Solar power energy Seattle is something that you may not think of initially as being feasible. Actually, however, it is more than feasible: it’s very possible. If you’re thinking of installing solar power for your home or business, you can definitely do it, and, with our extensively trained solar power system designers and technicians, we can help you envision the possibilities and then make them become a reality.
One of the most common reasons for installing solar power is to reduce your home’s reliance on the conventional power grid. Through net metering, you can do just that and maybe even create some extra power to provide back to the grid and further reduce your utility cost. Seattle is a great place to install a solar power system in your home since net metering is a popular way to save you some money on your overall utility costs.
Do you own real estate in the area? You might consider offering electric vehicle charging stations to your tenants or clients. If you’re a business owner, offering employees that ability to charge their cars while they’re at work can help attract environmentally-conscious workers to your business. If you own a multi-tenant building, your lessees will enjoy being able to power their electric vehicles without having to purchase their own home and install an electric charging station powered by the sun. With the power to charge in a variety of ways, you can help ensure a return on your investment, make the environment that much cleaner, and be a part of a broader effort to reduce carbon footprints.
We are proud to have on staff some of the most extensively trained and knowledgeable solar power employees in the area. They have a broad range of experience working on residential, government, and commercial projects, and they have several certifications empowering them to design, troubleshoot, and install the latest and best in solar power energy.
Working with our experiences staff members, you will be able to help design your own solar power energy Seattle system. We listen to what you have to say about your lifestyle, budget, and building/site restrictions and integrate that seamlessly into our assessment. When construction begins, we work with all other contractors to stay on time and on-budget. We know the importance of keeping work within the scope of the original design and are keenly aware of the necessity of keeping projects moving along their completion timelines.