar, we will schedule a time to come out to your home to go over the proposal with you in person. We can answer all of your questions at this point and share with you the total cost of the system, as well as the after-tax credit cost.
During this visit, we can also talk about other ways we can make your home more energy efficient to maximize the power of our solar panels.