How to do it:\n
- Contact us or someone like us. Get a free design and system quote (hundreds of companies will do it) from at least two different companies or more.
- Use the cheapest grade B or C solar modules then ask for a discount. Get an inverter that has UL, a warranty, but if possible, a refurbished one. Be sure to look on eBay.
- Do the install yourself. Take a class to learn to install it yourself or find a friend who has experience installing Solar Systems. We can try to refer you.
- Use us or get someone like us to help you with your installation if you don’t know what you are doing.
- If you are incapable of installing it yourself and don’t know anyone who will help you then get a quote for JUST the installation from two or more different PV system installation companies.
\nThe average system installation cost should be between $1 and $1.50 per watt. In many cases we have seen licensed electrical contractors charging as much as $5 or $6 per watt.\n
What will keep you from a cost effective solar electric home (that is not mainly paid for by incentives):
\nToday’s cost of Grade A solar modules and brand new inverters. Today’s cost of all the other items in a system.\n\nToday’s cost of system installation according to some required National Electrical Codes, Module Certifications, Building Code Standards, and Licensed Solar Contractor’s practices.\n
\nGet free quotes, cheap solar panels, cheap UL inverter. Install it yourself but only if done safely.\n\nAlways get separate quotes from a few installers and then a few system providers. Don’t combine the two unless they are cheaper from one source.\n\nNote : If your still waiting for the details on the solar laminates for 75¢ its still on but we keep getting delayed. Hopefully today.