|Panels these days are very unobtrusive.|
Last summer, I had SolarCity install panels on my roof in Broomfield. Our home faces east/southeast, and though not very big there was still adequate room for enough panels to make it worthwhile. My representative, David, was able to see a satellite picture of my home online and determine that the home was a candidate for solar and had no trees blocking the rays.
Installation was easy - until we needed the cooperation of Xcel to install a new metering system. As you can imagine, they were not quite as excited as I was to start making my own power. But after a few weeks of delays (that I was warned about from the beginning), the meter was installed and I could load the SolarCity software onto my computer to monitor power generation. So cool!
|My house from a hot air balloon. I wasn't, but you could.|
The lease is transferrable to new owners should you sell, and solar panels add value to your home. Younger generations of homebuyers cite sustainability and energy efficiency as a high priority when it comes to purchasing a home. Should you need to get a new roof, SolarCity will come and take the panels off and put them back on when you're done at no charge.
I have had a great experience with SolarCity, though I'm sure there are other companies offering similar types of deals. The important thing is to patronize the industry - call me if I can help you get started!
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