Can I Do My Own Solar?

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Can I Do My Own Solar? Absolutely, and you don’t have to have expert knowledge because you can use a solar advocate for the expertise. This article is focused on the state of Florida because the laws are different for each state. If you do not understand enough about solar then later in this article learn about “Your Solar Advocate” a Free Service. You will save a minimum of $6,000 on a small system and even more for a larger system.

Experience Matters

I would not recommend under any circumstances literally doing your own solar system. I recommend if you go the do it yourself approach then use an experienced solar advocate. An experienced installer knows all the rules and laws, so there are no hang-ups. At the very minimum you will have to hire a licensed Electrical contractor.

Trust me when I tell you I am not going to make any friends in the solar industry sharing the following information with you, But the fact is you can save a bundle doing it yourself.

A Solar Companies’ Cost Breakdown

Add-Ons To Every Solar Proposal Cost of Add-Ons
The Cost of Salesperson $3000
Sales Manager $1500
Proposal Builders and Permitting Department $1000
Overhead: Rent, Auto Insurance, Vehicles, and Utilities $1000
Cost of Leads and Marketing $1000
Points for Low Interest 20 Year Loan Terms (Frequently Hidden Cost) $2500
Solar Panels, Inverter, Installation $17,000
Solar Company Profit $5000
Total $32,000

Federal ITC Is 26% Off The Above Cost for Qualified Buyers in 2020
(Many Companies Use Tax Credit as a down-payment 12 to 15 months after the deal is closed)

The solar company doesn’t pay for any of the costs until the finance company funds their account.

“Your Solar Advocate” Eliminates Many of The Overhead Costs

Add-Ons To Every Solar Proposal Cost of Add-Ons
The Cost of Salesperson $3000
Sales Manager $1500
Proposal Builders and Permitting Department $1000
Overhead: Rent, Auto Insurance, Vehicles, and Utilities $1000
Cost of Leads and Marketing $1000
Points for Low Interest 20 Year Loan Terms (Frequently Hidden Cost) $2500
Solar Panels, Inverter, Installation $17,000
Solar Company Profit $5000
Your Solar Advocate Target Price $2.75 a Watt Totals for 7K $19,250 Minus Tax Credit Your Net Cost Is $14,245

Federal ITC Tax Credit Is 26% of The Total Cost for Qualified Buyers Above Example: $5005 Tax Credit for a 7K System, Net Total Cost $14,250

Federal ITC (Investment Tax Credit) Is 26% Of The Above Cost for Qualified Buyers in 2020
Many Companies Use Tax Credit as a down-payment 12 to 15 months after the deal is closed

The solar company doesn’t pay for any of the project costs until the finance company funds their account.

Now you know why home solar is so expensive and what the driving force is, it’s excessive overhead costs. Not only are the prices too high, but this business model is a hindrance to homeowner participation for the advancement of solar and clean energy.

This comparison is based on a 7K top-quality system with the very best manufactured state of the art solar panels and String inverter and the best in the industry licensed and insured installation contractors.

Most Solar Panel Warranties are "Manufacturer" for 25 Years

All panels are designed to last about 40 years and are warrantied for 25 years. There are no moving parts, keep the panels clean and they’ll make you money every day. That’s what it’s is all about, energy has value! Now you can have your own power plant on the roof.

Every single home no matter what the size uses different amounts of electricity. That’s the only thing that matters when it comes to knowing what size system is needed. Kilowatt-hours are the main figure needed to determine what size system you need to off-set your power bill.

"Your Solar Advocate" Is a Free Service

How do I know what to buy or where to go to buy the materials? How do I find an installer? Does the installer pull permits? How do I know what size system to buy? Should I buy a bigger system than I need or smaller than I need?

Your Solar Advocate is comparable to an Attorney, we work for you and your interests only. Just like an attorney is an expert in the law, “Your Solar Advocate” is an expert in the solar industry. Your Solar Advocate ensures you not only that you get everything for cost but you also receive expert knowledge for Free. As “Your Solar Advocate” you can be sure we are networked with the very best licensed and insured solar installers in the industry.

Once again an advocate knows how to figure out what size system you need. An advocate’s greatest value is you will get it done right the first time and get a wholesale price. The very best part of an advocate is you don’t have to deal with the high-pressure sales pitch.

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