Solar Panel Installation in Scottsdale saves man $2,125 per year

A photovoltaic solar panel works by collecting the rays from the sun and converting them into electricity that can be used in your home. The solar panels are placed on the roof of your house, and they can be installed on almost any type of roof. The average house needs about 300 to 600 square feet of panels to generate enough electricity to be useful for your house. Since the sun’s rays are free, you will be able to save on utility bills almost instantly. Usually solar power is used as a primary electrical source, and your current electric provider is used as a secondary or backup source.

A Scottsdale, Arizona resident contacted our Harmon Solar office, to get a free estimate on putting a solar panel system on his house. We were able to go to his house, explain the process to him, and provide him with an appropriate quote. We recommended that he have 785 square feet of photovoltaic solar panels on his cement tile roof. We provided him with a $45,000 quote for the total solar panel cost of the project. The homeowner was happy with our bid, and we continued on with the project. Upon completion of the project, we were able to estimate the amount of energy generated from the solar panels to be 17,000 kilowatts hours per year, for an estimated $2,125 savings on his utility bills per year.

You can save on utility bills too, by having a solar panel system installed on your home. At Harmon Solar, we can provide you with a free detailed quote, and explain the entire process to you. We serve the entire Scottsdale, Arizona community. The installation of the solar panels will pay for themselves in just a few years, with the energy savings you will see. There are also special rebates that you can receive through your current electric company, just by installing solar panels. Solar panels are easy to install, easy to maintain and will last up to 35 years. Not only will you be saving money on your utilities, but you will be helping the environment too, by producing clean energy that is free from CO2 emissions.