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Residential solar panels are no longer just for homes located in sunny regions and they are increasingly becoming more and more affordable. The most important thing about home solar panels is the fact most any home can easily be adapted to use them. While homes in the sunny regions of the United States can most benefit from solar power, homes anywhere across the country can benefit as well.

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The cost to put solar panels on your home have decreased significantly, there has never been a better time to choose clean solar power for your home. Our residential solar panels directory will help you find quality local solar companies that offer solar panel installation and design.

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Select your state below to find local residential solar panels and professional solar panel installation companies. To take the first step to energy independence and renewable, clean solar power, browse through our residential solar panels directory.

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Save Money With Solar

The use of home solar panels can reduce or even eliminate your monthly electric bill. Depending on the type solar system you choose, you may offset some or all of your energy needs. Solar electrical systems feed your home with clean solar electricity and then send the excess solar energy to the utility grid, spinning your meter backwards during the day. Residential solar panels won't only dramatically reduce your electric bill but they will also help improve the quality of the environment.

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Choosing Solar Panels

Home solar panels are easy to install and maintain since they are self-contained and modular. Solar systems can be custom designed to fit your personal energy needs and budget. Residential solar panels can be placed beside your home using a ground stand, or they can be mounted on your roof. With proper installation, each solar panel will be able to withstand strong winds and will work efficiently for decades. You can also expect your property value to increase with the addition of residential solar panels.

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Choosing a Solar Installer

Purchasing residential solar panels is a large investment and it is not only important that the solar panels that you choose be high quality, it is also very important that the company that installs your solar system also be high quality and stand behind their work. Make sure to read our tips for choosing the right solar panel installation company for your needs and budget. Our tips will ensure that you have a smooth experience and that you will get the most value for your investment.

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Tips For Choosing Residential Solar Installers

Location. One of the first aspects to look for in a solar panel installation company is the region or state in which they provide installation. Make a preliminary list of local installers that you are interested in and compare them side by side. Select your state on the left side to get started with your search for local solar panel installers in your area.

Certification. It is important to choose an installer that is NABCEP certified. This national organization provides certification for the installation of photovoltaic residential solar panels, solar thermal and small wind turbine systems. Another important thing to remember is to choose an installer that has a licensed master electrician on staff to oversee the connection of your system to the electrical grid.

Solar Panel Installation Subcontracting. Quality solar panel installers will not subcontract any of the installation tasks, so be sure that the installer will perform all of the installation with their own personnel.

Experience. Check to see how long the company has been in business and see how many solar panel systems they have installed. Also be sure to check for customer testimonials to see how past customers feel about the company.

Warranty. Make sure the installer you choose for your residential solar panels stands by their work, and provides a warranty of at least 5 to 10 years. Make sure you take time to understand the terms of the warranty, and what parts and/or service are included as part of the warranty.

Rebates. Many utilities and states offer rebates for installing residential solar panels, and the installer that you select should help you with the paperwork for the rebates. These rebates can be significant, covering half of the installation cost or more for your solar panel system. The rebate process can be tricky and take time, so choose an installer that is willing to do the legwork for you. Most of the installers in or residential solar panels directory will help you with your rebate paperwork.

Price. Price can be a factor in your decision, but it should never be the primary decision factor. As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. However, different companies will have different suppliers and different overhead rates. Always keep your budget in mind, but do not make your decision solely based on price or just selecting the lowest cost without reviewing the other aspects of the company.

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