I got 3 bids and Solar Home Dfw was the cheapest by about $1500. The guy who came out was very knowledgeable and less ' sales-ey' than the other (bigger) companies. Overall I'm very impressed with their work.
They did exactly what they said they would do. I didn't have to pay anything upfront, the installation was quick, and the installers were very professional. The entire process was really easy and I got a great price on my system. The panels look great, the installers did a fantastic job! I will def recommend them to friends/family.
Austin was very polite and professional, and he got me approved for $0 down financing which was kind of surprising because I don't have great credit. The price was fair, not cheap, but fair.
Our consultant went above and beyond and our installers were awesome. You could not ask for a more professional group of men. Hello clean energy, good-bye fossil fuel. And to think this just cost us a few pizzas and soda.
Being on a retirement income, we wanted to save money any way we could so last year we installed 18 solar panels on our rooftop. It looks absolutely great, we'll save $6,000 over 20 years, and it was the right thing to do for the environment.
My energy bill before installing solar was $267.97. My new energy bill is $164.51. I love that I'm saving money and helping the planet.
I'm a shrewd cost cutter, and it was attractive to me to know that my upfront cost for going solar was $0. Solar is efficient and I really like the independence that it could grant with energy storage. I think it was a wise decision to go solar.
We put 18 solar panels on our roof and we're saving about $100 per month, which will equate to about $30,000 in savings over the life of the system. We couldn't be happier with how everything turned out.
My mom just received her first solar bill. Her utility bill used to be $80 a month on dirty energy, now it's $24 on clean energy... and it cost her absolutely NOTHING, ZERO DOWN to get it installed!
I went solar because you hear so much about it in the news and magazines, and when Powur offered me a free proposal I thought I would see what it could do for me. The best incentive was that it didn't cost me anything upfront and I liked that.
The main reason we chose to go solar was to do our part in helping making the planet a little cleaner by reducing carbon emissions while also lowering our utility bills monthly! We also hope to inspire friends, family and our neighborhood to understand the benefits of going solar as well.
I truly believe that clean energy is the solution to the problem of climate change and I feel very strongly that every homeowner that can purchase or lease a solar system should do it. I hope that my neighbors and friends will follow my example and join the clean energy movement.