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Colorado Loves Solar Power
Many nonprofits have become invested in providing financial support to homeowners looking to switch to renewable energy in Colorado. As we went over earlier, Colorado also has a law that excuses homeowners from having to pay local property taxes on their system, which means you can increase the value of your home without paying additional taxes to do so. The state offers a net metering program that can save you money by getting credit for the extra energy that your system produces. Any surplus of power accrued from their monthly bill can be rolled over to next month or they can wait until the end of their annual billing cycle to sell the electricity back to the utility provider or roll that power over at the end of the year.
Mae and Lee - Virginia
Mae and Lee, a couple from VA saved $7,665 by taking advantage of the federal solar tax credit when they purchased their solar system in 2020
Cost of Solar in Colorado
Solar Installation Process in Colorado
The cost of each solar energy system is different for everyone. Many different variables will determine the exact cost of materials, installation, and labor for your solar energy system. The size of your home, type and size of your roof, energy consumption, the amount of panels, cost of permitting, and federal, state, and local incentives will all have an impact on the final true cost. The only way to know exactly how much solar will cost for your home is by contacting us to receive consultation by a solar expert. We know it can be helpful to get an idea of the regional data, though: According to SolarReviews, as of 2021, the average cost to install a residential solar energy system in Colorado ranged from $9,750 – $11,917 after solar tax credits. Many customers have been able to save money by going solar because of the current low financing rates. If you’ve got a credit score over 650 and a household income over $40,000 annually, then you have a great chance to qualify for solar financing in Colorado. When you work with Noble Solar, we’ll include the cost of labor in our initial quote to make the breakdown as simple as possible.
The installation process for those living in Colorado is the same as it would be in any other state. And, since Colorado offers an amazing net metering program, many homeowners choose to stay connected to the grid so that they can benefit from the potential savings of net metering. Solar can be installed year round in Colorado but we recommend a winter or spring installation date because it ensures that your system will be up and ready to go by the time summer comes around.The installation process usually takes less than a day to complete depending on the size of your system.
Schedule your Colorado Solar Power Consultation
Making the switch to solar in Colorado is as easy as scheduling a free, 5-minute initial phone consultation with our team of specialists to make sure that solar is a good fit for you and your home. We’ll ask you some basic questions about your current electricity consumption, your roof, any possible tree shading, why you’re interested in solar, answer any of your questions, and address any concerns you may have. We’ll also go through the different tax credits and rebates available so you have a chance to see what kind of savings you will be eligible for. Next, we’ll set up an in-home or virtual (Zoom or Skype) appointment to perform a more in-depth evaluation of your home and go over equipment, costs, logistics, and next steps.
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