Why EcoSave & Benefits

At EcoSave Solar each customer is highly valued. Our foundation was built on integrity and offering the highest quality solar installations for the best value. It’s our mission to be the ultimate in whole home and business energy management solutions. Providing high quality smarter products designed to help save you money and be environmentally friendly. It’s an incredible feeling to be able to power your home or business utilizing the sunshine. Environment preservation is a huge passion of ours. It feels good to know your solar system doesn’t emit harmful chemicals or fumes. Clean air should be important to all of us. Humans breath over 3000 gallons of air every single day. Solar is part of the solution to make sure our children and family have cleaner air to breath. This ultimately comes down to protecting family and the pocketbook. When you spend your hard-earned money with the energy companies every month. You never actually get anything for it beyond the temporary use of electricity. It doesn’t have to be that way.

The good you'll be doing

Main Factors to Know You
Have Optimal Roof for Solar

You are a Homeowner

Unless you really love your landlord, solar panels are primarily for homeowners or commercial owners.

Monthly utility bill is over $125

If you are spending under $125/mo on electricity, congratulations--you have some of the cheapest energy costs in the country. Although installing solar panels will be a huge help to the environment and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, it may not provide the same large savings that some homeowners are seeing with solar. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get a quote: if you care about your energy independence and freedom from rising energy costs then solar is definitely the solution.

Do You Have Optimal Roof for Solar

  • Roof is south facing
  • Minimal shading
  • Clean roof with good surface area

How Does Solar Work?

Solar electric systems, or photovoltaic (PV) systems, are elegantly simple. The PV cells capture the sun's particles of energy (photons) and converts them into electrons to create direct current (DC) electricity. The DC current travels from the PV cells into an inverter, which converts them into alternating current, or AC power--the same kind of power you buy from your utility provider. On a basic level that is it--Sun > PV cells > Inverter > You.

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