We know you have a million questions:
We know this because we are asked these questions every single day. It is our objective to make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision.
We are a bunch of solar experts working to transition our communities to renewable energy for a better future for everybody. StraightUp Solar is the most experienced turn-key solar installation company serving Missouri and Illinois. Founded in 2006, we have installed over 2,500 solar projects. Customers throughout Missouri and Illinois trust us to handle the entire solar project from start to finish: including engineering, procurement, construction, installation, and service.
The short answer is yes, solar is now more affordable than ever.
Depending on whether you live in Missouri or Illinois, incentives can differ. Ameren Missouri offers a solar rebate for Missouri customers, and Illinois has a Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program that brings significant savings.
This federal dollar-for-dollar credit against your tax liability will take 30% off the total cost of your solar installation.
We offer financing through Clean Energy Credit Union, which can help you go solar for only $500 as a down payment. It can be easily built into the proposal we create for you and the process is fully integrated with ours to make financing easy.
Generally monthly payments for your solar array are at or less than your electric bill cost, so for a while you are swapping bills, but then it pays itself off. Every array’s payback period is different, but our team can calculate it for you.
If you are interested in seeing how the cash flow could look for your array, reach out for a free assessment.
https://youtu.be/G3BkqE_oJeM Cameron McCurdy, owner of ProTek Communications, explains why he chose StraightUp Solar to install a solar energy system at multiple business locations. When it
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