Relying less on electricity from burning fossil fuels, going solar is a great way to do your part in making sure we leave a healthy planet for future generations. But solar isn’t just better for the environment, it’s better for your wallet too. When you make an investment in solar panels on your house, office building, or school you’ll generate energy you won’t need to buy from your energy provider. That means big savings for you because you could potentially eliminate electric bills altogether.

You get even bigger savings with net metering. Here, any extra electricity your home produces goes back into the grid to supply others. The best part of this arrangement is that you get credit for that energy. The initial cost of your investment in a solar grid pays for itself in the long run with these energy savings. An additional benefit is that adding a solar array will boost the value of your home!

With an Investment in Solar Remember, Not All Solar Installers Are Equal

At Steel City Solar, we do things a bit differently than what you’ll see from most solar installers. We come to your home and take the time to custom design an array that works best for your home. That includes:

  • Taking into account the size of your house
  • The position of your house in the landscape
  • The amount of sunlight your house receives throughout the year

Solar panel installation isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Every homeowner’s needs are different. You can be sure we’re not going to sell you more solar panels than you need. We’ll also work hard to maximize the amount of electricity that your house can produce through solar to make sure you get the most of your investment in solar.

Solar Panel Quality Matters

Steel City Solar prides itself on using the latest technology and designs. We won’t try to sell you solar panels in bulk or try to push last year’s models. Solar technology is constantly changing, and solar suppliers are often left with stock of outdated or obsolete panels or equipment. They sell this overstock to solar installers at discounted rates. You might think that you’re getting a great deal on your solar install job, but your installer could be using older panels that aren’t as efficient as newer panels or parts that are no longer manufactured.

We use only the latest technology in your solar install. And we only use the highest quality brands of solar array panels and equipment including:

  • Unirac
  • Generac
  • Enphase
  • SolarEdge
  • Q Cells
  • SunPower
  • LG

These trusted brands provide not only the latest in solar technology but high-quality construction. The solar panels we install boast an exceptional 18-22% efficiency and our solar systems are designed to convert nearly 100% of that solar energy into electricity.

We want to provide our customers with the best solar equipment on the market. Solar panels manufactured by companies such as LG, SunPower, and Q Cells consistently rank among the top brands of solar panels. These panels provide some of the best efficiency, temperature coefficient, and warranty on materials.

With Steel City Solar’s extensive warranty on parts and labor, you can feel at ease knowing that we’ll be there as soon as possible to replace a part or fix a problem.

Get a Free Solar Estimate for Your Home

If you’re considering making the switch to solar, reach out to us at Steel City Solar. We’ll make an appointment to come out to your house and provide a free estimate. We’ll walk you through the process every step of the way. We can break down the costs for you and let you know how much energy you can expect to produce throughout the year.

You want to keep your costs low, so we’ll work to help design a system that will generate the most electricity at the lowest possible cost. A solar array shouldn’t break your bank, and it will quickly pay for itself, giving you low-cost energy for years to come.

Energy prices are expected to rise in the coming years, so going solar is a surefire way to protect your home from those rising costs. All these benefits plus, the biggest one of all: reducing your carbon footprint.