What to be Careful of When Buying Solar Power Systems

Solar power is becoming increasingly popular every day. More people are recognizing the many advantages of using this type of power, including increasing your home’s value, saving you money, and reducing your carbon footprint by being friendly to the environment. The more home and businesses owners decide to use solar power, the happier the earth […]

How to Sell a Solar Home

You made the switch to solar and have enjoyed lower energy bills, increased home value, and a reduced carbon footprint. However, the time has arrived to sell your home—whether your family has outgrown it, finances require you to look for something else, or you simply want a change. How do you proceed to sell a […]

What Happens to Solar Energy if My Power Goes Out?

Recent power troubles after severe storms have made many homeowners ask themselves an important question: what happens to solar energy if my power goes out? The answer is simple. Solar power will not serve as a backup generator. Solar energy will go out just like other forms of energy do during a severe storm. Keep […]

How Much of My Home Can Run Under Solar Energy?

Solar panel installation in Northern VA, DC, and Maryland provides an environmentally-friendly renewable energy source, significant financial incentives, and tax credits. Even with all of these benefits, switching over to solar energy for your home takes careful planning and review of various factors to determine if solar is right for you. One common consideration for […]

How Do Solar Panels Work?

Solar power is an alternative, renewable energy source that helps make the planet greener and can also give solar users impressive financial incentives and tax credits. Many homeowners consider solar energy because of these benefits, but are unsure of how solar energy works. Understanding the basics of how solar energy can power your home is […]

What happens to solar when it is raining or at night?

In addition to our Solar 101 page, we also want to create Blog Posts that answer questions we see a lot in our day-to-day interactions. Today I would like to kick off a Solar FAQ blog section beginning with a question that we get a lot: What happens to solar at night? While this seems […]