Benefits of Solar
1 – Huge Savings in your Utility Bills…Fast
50-80% of our average electric bill can be cooling or heating our homes. Imagine if you are controlling the temperature of your home with little or no cost? Yes, when you run your Air Conditioning system on solar, your electric bill drops significantly. The energy is coming from the sun…not the grid.

2 – Tax Credits of 30-40% are Real
The Federal Government (also known as ITC) has allowed qualified homeowners to use up to 30% of the cost of their solar system as a Tax Credit. This does not include state or local tax incentives for solar, which means that homeowners can enjoy total tax credits of 30-40%.
3 – Increase your Home’s Value
When you purchase a new Solar AC System for your home, you now added big value to your property. Mike Orr, housing analyst for Arizona State University found that homes with solar sell for a premium. Not that you would want to sell, but if you needed too, solar can help you get more for your home!
4 – Zero Down
Most of our partners are using the best finance options in the US that offer ZERO DOWN financing for those that qualify. This means you can get the latest Solar and Battery tech on your home, produce & store your own energy, increase your home’s value, get a huge tax credit, all for nothing out of pocket!
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Although we can install the very best panels on your roof which will have great benefits, SkyPro Solar can also professionally install a hybrid” system in your home consisting of state-of-the-art panels and batteries. Instead of only relying on panels to generate energy which is sent back to the grid, these new systems use the panels to charge the batteries, which in turn are used to power your home.

The Tax Credits, and why Zero Out of Pocket Costs are real!

The federal ITC was originally established by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and was set to expire at the end of 2007. A series of extensions pushed the expiration date back to the end of 2016, but experts believed that an additional five-year extension would bring the solar industry to its full maturity. Thanks to the spending bill that Congress passed in late December 2015, the tax credit is now available to homeowners in some form through 2021. Here are some of the details:

  • 2016 – 2019: The tax credit remains at 30 percent of the cost of the system. This means that in 2017, you can still get a major discounted price for your solar panel system.
  • 2020: Owners of new residential and commercial solar can deduct 26 percent of the cost of the system from their taxes.

With these large tax credits, homeowners are given a big incentive to rely less on their utility company and more on natural resources. Click here for more information on federal Tax Credits. These are just the Federal Tax Credits, most states offer their own tax credit as well.

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