What to Know Before Going Solar

What will going solar do for me?

Solar energy is the freedom of not having a energy bill, knowing that you're reducing your carbon footprint and the knowledge that your power consumption comes from a clean and renewable resource.

There are also many financial benefits to going solar. To learn more about the governmental incentives in Colorado follow this link: https://programs.dsireusa.org/system/program/co

What does going solar look like?

The first step is contacting us!
We will then set up a site visit, including information collection.
Afterwards we will create and send you a quote.
Then, if you like what you see we will get started.
First official steps are: we have to conduct an engineering check, a utilities check, and submit a permitting package. Once the checks and permitting go through, materials will be delivered to the site.
Then we will install your brand new solar panels and you can start using them right away!

What are the rates of our services?

During the site visit, we will collect information from you about your energy usage that will determine the best plan for your solar panels after which you will receive a quote with more exact pricing.
$15,000 to $35,000 on average for a residential grid tie.
$35,000 to $75,000+ on average for an off grid system.
Quote only for commercial projects.

What are some other things I should know?

It’s important to consider your roof. Understand the orientation of your roof and the location of nearby trees or buildings that cause shade before getting solar panels. Also think about how old your roof is, if it will need to be replaced soon, you will want to do that before you get new solar panels.