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Are you a homeowner considering a solar system for your home?

If so, do NOT transition your home to solar power until you get a copy of the Definitive Guide to Residential solar in the U.S.

I mention in the title that this is an “extremely biased” book review because I am the author of the book. So obviously anything I say about it is going to be biased. I want you to get a copy, not just to benefit yourself, but to teach you how solar power can benefit your family, your community, and the planet.

I also want to spread the message of the book, which is that, if you are not careful… If you do not know the right questions to ask… You could get burned big time in the residential solar industry. But hey, you are already getting burned every month by your utility company so it’s cool, right? Just kidding. But seriously, homeowners can find themselves in a less-than-ideal financial position with generic solar. Here’s what I mean.

A residential solar system is a great way to reduce your energy costs while doing something positive for your community and the planet.

However, when a home solar system is not designed and sold with integrity, it can have a tremendous negative financial impact on the homeowner.

Introducing “The Definitive Guide to Residential Solar in the U.S.”

Click here to get “The Definitive Guide to Residential Solar in the U.S. on Amazon

Throughout the book, you will discover the many ways that homeowners have been taken advantage of by smooth-talking solar sales reps. Only to find out, often many months or years after they signed an ironclad contract, that their home solar system is not producing anywhere close to the amount of energy that they were told it would. Many of these homeowners found themselves having to pay a monthly solar bill on top of an electric bill, that they were told would vanish after installing solar panels. This is the unfortunate reality for thousands of solar pioneers and it is the #1 reason that residential solar deserves the bad reputation it has in many markets across the U.S.

Section 2 of the book breaks down solar policies, net metering policies, solar tax incentives, and solar rights at the state level. This section includes all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. This way, you can simply turn to your state’s solar incentive and policy page to see all of your state’s solar benefits (or lack thereof) at a glance.

Would you like help to distill down some of the complex information surrounding solar, such as…

 

    • Net Metering
    • Solar Batteries
    • Solar Warranties
    • Leasing Vs. Owning
    • Solar Sizing and Pricing
    • The Installation Process
    • Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs)
    • Federal Solar Tax Credits
    • State-Specific Solar Tax Credits
    • State and Federal Solar Tax Exemptions

As well as other ways to maximize your solar savings.

I wrote this book because I saw a serious need for a reference and a guide to residential solar. Something that would simplify some of the complicated issues and distill the many options homeowners have when it comes to transitioning their homes to Solar energy. I’m also hoping that it speeds up the inevitable adoption of solar across the U.S. Solar is big business and therefore you have a lot of options. As the industry expands those options will multiply. Understanding those options will help you make an informed decision about the specific ways Solar can benefit you and your family as well as your community and the world.

Inside the book, on top of getting a snapshot of your state’s solar policies, net metering policies, tax incentives, rebates, solar energy credits, and more, you will discover everything you need to know to make an informed decision about solar. This includes learning the warning signs that your solar sales rep may have no idea what they are talking about. This happens all the time in residential solar, and the individual homeowner is usually the one who gets burned big time.

Introducing: The definitive Guide to Residential Solar in the U.S. <==Click here to check it out on Amazon.com

A residential solar system is a great way to reduce your energy costs while doing something positive for your community and the planet. However, when a home solar system is not designed and sold with integrity, it can have a tremendous negative financial impact on the homeowner.

Throughout The Definitive Guide to Residential Solar in the U.S., you will discover the many ways that homeowners have been taken advantage of by smooth-talking solar sales reps. Only to find out, often many months or years after they signed an ironclad contract, that their home solar system is not producing anywhere close to the amount of energy that they were told it would. Many of these homeowners found themselves having to pay a monthly solar bill on top of an electric bill, that they were told would vanish after installing solar panels. This is the unfortunate reality for thousands of solar pioneers and it is the #1 reason that residential solar deserves the bad reputation it has in many markets across the U.S.