Going solar, without all the hassle

We’re commited to make the switch to solar as easy as possible. From your initial discussion with our Energy Specialists, to the day we power up your new solar system, we’ve got you covered.

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How solar panels work

We’re commited to make the switch to solar as easy as possible. From your initial discussion with our Energy Consultant, to the day we power up your new solar system, we’ve got you covered.

SOLAR PANELS

The net meter spins both backward and forward—measuring the electricity you’re buying as well as the excess electricity your panels are producing and sending back to the grid.

INVERTER

The net meter spins both backward and forward—measuring the electricity you’re buying as well as the excess electricity your panels are producing and sending back to the grid.

ELECTRICAL PANEL

The net meter spins both backward and forward—measuring the electricity you’re buying as well as the excess electricity your panels are producing and sending back to the grid.

UTILITY METER

The net meter spins both backward and forward—measuring the electricity you’re buying as well as the excess electricity your panels are producing and sending back to the grid.

Installation Process

We’re committed to making the switch to solar as easy as possible.

Our dedicated technician will visit the property to confirm the system design, verify measurements, and adjust for shade and obstructions on roof. After the site evaluation, a solar design expert will make any number of adjustments to the customized plan to ensure everything looks and operates perfectly. From site visit to design, it can take between 3 to 5 weeks.

After design plans are finalized, they will be submitted to the local city government Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for permitting.  Permit approvals are subject to schedule of the governing AHJ Department. This can take anywhere from 2 to 8 weeks.

After permit approval, Titan will contact the property owner to schedule installation. When the install team arrives, they will go over the design plans for final approval before they begin. Once the installation crew wraps up the job, they’ll finish by giving the property owner a full Solar 101 on the system. Depending on the size of property and system, this phase takes 1 to 5 days.

There must be a final inspection by the city or county before the system can be connected to the grid. Depending upon the time of install, the backlog of solar inspections, and the local government, the estimated time to complete this step is generally 1 to 4 weeks.

Two things that need to happen before the system can produce electricity. First, we'll submit the documents to the utility company to connect to the grid. This usually takes 1 to 2 weeks. Second, the utility company has to install net metering to track how much energy is producing. We'll have little control over how long this step is going to take!

Take Back Your Power Today!

From locking in savings and increasing the value of your home, to helping the environment. It’s never been easier to go solar with SavOn Energy Solutions. If you’re on the fence keep reading to fully understand the undeniable benefits of solar below.

Locked in Savings and Power Rates

Our customers average an annual savings between 20%-40% off their current utility rates. Immediate annual savings are incredible enough, but multiply those over years to come and your savings grow exponentially.

Maximize Tax Incentive and Rebates

The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit (ITC), allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your taxes, but you need to act fast as this incentive is being reduced significantly come Jan. 1st 2020.

Increased Home Value

In a state like California, for example, a small 3.1-kilowatt (kW) system can add an average of $18,324 to the value of a medium-sized home. The property value advantages of solar energy only increase as you scale up. Installing 5kW of solar panels adds an average of $29,555 to the retail value of a medium-sized home.

Bonus: Save the Planet

Solar energy is a win-win: in addition to its significance, switching to solar is also great for the environment. When your solar panels generate electricity, they produce zero emissions, which means they don’t contribute to environmental disruptions or health issues like more traditional sources of energy. They also draw their power from the sun, an abundant resource that will be available and accessible across the world for the foreseeable future.

Real, locked in savings

When many of us think solar power, we think expensive or not affordable. We believe the myth that only the wealthy can afford such luxury. Many people don’t realize the amount of money you save on the wise investment of solar energy. Aside from the current 30% federal tax liability credit, many states also offer incentives for you to get solar power system for your home or business. Zero Money out of pocket with the average solar owner saving about $100,000 over 30 years... That's what we like to call a "no-brainer".

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How much can I expect to save by going solar?

The average solar customer saves around $100,000 over a 30 year period of their solar ownership. If you're more concerned with immediate monthly savings, you can expect to save 20%-30% on your monthly electricity bill by swapping out your utility company for a fixed solar payment. Allowing us to evaluated your home through our Home Energy Audit can save you even more!

What is the process for going solar?

First, you will speak with one of our Specialized Energy Consultants to customize the right plan for your home. After your sale is finalized, our company will begin paperwork. Once this process has been completed, we will reach out to you to customize your design plan, install the system, connect it to the grid, and start your solar savings!

How long will my installation take?

Installation timelines depend on the size of the system. Normally, an installation takes less than one day. A very large system can take up to two days. The approval process to schedule the install take a little more time.

What if I move?

Purchased systems can be relocated to your new home or you can include the system into your home value. If you used a leasing company, you can pay off the system or you can transfer it to the new homeowner which is very simple and all completed at title. Most of our customer transfer their payments to the new homeowner and reap the benefit of the additional equity their system provides. Contact us if you have any questions 702-758-7727.

Can I store excess energy?

Yes, however, where the energy is stored is dependent upon whether you choose to install a solar storage battery with your system. If your installation does include a storage battery, your excess energy will be sent there. If your system does not include a battery, excess energy produced will be sent to the utility grid through Net-Metering.

Will solar panels affect the value of my home?

Typical solar systems will add anywhere from $15,000 - $25,000 to the value of your property. These system DO NOT need to be paid off when it comes time to sell. The new homeowner will assume the solar payments and have a much lower bill than the going rate of their utility, this is a win/win.

We believe in the abundant power of the sun

Let’s start with a free, no obligation discovery call to see if solar is a good fit for you. Our professional Energy Specialist are ready to help you explore home efficiency solutions specific to your exact location and situation.
Let us help you take back control of your power today!

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