At Energy Shield of New Hampshire, we’ve got your back when it comes to solar roofing installation in Claremont, NH. Whether your mind is already made up or if you are questioning whether solar is right for you, we’re here to help.
The cost of solar roofing makes customers think twice. That said, the State of New Hampshire offers a number of government incentives and rebates for solar roofing. Also, homes with solar panels typically have a higher property value than those without solar panels.
Beyond what you’ll save through the government, solar power can keep your energy bill from going up. Net metering programs can also offset your monthly energy bills. At Energy Shield, we offer net metering set up with your solar roof installation.
Worried that cold weather and snow are going to shut down your energy supply? Don’t be! Solar panels are as effective in the winter months as they are in the summer.
Solar power is good for the planet because it is a renewable resource that doesn’t play a part in climate change. Plus, if the grid temporarily shuts down, you won’t lose power!
It does! In fact, New Hampshire gets more sunlight than Germany which uses the most solar energy of any country. Plus, in the winter months, solar panels are even more efficient and manage to generate just as much energy as they do in the summer, despite the fewer hours of sunlight.
There are! Whether you receive them depends on your personal situation. Some New Hampshire tax incentives include the Investment Tax Credit which can reduce the price of your solar panels by 26%. You also may qualify for the Residential Renewable Electrical Generation Rebate Program to save even more money.
You’ll want to think about the amount of sun and shade that surround your home. Our advanced modeling can help you determine how much solar energy your home can produce. You might be surprised!
If you are interested in solar panels, we provide a free consultation. To start, our solar roofing professionals will discuss your goals for your new roof. Then we’ll run a site evaluation where we’ll take measurements, run a shade analysis, and evaluate your electrical systems.
Next, we’ll design a solar roofing system catered to you. We’ll provide a custom proposal to explain the system components and design, along with an estimated energy output and a full financial breakdown covering incentives and your return on investment over time.
We’ll finish your solar roofing system design and then sort out the logistics with your town/city. Then we’ll submit the utility interconnection and set a date for your solar system installation. All of this together usually takes between 30 and 60 days.
Once we’ve finished the installation process, we’ll thoroughly inspect it to ensure it meets our high standards. When it is finished and activated, you can keep track of your systems in real time via a custom app.
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