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Go Solar, Simply

Solar energy, whether for your home, business, or farm, is a great way to reduce your tax liability and your electricity costs. Going solar can be a big decision, but it doesn’t have to be a hard one. Take the first of three steps today to get what you need to know to make the right decision.

 

Step One: Get Your Free Solar Quote

After a custom evaluation, we’ll create a personalized quote tailored to your goals. It will give you all you need to know to make the decision on whether or not solar is right for you: the cost, electricity production, environmental impact, cash flow, payback, and ROI. Request yours today!

 

Step Two: Paperwork and Construction

If you decide solar is right for you, you’ll sign the contract and we’ll start doing our stuff! Paradise Energy will take care of all the paperwork and permits, and your project will start and proceed with no disruptions. Depending on your system’s size, construction could take a few days or a few weeks.

 

Step Three: Enjoy Your Free Electricity

Once your project is installed, you can sit back and relax as your panels do the work by reducing your electricity bill. And with our Triple Ten Guarantee, you can rest assured your system will produce what we say it will, or we’ll write you a check for the difference!

Rick Tull took his Seaford, DE accounting firm solar.

With favorable state and federal tax incentives and grants, Rick’s system pays for itself in under six years, leaving over 24 years of free electricity. 

 

 

“Once I gave them all the initial paperwork, I didn’t really have to do anything. The system is producing what they said it would, plus some. The results have been favorable for us.”

 

 

 

 

Request Your Free Solar Quote

  • With a quote, you’ll know:

    What size solar system you need

    Your monthly savings and power production estimates

    And the next steps for installing your solar system.

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