A Homeowner interested in learning more about using solar power in my home
Did you know that harnessing the sunshine that falls onto a 100 by 100 mile area of the Nevada desert could supply 100% of The United States electricity needs? The Sun represents a powerful, FREE energy source that is available to everyone, every day. No matter whether you own an existing older home or are building the home of the future there is a solar energy system suitable for your home and budget. Click here to learn more about your options for “Going Solar”
A Homeowner ready to take the next step, how do I get a free estimate and how does the process work?
So, you have already learned that a rooftop Photovoltaic (PV) system can generate part or all of your electricity, or that a solar hot water system can generate up to 85% of your family’s hot water needs throughout the year. That’s great news and it’s a smart decision. Click here to learn about different types of solar energy systems or Get a free estimate.
Building a new home, and want to find out how to incorporate solar into my home or make it “Solar Ready” for the future.
No matter whether you are planning the solar home of the future or something more traditional there is likely a solar option that will help you save money and reduce your home and family’s impact on the environment. Even if Solar doesn’t fit into your construction budget today you can do a “Solar Rough In” now for minimal cost. The result will be a more affordable and better looking installation when the time comes to take the solar plunge. Learn more about how to get a free plan review from South Coast Solar that will help you plan for solar now or in the future.
A business owner looking to incorporate solar into my business.
Do you own or manage an apartment building and want to reduce or eliminate your common area bills? Are you a business owner with significant hot water needs? Are you paying high demand charges due to high midday electricity use? If so you could improve your bottom line while producing clean renewable energy on your building’s rooftop.