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The cost of energy is an expense that never goes away, and nowadays, we’re seeing an average annual increase of 6% or more! Now is a better time than ever to consider adding solar panels to your home. Solar can save an average of 30% annually on your utility bill. 

The Facts About Solar…

Imagine time travel allowing you to lock in gasoline prices at $2.00 per gallon forever or secure a 40% discount on the first half-tank whenever you fill up. Who wouldn't take that opportunity?


This parallels the benefits of solar energy. Instead of gasoline costs, it's your home's electric bill that's affected. With solar power, every dollar saved from not paying the power company stays in your pocket, as you take control of your rates.

Visualize your energy bill as a perpetual lease—you'll always owe something. Solar power offers the potential to break free from those payments and attain energy independence.


The urgency to switch to solar grows as incentives diminish. Presently in the USA, homeowners adopting solar enjoy a 30% Federal Tax Credit. In essence, this means you can reclaim 30% of the entire solar system cost if you pay federal income tax—an equivalent of a 30% government discount.

Harness The Sun’s Energy

Reduce your carbon footprint and use clean renewable energy

$0 Out of Pocket Costs

Offset your current bill with a newer, lower payment**

Federal Tax Credit

Utilize the government incentives and collect your 30% tax credit**

Increase Home Equity

Solar systems have been proven to add value to your home

Financial Savings

Claim control from the utility company, and generate energy**


Receive 25 years of warranty protection on the system

**KC Solar cannot guarantee individual savings, which depend on factors like your utility rate, energy usage, equipment, tax incentives, and weather. Savings estimates are based on solar production, rates, and historical data, but do not consider other utility rate changes that may affect your overall savings**


Solar energy presents numerous advantages that may appear almost too good to be true. 

However, there's a caveat to consider. Regrettably, not every residence or property owner meets the criteria for adopting solar power.


Now, let's delve into the qualifications required for solar energy adoption.


While it is okay to have a mortgage on the home, you do need to be on the deed


Living somewhere with limited sunshine (lots of tree coverage) solar may not bring much value

Credit Score

If you’re interested in financing the system, there is a minimum credit requirement

Taxable Income

In order to receive the federal tax credit, you do need to have taxable income

Grid Capacity

Eligibility for solar depends on grid capacity and local solar adoption. Early adoption is advisable due to grid limitations.

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