HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO SWITCH TO SOLAR?
The program is $0 down so you don't pay a penny out of pocket!
HOW EXPENSIVE IS IT TO OWN SOLAR?
In most cases it's actually cheaper to own solar than it is to consume electricity from a utility company. In other words, if you can afford your power bill, you can more than afford solar.
ARE THERE GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES AVAILABLE?
Yes. In fact, South Carolina has some of the highest solar incentives in the nation right now. Fifty-five percent of the total system value is subsidized by government incentives (30% federal and 25% state).
DOES SOLAR INCREASE THE VALUE OF MY HOME?
Yes! In fact, dollar for dollar, solar will increase the value of your home more than remodeling the kitchen or building an expansion. Based on thousand of home sales, solar was shown to increase home value by at least $15,000.
CAN THE SOLAR INSTALLATION DAMAGE MY ROOF?
No. The installation process is incredibly secure, and we warranty every roof against leaking or damage.
HOW LONG DO THE PANELS LAST?
Brightest Solar recommends Tier-1 panels and micro inverters which easily last 35-40 years. The system also comes with a 25 year production guarantee to ensure maximum system performance
WHAT HAPPENS IF A PANEL BREAKS OR IT STOPS WORKING?
Not to worry! All of your equipment is fully guaranteed for 25 years. Our install partners also include additional warranties on production, workmanship and labor – even your roof! Plus, we include system monitoring at no cost so that you can feel confident your solar is doing its job.
WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO TO QUALIFY?
Qualifying is easy. We just need to make sure solar will work for you, and for your home. Contact us today to find out if solar is right for you!
And the BIG QUESTION, everyone asks...
What HAPPENS when I SELL my HOME?
You will make more money, because homes with solar sell 20% faster on average than homes without solar to couples that want to conserve the planet's resources and keep more money in their pocketbooks for vacations, college, and retirement.
The warranty on solar panels is fully transferable to the new homeowners.
No investor can afford to overlook the energy savings to potential buyers; use it as a selling feature! A majority of homes in SC get a 77 pt. sun rating out of a potential 100 pts. That's way above the norm.
The tax incentives from our federal and state government, plus the better resale value, should be the tipping point to say "YES"to solar and accepting lower energy bills.