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How Solar Works

How Solar Energy Works?

When making the commitment to install a solar power system on your property, you may want to know how you’ll be generating clean electricity:

- Sunlight hits your solar panels and creates energy.

- The energy is converted into electricity.

- The electricity is used as needed and excess power is sent back to your bidirectional meter.

- Excess power is sent from your meter to the utility grid and builds a “bank” of credits.

- Your utility company provides electricity at night after your “bank” of credits are used.

Reduce or even eliminate your electricity bills.
How You Save

When you pre-qualify for a free, in-home consultation, an experienced solar specialist will review your electricity usage with you. If you have a high electricity bill and your roof receives a lot of sunlight, you’re already a great candidate for meaningful monthly savings.

Your savings are determined by several factors, including:

Electricity usage

Electricity cost

Roof space

Shading on your roof & property

Roof position & tilt

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How You Qualify

When you go solar, you get more than savings — you get peace of mind. Qualification and savings are determined by multiple factors, including:

Owning your home

Electricity usage & cost

Age & condition of your roof

Roof space

Shading on your roof & property

Roof position & tilt

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What to Expect During the Solar Process

Pre-Qualification

Free, No-Obligation Consultation

Solar Program Enrollment

Site Assessment, Design, Permitting & Installation

Final Inspection & Activation

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much will my utility bill be?
Your solar provider cannot guarantee what your bill from the utility company will be after going solar. The bill will depend on the amount of energy you use from the grid after your solar production is subtracted, which was presented to you as an estimate based on your usage from the previous year. It does not factor in any adjustments in future energy usage, like installing a pool or a hot tub on your property.
Will I receive a bill from both the utility company and my solar provider?
Yes. You will continue receiving a bill from your utility company for basic service and any power needs not supplied by your solar system. You will receive a separate bill for your solar service agreement.
What happens to my system generation at night or when it's cloudy?
When the sun goes down, any extra energy you produce during the day is pushed back into the grid, offsetting your energy use at night or when it’s cloudy. During the sunny summer months your system will produce the most energy, so the credits you’ve earned during those days of overproduction will be helpful during winter months when the days are shorter.
How will I know if my system is working properly?
We offer complimentary maintenance and monitoring so that we can identify issues and fix them accordingly is provided as part of many of our programs. We also offer real-time monitoring software to all of our customers that will allow you to track your energy usage from your smartphone or computer, so you’ll know if you are not producing as much as you should be.
What does the warranty cover?
A warranty that covers the solar generating equipment (panels and inverters) for the life of the service contract is provided as part of many of our programs. These programs provide “worry-free” maintenance because it’s taken care of at no cost to you.
What happens if the solar service agreement outlives me?
In the event of your passing, your heirs will be able to experience solar savings by simply continuing to make your monthly payments. If they sell the home, they can transfer the solar agreement to the homebuyer.
What if I sell my home prior to the end of the solar service agreement?
If you sell your home, you can transfer your solar agreement to the new homeowner pursuant to the terms of your solar service agreement. The process is very easy and offers electricity savings, which is a great selling point when your home is on the market. The Quality Solar of America Customer Experience team will walk you through the entire process, but it’s important that you contact us by email at info@qualitysolarofamerica.com or by phone at 877-840-4883 as soon as you decide to sell your home.
Why are agreements 20-25 years in duration?
The reason for a 20 or 25-year term is to keep your rate per kWh as low as possible. Your solar savings are either locked in or predictable so that you can enjoy peace of mind for years to come.