Solar Panels Cape Coral
Homeowners in Cape Coral who want to save money on electric bills, this is for you. Florida has been dubbed the Sunshine State for a reason. We are number three on the list of best solar states, topped only by California and Texas.
The average electrical consumer in Florida spends $211 per month on electricity. That comes out to a whopping $2,532 per year, according to Energysage. We also get 237 days of sunshine per year according to onlyinyourstate.com.
With all this in mind, it’s easy to understand why solar panels are such a great investment in Florida.
When you consider the recent reduction in the cost of solar panels, combined with the economic incentives recently passed in the Inflation Reduction Act, it’s easy to understand why there has never been a better time to go solar.
You won’t find a more efficient solar panel installer within the Cape Coral community. David and his team have been installing solar arrays for over 12 years and the demand for their services continues to grow.
If you have been thinking about whether or not installing solar on your home would be a wise investment, you owe it to yourself to speak with a representative at Custom Solar & Electric.
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The Solar Installation Process
WE WOULD LOVE TO GIVE YOU A FREE ESTIMATE ON WHAT IT WOULD COST TO INSTALL SOLAR PANELS ON YOUR CAPE CORAL HOME.
OUR 100% QUALITY PLEDGE
At Custom Solar & Electric, LLC we want you to have a five-star experience. As our client, we will not stop working for you until the job is done.
All of our solar installers are not only friendly but also highly qualified and NICEIC Approved.
We offer 100% FREE and no-obligation estimates for all the solar panels Cape Coral residents have been asking for, so there’s no need for you to worry.
Some of Our Happy Clients
“David Keljik is a solar energy specialist with Custom Solar & Electric. He is extremely knowledgeable and conscientious . He has always been professional, helpful & a hard worker. He is responsive to concerns and he goes above and beyond to identify issues.”
How Solar Works
The process of going solar in Cape Coral
The city of Cape Coral requires permitting for your solar installation to take place. But not to worry, Custom Solar and Electric has got you covered.
There are seven steps to Going Solar in Cape Coral:
Step 1: Sign the contract
Step 2: Financing requirements (if any)
Step 3: Engineering – Send all designs and specifications to the engineer for final design. PE Stamps Structural & Electrical. VARIABLES: The engineers backlog can effect this timeframe
Step 4: Permitting – Apply for the permit with the proper municipality. VARIABLES: Each municipality has their own procedures and timeframe. We have no control over the length of time this takes. It can take from 1 week – 2 months.
Step 5: Schedule & Install – Once we have the permit in hand we will start the process of scheduling and installing your system. Variables: Other jobs in the schedule, material availability, weather.
Step 6: Final Inspection – We call in the inspections ASAP, timing is up to them
Step 7: Interconnection – This is the connection to the utility. They can take anywhere from 10-45 days
Solar Tax Credit
The solar panels Cape Coral taxpayers are looking for just became even more affordable. The Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law in August of 2022. This congressional act extends the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) until 2032.
What this means is that if you install a photovoltaic energy system before the year 2032, you will receive a 30% tax credit for the total amount of the project.
This tax credit effectively reduces the cost of an average solar energy system by about $7,500 according to energy.gov. While this is not the same as cash, it is fairly close.
How does a tax credit work?
If the tax credit you receive is $7,500, what this means is that you can reduce the amount of taxes you must pay by that same amount. If you owe less than $7,500 for the year your solar energy system is installed, you can carry the remainder through to the next year.
Solar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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100% Financing Available
Yes, you heard that correctly.
We have 100% financing available for your residential solar project. With no money down and nothing out of pocket, you can start saving on your energy bills from day one.
We have a team of experienced solar professionals that will work with you from start to finish to make sure your project is done right.
We are a full-service solar company, which means we handle everything from the initial consultation to the final installation. We will work with you to find the best financing option and make sure that your solar panels are installed flawlessly.
If you are interested in learning more about our residential solar financing options, please contact us today. We would be happy to answer any questions you have and help you get started on your project.
Decrease Your Bills While You Increase Your Home’s Value
Almost sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?
Believe us, it’s not.
Electricity in Cape Coral
Lee County Electric Cooperative (LCEC) is the primary electrical and utility supplier for homeowners in Cape Coral.
According to Energy Sage, the average cost of electricity bills for a Cape Coral homeowner is about $301 a month, or $3,612 per year.
Finding the best solar panel installer can significantly bring down your high utility bills.
At Custom Solar & Electric, we’ve been helping Cape Coral local homeowners bring down their electric bills since 2015.
We’re also very proud of our home state and the fact that the work we do helps preserve the natural beauty and wonder of the Sunshine State.
How much will a solar panel install cost in Cape Coral?
The cost of your specific install will depend on a variety of factors, including the size of your property, the amount of sun exposure your property gets, the type of solar panels you choose, and any available tax credits or incentives.
To find out how much an install would cost for your home, contact Custom Solar & Electric, LLC today.