What to Look For in a Prescott, Arizona Solar Installation Company
If you're considering installing solar in your Prescott home you should look at FOR Energy. We are experts at not only solar but more importantly home energy efficiency. This means we don't just try to sell you solar but we will look at your entire home and see if there are areas that can be improved so that, for example, you don't need as much solar because your home could be made more efficient.
If you would like to speak to find out more you can schedule a free home energy checkup and see how FOR Energy can help you.
Why FOR Energy?
At FOR Energy we strive to make every interaction you have with our company the best it can be. We have a proven 9 step Solar Installation process that has helped us build a great reputation wherever we work.
It's Our Driving Motivation
When we founded FOR Energy, we wanted to make a brighter future for our community.
Over 12 Years Experience
When you work with us you will know that we have helped thousands of other homeowners and have come across just about every situation you can think of.
We pride ourselves on making sure every customer has a 5 star experience. We have over 700 5 star reviews on Google, Facebook, Angie's List, BBB, Solar Reviews and Yelp
Award Winning Service
You can expect great service and products when you work with us. We have been recognized in the Inc 5000, Qualified Remodeler and NextDoor for our excellence.
Why Choose Solar
Are you considering adding a house battery and solar panels? Rooftop solar panels and home batteries are now more readily available, affordable, durable, and effective than ever. We've compiled the top five advantages of solar energy.
Gives you control over your electricity
Home batteries and solar panels can provide independence from utility providers with predictable electric costs. This saves you money on peak electricity prices and offers dependable backup power in the event of grid failure.
Provides clean, renewable energy
Solar energy generated at home is clean, renewable, and emission-free. Home solar energy doesn't emit dangerous pollutants or greenhouse gas emissions, such carbon dioxide, into the air or water supply, unlike fossil fuels like coal and natural gas.
Increases home value
The increase in property value is another benefit of residential solar and batteries. Solar panels typically increase a home's value by 4.1% nationwide. This implies that a home with a $500,000 value might increase by $20,500.
Recent studies indicate an average gain in resale value between $4,020 and $5,911 for each kilowatt of solar panels installed. Exact figures vary depending on the installation and property.
Qualifies for tax breaks and cash incentives
Many people opt to purchase solar panels and batteries from a third party, which entitles them to enjoy the system's advantages for just a small monthly fee. Some people opt to purchase their systems entirely, though. Solar panels typically cost between $16,200 to $21,420.9. Depending on where you live, you may even be able to pay off your solar PV system sooner than you think thanks to local subsidies, net metering, the federal solar tax credit, and other incentives.
Our Proven Solar Installation Process
Our customers love our proven solar install process
Meet with one of our Solar Design Consultants and determine the best setup for your situation.
Project Kickoff and communication setup. We will strive to keep you updated on the progress of your project throughout the process. It starts here.
Site Survey. Our surveyor will measure all roof surfaces, check for roof integrity, map vents, measure sun hours and verify our initial design plans. This helps us to determine the most efficient solar panel layout for your home.
Design Plans. Our engineering department will use the results from the site surveyor's reports to create your project's plans. These plans will be submitted for your review.
Permitting. We work to ensure a smooth permitting process by coordinating with your local jurisdiction and filing all the necessary paperwork.
Utility Approval. In addition to your AHJ approving your project, your utility company will also need to approve it. We take care of every step of the process until approval.
Installation. The installation date is the date when the system will be installed. This is typically after utility approval. We will call to confirm this date.
Final Inspection. The final inspection by your local AHJ is the one of the last steps in your solar project. This inspection verifies that the installation meets all safety and code requirements. Once the inspection is complete, your solar project will be almost ready to go!
Permission to Operate. After one last inspection by your utility, you will be given the PTO (Permission to Operate) for your system.