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Comparing Warranties on a Solar Estimate

Posted on September 29, 2020, by All Energy

Your solar estimates should include two different types of warranties. One type of warranty covers the physical components, while the second warranty should cover labor and installation. How many warranties you’ll have total at the end of the project may vary - depending on your system, each individual component you purchase could have two warranties.

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Solar Estimate—Spotting Red Flags

Posted on September 18, 2020, by All Energy

If you’ve done your homework and selected a few reputable solar installers to provide you an estimate, you should be in a position to evaluate the best fit for your situation and property. However, occasionally there are elements of an estimate that are confusing or unclear. Here are three tips to help you discern between subtle differences and obvious red flags.

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The Key to a Great Solar Installation? The Installers.

Posted on September 15, 2020, by All Energy

One of the often-overlooked parts of reviewing solar estimates is the installation team. A well-established provider with extensive experience designing and installing these systems will ensure that your solar array is installed correctly and with as little stress and disruption for you and your property as possible. Here are a few things to look for when reviewing solar estimates.

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Comparing the Components of Solar Estimates

Posted on September 08, 2020, by All Energy

Making property improvements to your home or business can be a big investment. When you’re investing in a source of energy to support your needs, it’s important to take multiple factors into account.

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Your Guide to Choosing the Right Solar Installer

Posted on July 31, 2020, by All Energy

Finding the right solar company to install solar panels on your roof or on your property can be a bit intimidating. By now, you’ve taken into consideration your energy needs and have conducted a home audit. The final step is choosing the right solar installer for your project.

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3 Things You Can Do to Make Sure Your Property is Suitable for Solar Energy

Posted on July 21, 2020, by All Energy

You’ve heard all about the benefits solar energy has to offer and now you're seriously considering making the switch to solar for your property.

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How to Conduct an Energy Audit in 2020

Posted on July 17, 2020, by All Energy

Solar energy is an investment that not only benefits your wallet by reducing your electric bill, it also frees you from the rising cost of electricity. Before making the switch to solar, it’s important to make sure that your home is running as energy-efficient as possible. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you’re prepared for solar.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Solar System With Monitoring

Posted on February 13, 2020, by All Energy

Once your solar system is installed, you’ll want to know how it’s running—and that’s where monitoring comes in. How much energy is the system producing monthly or yearly? Are all of the panels putting out the same amount? Is anything limiting power production? Early identification of problems allows your solar techs to solve them before they result in a significant drop in your energy production.

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Activity Book: The Wonders of Solar Energy

Posted on March 20, 2019, by All Energy

Now you can share the wonders of solar energy with the important children in your life by getting a hold of this printable activity book that is filled with pictures and fun puzzles to solve and enjoy. Have unlimited fun and don't worry about mistakes because this book is re-printable! 

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Infographic: How to Switch Your Business to Solar in 5 Easy Steps

Posted on February 20, 2019, by All Energy

Solar energy is on the rise. Within the U.S. in 2018 alone, a new solar project was installed every 100 seconds. The increase in popularity can be attributed to a number of items. First, consumers are wising-up to the fact that their own solar energy system can release them from the dependence of energy providers (and their incessant rate increases), all while saving them money with no added harm to the environment.

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