Solving Solar has launched a new and innovative solar panel quote marketplace that seeks to help homeowners across the United States reduce their carbon footprint one solar panel at a time.
Solar panels, also known as solar photovoltaic panels, transform sunlight into usable energy by converting the light into an electric field that then flows into a conductive wire.
The conductive wire flows into the inverter, which then transforms the electricity to an alternating current which can then be used to power a property.
Solving Solar leads the charge in pairing homeowners with qualified local solar panel installers near them to help simplify the process of installing solar panels.
Solving Solar does this by pulling from its large network of solar panel installers across the United States.
“What our team of experts does is it takes the headache out of selecting a solar installer. We gather some basic information about your property and then match you with top-rated solar installers near you that best match your project,” a representative of the company said in a statement.
Solving Solar marketplace enables homeowners to quickly get no-obligation solar panel quotes online from trusted installers near them to get the best possible deal on solar panel installation.
Homeowners who have questions about solar panel companies, solar panel brands, solar panel pricing, and solar panel financing, among other things, may reach out and speak to one of Solving Solar’s experts.
Solving Solar stressed that many homeowners don’t know that they can save an average of $9000 or more by utilizing the federal solar tax credit.
“The federal residential solar energy credit can be claimed on federal income taxes for a percentage of the cost of your solar photovoltaic system,” the representative says.
Homeowners can receive a 26% federal tax credit when they install solar panels before January 2023.
Those looking to invest in solar panels for their property may visit the Solving Solar website for more information. They can browse its library of free solar panel resources to help them make an informed decision.