True Solar Library

The True Solar Library is a comprehensive video series designed to help homeowners make informed decisions about installing solar panels on their homes. This library is an excellent resource for those who are new to solar energy and want to learn more about the benefits, costs, and installation process.

The videos cover a wide range of topics that customers frequently search for when considering solar energy, including how solar panels work, how to choose the right solar panel system for your home, and the financial incentives available for solar energy installation. Each video is presented in an easy-to-understand format and is led by experienced professionals in the solar industry who can provide valuable insights and advice.

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The Cost of Doing Nothing

The “cost of doing nothing” regarding solar energy means you may pay high electricity bills and harm the environment. By installing solar panels, you could save money and reduce reliance on the grid, as well as contribute to the use of renewable energy sources. Plus, there are often financial incentives available to offset installation costs. Not switching to solar energy means missing out on these benefits.

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Solar Inverters Explained

Solar inverters are a crucial component of any solar energy system. Their job is to convert the DC (direct current) electricity generated by the solar panels into AC (alternating current) electricity that can be used in your home or sent back to the grid. Overall, the type of solar inverter you choose will depend on your specific needs and preferences. At True Solar, we can help you determine which type of inverter is best for your home and install it as part of your solar energy system.

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Understanding Net Metering

Solar net metering is a program that allows homeowners with solar panels to earn credits for any excess electricity generated by their solar panels and sent back to the grid. These credits can then be used to offset the cost of electricity the homeowner uses from the grid when their solar panels are not generating enough electricity, such as at night or on cloudy days.

If you’re considering solar energy for your home, be sure to check with your utility company to see if net metering is available in your area.

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The Truth About Subcontractors

The solar industry often relies on subcontractors for installation. While subcontractors can bring expertise and flexibility to a project, there are also some potential drawbacks that customers should be aware of.

At True Solar, we take pride in being a full-service solar installation company, meaning we do all our own work. If you’re considering solar energy for your home, we encourage you to work with a company like True Solar that does not rely on subcontractors. By doing so, you can ensure that your installation is completed with the highest level of quality, safety, and accountability.

Within our guide book, you’ll find insightful answers to commonly asked solar questions, detailed explanations of how solar energy works, and specific reasons why True Solar is the top choice for all your solar installation needs. Best of all, our guide book is completely free to all who are interested in learning more about this innovative and sustainable energy source.