Precision Energy Services understandS you likely have questions as you navigate A potential switch to solar. If you don't see what you are looking for here, reach out to us and we will be happy to answer any other questions you may have.
How much does a solar installation cost?
Surely one of your first and most important questions. However, the answer depends on a number of factors including:
- The size of your installation
- The location of your property
- Whether you qualify for Solar Incentives
- Whether you pursue outright ownership versus a solar lease or a power purchase agreement.
By requesting a free solar estimate, you can receive an on-site inspection and detailed proposal that answers all of your questions. These solar quotes are 100% free of charge and carry no obligation to buy.
How much does a solar estimate cost?
At Precision Energy Services you pay absolutely nothing to receive a free estimate of your property. After requesting a solar quote, our team will provide you with a no-obligation, on-site analysis of your home or business.
Thereafter, you’ll receive a detailed report that outlines:
- Solar installation costs
- Payback periods and ROIs
- Electricity bill savings
- Financing options
- Relevant incentives, credits and grants
With this solar quote, you can determine whether or not installing photovoltaic (PV) panels makes good financial sense for you and your budget. Simply use the form located here to request your free solar quote today.
How large of a solar PV system do I need?
Solar technology is scalable, meaning you can add as many panels as you want. And thus, the advantages of solar energy (i.e. electricity bill savings, property value increases) depend on how large of a system you install.
Perhaps a better question is, how low do you want your electricity bill to go?
It takes some time to find the perfect balance between optimal system size and cost. But our team can help you find that balance – 100% free of charge. Simply request a free solar quote, and you’ll receive a detailed proposal that outlines the best solar PV configuration for your property and electricity needs.
What incentives are available for my solar installation?
Thanks to federal, state, and local incentives, affordable solar can be within easy reach of millions of Americans. You no longer have to take out a second mortgage just to outfit your home or business with solar photovoltaic (PV) technology.
However, which incentives you qualify for depends on your home state and the size of your installation. Iowa offers several grants, credits, and programs to make solar affordable.
By requesting a free solar quote today, Precision Energy Services can help you isolate and apply for the most relevant solar incentives for your property and location. We will even process the paperwork for you!
Is my property suitable for a solar installation?
Every property is unique, and we can’t give you a definite answer without sending our design team to assess your home or business (free of charge).
If your property receives even partial sunlight, there’s a good chance that installing a solar photovoltaic (PV) system makes good financial sense.
Fortunately, it costs you nothing to find out how suitable your home or business is. By requesting a free solar energy quote, you can learn – in advance:
- How much your system will cost
- How much lower your electricity bill will go
- How soon your solar investment pays for itself
How long with my solar installation last?
Most systems come with 25-year warranties. This is the industry standard, and you shouldn’t consider any panels with warranties less than this minimum threshold. Precision also completely backs it's workmanship for five years.
With regular upkeep and maintenance, a well-installed system can continue generating clean, free energy for 30 or even 40 years.
Imagine paying 25%, 50%, or even 100% less for electricity over the next several decades.
For more information about solar installation longevity (and electricity bill savings), request a free solar quote today from our dedicated team at Precision Energy Services.
What happens when it rains, snows and when it is overcast or cloudy?
Even on cloudy days, your panels continue to generate energy (just ask anyone who has ever gotten sunburned on an overcast day).
For off-grid energy use, you have the option to store excess solar energy in batteries. When the sun goes down, you have the option to use these batteries to power your nighttime electricity needs or reduce demand charges on your utility bill.