Going Solar in South Florida means saving money while you help save the Environment.
Adding solar panels to your South Florida home or business can add value to the property, and help save the planet – all with no out of pocket expenses. You can eliminate your electrical utility bill with a fixed lower monthly payment for solar panels that add value to your property.
Have a question about Solar in South Florida? We’d be happy to help with your questions and hopefully provide answer that helps you make a sound decision on how to help save the planet, while saving or eliminating your electrical utility costs.
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The Cost of Solar Panels in South Florida
South Florida has been ranked as one of the lowest cost cities in the United States for solar panel installation. The average cost to install solar panels in Miami is $2 to $3 per watt. Most solar panel systems are guaranteed to last 25 years and allow the homeowner to save money on their monthly electric bills. Plus, a solar panel system helps create long term value for the home, making it more desirable during a sales process.
By have a certified solar contractor install solar panels in your home or business you are using the money you normally spend on your electric bill and applying towards the purchase of something you own. Basically it’s the difference of owning vs buying a property. One of the financial reason you purchase your house was to apply monthly housing expenses towards something you owned, it’s the same with solar panels. Instead of paying FPL every month, you pay that amount towards a loan on a product you purchase. Every month you are building equity in your purchase instead of continuing to ‘rent’ electricity from FPL.
Incentives for South Florida Solar Panel Installation!
The Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit is a federal tax incentive that allow solar customers to save 30% off the entire cost of their solar energy system installation. That includes parts and installation fees. There’s no limit to price of the system, but there is a deadline to receive this incentive.
If you are thinking about installing a solar energy system and want to take advantage of this tax incentive, your solar energy system must be installed and in operation by December 31, 2019.