WILL MY UTILITY COMPANY PAY FOR EXCESS SOLAR PRODUCTION?

Every utility company credits solar energy differently. In Texas' deregulated market, 85% of consumers across the state can pick their retail electric provider (TXU, Reliant, Green Mountain Energy, etc). Make sure you get clarity from yoursales consultant on how your utility provider reports net-metering and if they offer a buyback plan, and whether that buyback

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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF GOING SOLAR?

Lowers or eliminate your electric bill, protects against increasing electric rates, increases the value of your home (100% tax exempt), low risk/long-term investment, self-sufficient and energy independence, help the planet.

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WHAT ABOUT HAIL AND OTHER EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS?

Solar panels are designed to withstand hail up to 1' at 52 mph. it can withstand wind and snow loads up to 5400 Pa. There are drainage systems at the corners of the frame, which ensures reliable water drainage on the module glass. The Solar modules that we use at Good Faith Energy are incredibly

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WHAT IF MY HOUSE IS SURROUNDED BY TREES?

Solar panels are more efficient when they have direct access to the sunlight, sometimes trees can block sunlight from hitting your solar panels, which could reduce their performance. In this case our team could suggest trimming some branches to allow a better design and energy production.

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HOW MUCH DOES SOLAR COST?

The cost varies depending on your roof location and energy consumption needs. The average price per watt for solar panel is $2.75. A medium size home with a full solar panel system could cost between $12,000 and $40,000. Federal solar tax credit deducts your cost by 26% bringing the total price down.

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