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Solar panel ROI can vary depending on where your solar system is located, what type of incentives you are able to take advantage of and how good your credit is to take advantage of better solar financing rates. One of the most accurate ways to figure out your detailed return on investment is by using a wattage cost calculator or an electrical installation cost calculator. If you don’t have a wattage cost calculator or an electrical installation cost calculator, there are a few rules of thumb that can be utilized to figure out your power home solar and roofing return on investment.
First, you must get a quote for the solar cost to add onto house systems and any other additional fees such as the cost to replace electric panel in your home. Then, you can use a solar panel installation guide to estimate the number of kilowatt hours that your system will generate in a year. Next, you should look at one of your electric bills to see the cost of the electricity you are currently buying from your utility. Next, multiply your cost of electricity by the total number of kilowatt hours it will generate in a year. This will represent your annual savings. Finally, divide your total quoted price plus the cost of any upgrades by your estimated annual savings. This number will represent the number of years it will take for the solar system to pay for itself. Any power generated after this point can be viewed as “free” to the homeowner. Installing solar panels on rooftops is a great way to provide clean and reliable power generation for upwards of three decades for homeowners.
We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. Please use the form for an estimate, or call us for any questions about converting your home or business to solar. We look forward to serving you!
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