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Update: Solar Tax Credit Downgrades At End Of 2019 - Last Chance For 30% Tax Write-Off
Recently, everybody seems to be asking about the no cost solar option changing at the end of 2019.
With some many homes cutting their electricity bill in your state, aren't you asking yourself why you can't?
Homeowners interested in installing solar at $0 down, should keep reading...
Solar Energy Industry Is Booming
Are you tired of your family always turning up the AC?
Doesn't your home already cost you enough money?
Over 2 million homeowners probably thought the same thing and did something about it.
Your utility bill could be costing you over $3,200/year, wouldn't you like to run your appliances and not pay extra?
That's why nearly 2 Million American Homeowners have already installed solar panels. And in some states, homeowners are collecting yearly savings of well over $1,500 / Year.
Click Learn More and find out how much savings your home could qualify for.
If you want to drop your monthly utility bill, and plan for the future, this is what you need to know about going solar.
How Does It Work?
The federal solar tax credit, also known as the Investment Tax Credit, allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of installing solar, from your taxes. This applies to residential homes, and there is no cap on the size of the system! When you buy solar, you automatically qualify for this program.
However, many homeowners are even electing to go solar at $0 Down with a Solar Lease (PPA) - and they are using energy savings to lower their bill and pay for the panels at the same time. Check here if you qualify >>
Solar Panels are much cheaper today than they were 10 years ago, and with a solar tax credit, installers are using the savings to help homeowners qualify for low cost solar options.
By leasing, many homeowners are paying for the cost to install solar, with the energy savings generated by the system.
What Do I Do Next?
Going $0 Down with a lease or buying a solar energy system is an important decision.
When you use Ask Solar's Free Report, you calculate your home's estimated savings by going solar.
Using modern mapping technology and comparing providers and rates in your area, Ask Solar makes a best estimate at how much energy and savings your home is likely to make.
So before you ever sign any papers or talk to an expert, you have a strong idea of what a solar panel installation is worth to your home and your finances.
Go on. Quit paying DOUBLE your utility bill! The Power Companies do not need the money. But $1,500 or even $2,220 per year in your wallet: could be that trip you've wanted to do all year!
How Do I Find Out If I Qualify?
- 1. Give your honest answers in this 2 minute survey
- 2. Once you go through a few questions, see how much savings you may qualify for and speak with an expert to compare rates: Click Here >>