Why Install Solar Panels & Solar Energy Systems on My Home?
Are you feeling the impact of high electricity costs for your home?
- May immediately reduce your electric bills
- Can save thousands of dollars over 25 years
- Make a home improvement that can actually pay for itself
- Can immediately increase your home’s resale value
The sun's rays hit your solar panels and generate DC electricity
An inverter changes this DC electricity to AC and it's ready for use in your home
Excess Solar Electricity
Anytime you produce more than you use, the excess is shared with your utility
Net Metering Credits
In exchange, your utility gives you a credit to use when the sun is down
You can even go online to track your solar energy production
How much could you save on bills with solar panels for home?
The cost of solar energy has dropped over 80% during the last decade. State and federal incentives can put some of the purchase price right back in your pocket. This means regular working families now go solar every day. Moreover, StraightUp Solar offers financing options that make it even easier.
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Don't Just Take Our Word for It...
StraightUp Solar made the entire process an easy turn-key operation: from getting the building permit, to working with Ameren, to the actual installation, the process was much simpler than I expected, and so far the electricity production has been at or above the “theoretical” capacity on a regular basis. I’ve been very pleased with the system so far.
StraightUp Solar went the extra mile to create a solution that was just perfect for me: maximum energy production, aesthetically pleasing, web-accessible – all at an affordable price.
We decided to go solar because it’s a win/win. We had just moved into a new house and asked ourselves “are there any investments we need to make sooner than later?” We just so happen to have a great roof and clearance, so it made lots of sense.
They kept me informed every step of the way. Even when Ameren was slow getting out to replace my meter StraightUp had told me what to expect and the timeframes involved.