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Getting Started with Solar Power *Federal Tax Credit Coming to an End! BUY Solar by October*

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]DID YOU HEAR? The 30% Federal Tax Credit is COMING TO AN END! Buy solar by October to capitalize on this opportunity!

The incredible deal being offered by the federal tax credit is coming to an end, and in order to get the deal you have to buy solar by October or earlier to MAXIMIZE your savings! [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Are you ready to install solar in your home? Have you been thinking about it but aren’t sure where to start? Here are a few steps to getting started with Solar:

Check your roof. Because putting solar panels on your home may involve a roof installation, your first step should be checking the condition of your roof to see if you may need any repairs or if you need to replace your roof. This is key because replacing your roof AFTER the installation of solar panels will be difficult, especially because the warranty of most solar panels is 25 years!

Research your options. Did you know there are different kinds of solar? Depending on your home, your needs for power, your energy use and your budget, finding the right kind of solar panel that creates the greatest amount of power for the longest life span will ensure you get the most bang for your buck. Be sure to also look at the benefits provided by each kind of solar panel. Confused or overwhelmed by the choices? Let a solar expert at Poulin Solar Pro give you a FREE consultation today!

Look for a RELIABLE installer. One of the worst things that can happen with solar? Having it installed incorrectly and not maximizing your potential for the best savings and most energy. Reputable installation companies will be registered with organizations such as the Better Business Bureau, have credentials from third party organizations like NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners), or are certified installer partners of the manufacturers they represent.

Schedule an installation. After gathering quotes, reviews and having several companies look at your home, look at your space and quote the best options for you, choose a type of panel and a company to install it for you. It can take from 1-2 days to properly install and connect the panels, but after they are set up they become the easiest thing to manage in your home.

Still worried that solar panels are a huge undertaking or a massive investment? We’d love to talk about how you can make solar work with your home. Now is the best time to go solar, and making sure you do it before the solar tax credit goes away is crucial. Don’t let the sun set on your savings![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]